1 DCBirdMan 1 month ago For DORKS only. Well time expand the ultra short scale collection of basses. I do enough that one isn't enoug -- like if there were damage or loss, I'd be stuck. So enter #2 of the 4 ultra -- short scale basses I am aware of (not including those Modern World rubber string things, or the only new contender that matters, the Eastwood Pocket bass which they reissued at 26" scale from the original 24 3/4". 1) Of course is the coll 24 3/4" 1965 National Map bass -- the dramatic rescue detailed here last month.** 2) Seen here, the Mosrite Celebrity hollowbody bass at 25" scale. Needs setup and cleaning and missing bridge cover and original Duck Feet tuners. Original case but missing handle. Decent deal but not a giveaway The others I know about 3) 24" scale Kay Value Leader -- just waiting for a good later era one when they got the adjustable neck rod. Kool maple neck! 4) Early Carvins @ 25,5 scale. These were Hofner necks! ** The Supro Pocket bass doesn't count as it is the same as the Map bass except for the body. Neck/electronics are the same.