Most were made in red and blue, but about 20 were shipped in grey.
In ’65 Hagstrom shipped 500 Futurama basses to the U.
The third and fourth buttons were filters designed “…to be adjusted to match input of connected amplifier.” A long bar that ran all across the bottom of both pickups appeared to be a fingerrest.
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Joining the Impala and Corvette in ’63 was the Coronado 1 bass.
These were essentially the same, with a slightly rounder headstock and two rectangular Bi-Sonic pickups with eight poles each on metal surrounds. The jack was still incorporated into the pickguard design, which was attached, by the way, with noticeably large screws. There were four black pushbuttons, one for the neck pickup, the second for the bridge, and both could be pushed in for both pickups.
K., with logs noting they, too, were “new.” Between ’64 and ’66 another 2,425 Kent I B basses were made – again most likely a name change.
Then in ’65-’66 the name was changed again to Hagstrom I B, and 3,314 were made.
In late ’31/early ’32, Hagstrom set up his own factory and began manufacturing Hagstrom-brand accordions. Also in ’62 Hagstrom dropped the sparkle guitars in favor of the new vinyl-covered Kents (Futurama in the U.