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Have you heard of Englishman Doni Latchford? Doni is the world’s premier sci-fi guitar builder and his custom guitars stray from the ordinary especially his latest creation in the form of the Millennium Falcon Bass Guitar. If you are a big Star Wars fan, you might know of Millennium Falcon and fall in love with his Star Wars versions of guitars that feature this awesome shell.

millennium falcon bass guitar

Doni uses a shell of a Millennium Falcon, a spaceship in the Star Wars universe that can usually fire laser cannons and concussion missiles. Luckily, this guitar does not fire any of these. It just looks awesome.

Even if the price of this lovely guitar is pretty high ($945 – $1,325) and the wait time after you order it is 6 up to 10 weeks… Once you get it, you will be one of the few people in the cosmos to have and own a fully functional P Bass-style guitar, featuring the look of a great Millennium Falcon.

Doni is that awesome that he can finish off your custom guitar with an image of your favorite Star Wars character adorning the headstock. Just imagine all of the possibilities, maybe you come up with a great idea which is going to make Doni want to make it faster!

The details and hard work are surely seen once the guitar arrives. Every single part of this guitar is fully handmade and creates a great sound for a custom guitar.

millennium falcon bass guitar

Doni claims: ” the 4-string bass produces a wonderful tone and with a half decent amp, you could amaze everyone by conquering all manner of riffs in less than 12 parsecs!”. And really, this 4-string bass really does the perfect job producing a wonderful tone! You can see the guitar in action in the video below.

If you have decided to order The Millennium Falcon Bass Guitar for yourself or someone close to you, be patient and see how well it pays out. Doni will be in touch with you during the build process to let you know how is his work around your guitar going, which is awesome!

Which song would you play first if you had this great guitar? What do you think of Doni’s work so far?

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