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This affordable axe has a double cutaway body that makes it easy to explore the higher frets of its bolt-on...
A Fender classic from the 70s returns for a well-deserved encore.
Without a doubt, Marcus Miller defined a new groove for bass playing and this instrument is the result of a...
Gibson's all-mahaogany, dual-pickup SG bass from the '70s is back! It has the 30-1/2" short scale of the...
Another stunner from the Spector family, this 4-string bass features a black and blue gloss finish on it's...
Get the look and tone that everyone knows and loves, at an ultra-economical price. Perfect for beginning...
Superb looks, active electronics, and super playability!
Classic vibe with modern refinements.
Priced to easily add a fretless to your arsenal, it has a select hardwood body, maple neck, rosewood...
Totally killer design looks like tomorrow, sounds incredible with its basswood body and dual humbuckers.<br />
Breathtaking to look at, a joy to hear, and a thrill to play.
When you hear a person humming music, what is it that you hear? Commonly, it's the bass line. Something about those low, rhythmic notes really have a big impact, with some of the best examples being "Seven Nation Army" by the White Stripes and "Under Pressure" by Queen. There are countless others you could surely name, but the bottom line is that the bass guitar is a crucial part of modern music and definitely an instrument to be proud of. Fortunately, with dozens of bass guitars for sale here, you're sure to find one that strikes the right chord with you.
There's a lot to be said for tradition when it comes to the bass guitar, and it's a tradition that ultimately goes back to the originals: the Jazz Bass and Precision Bass. With some stellar options available from Fender and Squier, you're in a good place to get started with those iconic bass guitars. On the other hand, if you'd prefer something a bit more unique, you've got no shortage of options. Over the years, the bass guitar market has grown hugely, and there are now a ton of choices ranging from beginner-friendly instruments like Rogue and Dean models all the way to professional masterpieces from luthiers such as Warwick, Schecter and Rickenbacker.
Something else that you might like to consider is taking a cue from the bassists who have inspired you. Music is an art in which there's no shame in having an idol, and with plenty of signature bass guitars available, you can gear yourself up to follow in legendary footsteps. Take the Fender Jaco Pastorius Fretless Jazz Bass Guitar, for instance. Meticulously modelled after Jaco's own instrument, it carries on his spirit with a fretless design that lets you really unleash your creativity on the stage.
All in all, what matters above all is your own style. Whether you choose to emulate a famous bassist with a signature model or forge your own path with something that caters to your personal tastes, it's all good. There's no shortage of bass guitars for sale, just like there's no limit on what you can do to make your new instrument all your own once you have it in your hands.