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Since the beginning of rock'n'roll, countless keepers of the low end have linked the harmony and rhythm of their group with a white bass. Blink 182's Mark Hoppus, Iron's Maiden's Steve Harris and Dee Dee Ramone are just a few of the many legendary bass players who played white models. Want to add your name to that list of artists? Well you're definitely in the right catalog: this selection of white bass guitars is loaded with models to suit every price range and playing style. Whether you're into funk, punk, metal, pop, blues - you name it, the white bass for you is waiting right here.
As mentioned above, Dee Dee Ramone was a bassist who used a white bass. His instrument of choice? The Fender Precision, and in this section you'll find more than one white Fender Precision model. Need a suggestion? Check out the top-rated Standard Precision Bass Guitar. Featuring an alder body, rosewood fingerboard and a split single-coil pickup, this moderately-priced bass has a punchy tone and easy playability that will impress any blitzkrieg bopper.
Ernie Ball Music Man is another brand that has a sterling reputation for their basses - specifically, their impressive variety of StingRay models. For a versatile powerhouse with solid electronics, feast your eyes on the StingRay HH 4-String Bass. Boasting 2 massive humbucking pickups with 5-way switching and a 3-band active preamp, this bass is a favorite among funksters thanks to its wide variety of tone-shaping capabilities. For bassists who want even more possibilities at their fingertips, Ernie Ball Music Man also offers a 5-string version of the StingRay, so try to spend some time in these pages.
When you get right down to it, the simple look of a white bass will never go out of style just so long as respected brands like Rogue, ESP, G&L and the brands mentioned above continue to deliver the goods. There are simply too many white bass guitars here to name at once - so sit back, relax and enjoy browsing; you'll know the perfect white bass for you when you see it.