Tribal Tech was founded in 1984 by guitarist Scott Henderson and bassist Gary Willis. This leading bass guitarist now even has two signature models of his own at Ibanez: the Ibanez [GWB1005-NTF](http://www.musicallin.nl/ibanez-gwb1005-ntf-gary-willis-signature-5-string) and this one, the Ibanez GWB35-BKF Gary Willis signature! It contains all the specs he expects from a good bass guitar. In addition to Tribal Tech, this man has collaborated with countless other artists. In addition to this premium, however, there is also a cheaper alternative, the
Anyone who knows Gary Willis knows that he is an avid player of fretless basses. How can it be other than that his signature is also a fretless? **About the guitar:** For the body of this bass guitar is made of lime wood. This is a light type of wood, with a very effective resonance. As you know, the guitar doesn't have ferrets. This is a little different to playing than you're used to, but when you're through it it's really fun and challenging! For example, slides are really delicious if you don't have ferrets. This gives you even more freedom in playing the neck. However, even more freedom is given by the fact that he has received 5 strings. It's good, isn't it?
What is also immediately noticeable is that this is a very basic decorated bass. For example, this guitar has only one element, which is not on the neck or bridge position but is simply functional in the middle.
Neck type: 3pc GWB35 Maple neck
Lime wood body
Bridge: B105 bridge (16.5mm space between the strings)