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Washburn T24 Taurus Neck-Thru Electric Bass Guitar
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The Washburn T24 bass is completely pro in every way, crafted using fine tonewoods, advanced construction techniques, and high-quality components. Th...Click To Read More About This Product
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A landmark achievement in pro-level construction and price.
The Washburn T24 bass is completely pro in every way, crafted using fine tonewoods, advanced construction techniques, and high-quality components. The multi-laminate neck-thru construction features a mahogany body, maple/mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard with offset dot inlays, custom JJ pickups, and Grover bass tuners. Satin finish feels comfortable and fast.
Includes gig bag.
- Neck-thru body construction
- Multi-laminate mahogany and maple neck
- Mahogany body
- Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlay
- Grover bass tuners
- Custom JJ pickups
- Stain finish
Reviewed by 17 customers
I have yet to find a bass that can rival the quality of this piece. When one considers the price of this bass and the feel/response, it simply cannot be beat, the only down fall of this piece is the standard bridge and low end pots/controls, all of which are easy to replace greatly increasing the status of the bass, great guitar, great sound, fast smooth action, much like the peavey cirrus.
Great tone, controls are very definite. Beautiful craftsmanship, this bass looks first class. Thru neck design, you cant go wrong with that sustain... The neck is very fast, its really easy to play well. I paid very little for this bass, and it is at the top of all of the basses I've ever played. You can not get a better deal for the price. Amazing guitar.
Before I was using a Fender Classic American Jazz 4strg Bass and compared to the T24 w/ the trick pick ups it blew it out of the water. This is one of the better ones I have had in a while. Sound quality is popping, although the stock strings were horrible, (just change them....), the overall funk sound is top quality. I personally play Neo Jazz and Rock-Funk (RHCP), and I am fully impressed with this bass, think this one will be a lifer for me.
I played this at a local guitar shop...lots of bang for the buck. Very comparable to Warwick basses in a much higher price range. Good tone, excellent playability. Doesn't quite make me want to put down my Corvette, but it's an excellent intrument.
wow. i got this for my birthday on the 5th, and i love it to death! my parents got an amazing deal on this bass, it looks great, and sounds amazing too. I love the bass and am actually pretty skilled with it. I dont enjoy covers very much, so i play my own bass lines with my brother and two best friends. its all original. but i ramble... so anyway: great bass. buy it. no kidding.
Although I have the 5-string version, this is my first bass that has this feel, super smooth and great for slap bass. The price is unbeatable aswell. It takes a while to get used to it because the stings and frets are close together, but, in the end, it helps with speed. This is a great bass for beginners and experienced players alike.
I may be new to playing bass but i have to say for what I payed for mine, this is a great deal. Good quality neck threw and the all wood just looks BAD ASS.
This bass is excellent. Personally, I think it's worth 2 or 3 times more then what it sells for. It is a 35 inch scale instead of the normal 34, which gives it a bit more low end then you would find on most other basses. With a neck thru on this bass, it might just shake the rafters in your house, I mean it's that good. I am glad I decided to play bass, cause I got a bass that's fun to play. I recomend to anyone, and most types of music.
I've just switched to the Washburn T24 from a Bass Collection and am blown away by this bass. The neck-thru gives the thing amazing sustain while maintaining the thing neck and ease of play I'm used to. The tone is warm and smooth and it easily transitions from blues to pop/slap without nasty peaks. I'm in love!
I am a guitar player who decided to take a crack at bass and even though this bass was cheap, it seemed to have some solid features. I have been playing a T24 in a band for about six months and it has seemed like a quality bass. It is solid and I have only made one adjustment to the action to eliminate a little fret buzz after about three months. It has a nice sound and most people think I paid a lot more for it. There was some spatters on the clear coat on the horn of the body but this is the only defect. Running one pickup up only is a little noisy, but if both are used you get very clean sound. This bass is made in Vietnam and that's why it is cheap, so the features they are selling on this bass are well represented. This would be a great bass to learn on and sounds good enough to do a little gigging with.