Flea's own line of bass guitars. Inspired by the look of Modulus basses, and made to be affordable and approachable by beginners. Two models were available, one with a 34" neck and another with a 30" neck. They were available in four color schemes: "Sunny Bass"(yellow/orange), "Water Bass" (orange/blue), "Punk Bass" (pink/green) and "The Wild One" (white/black). These basses were manufactured in China.more
This bass is mostly good for slapping. For normal playing it doesn't sound to bad (sounds a bit to muted/soft). And last but not least: its a great bass for harmonics and it has a great slap sound. If you want to improve the bass you can just put a seymour duncan pickup in it (for normal playing). Standard pickup: EMG-35 soapbar bucker (or something like that).
I bought this in 2012 when I thought I could play slap bass for a band I thought I was in, or, we thought we had formed, rather. Never panned out, fretting was not very good, sold it in 2015.
This bass was all I wanted for a time. When I got it I loved it, and I still do. The slap tone is surely the best out of any of my basses, and when playing finger style it sounds pretty good too