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Dean Edge 5 5-String Bass
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This Edge Series 5-stringer features a basswood body, a nicely balanced and comfortable design, a choice of transparent finishes, multi-ply neck, Dea...Read More
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This Edge Series 5-stringer features a basswood body, a nicely balanced and comfortable design, a choice of transparent finishes, multi-ply neck, Dean Design pickups, and Grover tuners. 35" scale length.
- Basswood body
- Nicely balanced and comfortable design
- Choice of transparent finishes
- Multi-ply neck
- Dean Design pickups
- Grover tuners
Very cool bass for a very accessible price. Order today.
Reviewed by 21 customers
I think that this is one of the best basses out there. For the price, you CANT beat it. I have had this bass for about 7 months. I have it running through an old Crate BXL160 with 2 15s. The lows on the b string are amazing. I would recommend this bass to anyone who likes to play.
I am not the best bassist by far, but I can get great, clear walks out of her, she'll bring the funk when your feeling randy and the rock steady rhythms are tone-tastic running clean right to a decent amp. As with any 5 string, a smaller amp will not accomodate the B string too well, but if you have good gear, you'll love the low tones.
I was very impressed by this bass. A super value and really comfortable. I can say by the other users' comments that they've played it too and are true. the strings are nice and close, the jack wiggles but thats not a big deal, the tone is awesome (preamp and no battery!) and it's easy on the joints. Nice bass for strumming, picking and slapping. try it through 2 15s.
I have been playing bass for over 15 years. I recently picked up the fretless version of this bass, and I am completely impressed. I own several basses, from a classic Ovation Magnum II, to hotrod 80's-90's neck-thru rock/metal machines...and this bass will hold it's own against any of them. I only bought this bass because I got a great price for it (somewhere else), and I'm so glad I did. I would have been happy with the bass, even if I paid the full RETAIL price!!! The active Dean preamp is amazing (straight into the PA), the quality of the neck is 2nd to none, and the PU fader pot (instead of a switch) is genius. I can't comment of the FRETS, but I would imagine they would match the quality of the rest of the instrument.
Great bass,for the money.Excellent neck and action.String spacing a hair too close for me.Great sounding thru amps or P.A..Very quiet pickups (no hum).Very reliable.
I've been playing bass and drum set for about 3 years and I own two basses a Jackson 4-string and the Dean 5-string and I've played many others and I'd have to say that unless your willing to fork out some unreasonable amounts of money, your not going to get anything much better if at all than this.
i played one of these for a long time and its a great bass good feel, nice tone, and has a lot of features, i really like the 24 fret neck. i have a fender and i dont have 24 frets so i like the added range of the dean.
I first heard of Dean when a guy in a music store handed me one to try out. I liked the way it played, and was absolutely floored when the guy told me it was about $200 - I'd figured around $1000.Since then, I've recommended Deans to all my students who want to trade up from a Fender Precision. I have four or five students playing the Edge 5, and several with the Edge 4. They're all delighted.
great sound, great look, great feel.
This bass is great! I have owned it for almost 8 years now and I love it. It gives great sound and it hasn't failed me yet. If you're looking for the right bass. The Dean Edge 5 is what you're looking for.