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Epiphone Embassy Standard V 5-String Bass Guitar
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Gorgeous wood grain distinguishes the swamp ash body. 2 bass humbucker pickups pump out hot bass tone. The Embassy 5-string electric bass is decked o...Click To Read More About This Product
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Gorgeous wood grain distinguishes the swamp ash body. 2 bass humbucker pickups pump out hot bass tone. The Embassy 5-string electric bass is decked out with black hardware. 34" scale, 1-13/20" nut width, bolt-on maple neck, and rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays.
- Swamp ash body
- 2 bass humbucker pickups
- Black hardware
- 34" scale
- 1-13/20" nut width
- Bolt-on maple neck
- Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays
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There are better low priced basses such as Rogue. I spoke with an Epiphone rep and all he could offer for price difference was color. Mysteriously brown stain must cost more than blue or black. Gibsons unfinished guitars are very expensive. If you want an unfinished guitar, go for it. What is worse is the "faded" which is very spattered. That is what this Epiphone finish looks like. Why not put some clear finish on it? Ash has deep course grain. It needs plenty of filler and many coats of clear. If they want to sell it unfinished then don't put any color on any of them. We'll put that on too! These things are imported from Indonesia like many other low priced gems. Why so pricey? Why no clear finish? I'm going for the gorgeous figured maple top of the Rogue LX 405 Pro. Rogues hardware and neck joint look more durable as well.
I bought this bass and it has been doing the job. I play for a large church and all I add to it is a equalizer. The price was also a surprise. It looks and feels expensive. BY changing the strings you can get a even better sound.