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Dean E10APJ Electric Bass Guitar
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The Dean Edge 10 PJ Electric Bass reflects every bit of Dean's 20-plus years of experience in designing bass guitars. It has a light basswood body th...Read More
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The Dean Edge 10 PJ Electric Bass reflects every bit of Dean's 20-plus years of experience in designing bass guitars. It has a light basswood body that is styled and contoured for comfort. The 34" scale maple neck is profiled to be fast playing and sleek feeling. A custom-design neck joint and heel along with an asymmetrical 4-bolt pattern create uninterrupted access all the way up the 2-octave rosewood fretboard. Dean P and J style pickups and active EQ circuitry give you enhanced tonal possibilities and control. Cosmetic touches include chrome hardware, abalone dot fingerboard markers, and a deep gloss finish on this eminently playable electric bass.
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An affordable bass with all the classic tones you've been hearing for years.
- Edge 4-string model
- Basswood body
- 34" scale
- Bolt-on maple neck with a C profile
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 16" radius
- Offset pearl dot inlays
- 22 frets
- 1-1/2" nut
- Die-cast tuners
- Dean P and J style pickups with active EQ
- Volume, volume, tone, tone
- Fixed adjustable bridge
- Black chrome hardware
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Comments about Dean E10APJ Electric Bass Guitar:
I really appreciate the tuning knobs on the stock because they are really easy to handle. I also like the flat neck compared to the squires which are more rounded, the neck allows for my hand to wrap around and fret correctly.
Features the four knobs, high low mid and volume control, these can all be tweaked into the sound you are looking for.
Due to the fact that this is a Dean it has a mor metal tone to it. Though i play mostly punk rock the other starter bass' would not cut it because of what the reviews stated. Most beginner bass' have fret buzz or need new strings, or that the neck isnt curved correctly. This Dean bass had no flaws when it arrived, the string have lasted me quit a while playing the bass every chance i get. though the only thing i had to alter on the bass was the bridge which was to lower the strings closer to the neck so i wouldnt have to press so hard up the neck.
at the price its worth it, just buy a little amp or whatever sound you like and you're set.