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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...Read More
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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
Reviewed by 17 customers
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've now been playing this bass dayly for over two years and I have never been let down. I have friends that complain that its to heavy but guess what? BOO HOO your a bass player bulk up. The only reason I gave the quality 9 out of ten was because the frets seemed to be a little long but I got used to it in a week. The tone is awsome, great slapping and popping, this bass plays like it should cost 1K at least. It's in a class of its own, I LOVE IT! sounds awsome through my ampeg.
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.
This is the best bass iv ever pluged in man it is so awsome i have an ibanez 5 string and an ernie ball 5 string words can't even describe this bass you juat have to play it cheaper than my other ones and a whole lot better sound man im just blown away. you have got to buy it i promise you wont be disapointed i love this bass its my favorite one.
I just purchased this bass for my son. The workmanship on this is superb.Back in the 1960s a bass like this was unthinkable. The tone is good and the action /setup from the factory was very good. Does have a buzz on the low end string. But that can be fixed. All-in-all it's well worth the money. Go look and play a Carvin neckthru. Then try this one out. You will be surprised!!!
I've wanted a 5-string for while, and was buying a guitar yesterday when I saw this get an blow out. needless to say, I took it home.It plays great, although the 5th string is taking some getting used to. I brought it home as tuned at teh store, 5th string high, but lowered the tuning to start with a low B. One of the Grover tuners broke a plastic spacer, then popped the rear cap. Still works, but needs to be replaced. I guess I'll find out how the warranty is! the rear panel is not flush to the feel... raised on one side, and depressed on the other. Not a big deal, but the craftsmanship is not a 10.For the money, no regrets. I think it could actually be a great instrument... I am falling into a groove with it that I haven't found with my Ibanez. I do give the looks a 10!
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.
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 bought a B stock a while back and this bass is awsome. it has a great tone. from the deepest note to the highest it sounds great. great price for the quality. the unique neck-thru design looks killer.