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The Ash body and top deliver a crisp low end, while the mahogany neck offers stability and responsiveness. <br...
A phenomenal value on a sweet-toned, easy-playing bass! A full-sized instrument with 34" scale, the EABC...
Premium wood, craftsmanship, and MIDI-capable electronics land this 5-string bass in a class all its own.
The in sound from down low.
Premium wood, stellar craftsmanship, and MIDI-capable electronics land this bass in a class all its own.
Premium wood, craftsmanship, and MIDI-capable electronics land this 5-string fretless bass in a class all its...
Is there any sound more distinctive, rich and melodic than an acoustic guitar? You’ve been contemplating what kind of instrument to play for a while now and have decided on an acoustic bass guitar. Welcome to the world of beautiful plugged or unplugged music. Now you just have to find the perfect fretted bass guitar for your individual tastes and talents.You may be wondering whether a fretted guitar is important for you. A fret is the raised element on the guitars neck, normally in the form of metal strips on the fingerboard. If you choose a fretted guitar, you may find mastering the intonations of the instrument considerably easier since the frets determine the position for the proper notes. Frets make it more straightforward to play the chords accurately, ensuring more confident, controlled play. There are a few other things to consider as before finding that perfect bass guitar; after all, you’re going to making beautiful music for years to come. First you need to look at different types of tonewood. For example, mahogany sounds warm with a lower register, while the softness of basswood is great for musicians who play a wide range of music. If you’re looking to mix woods, try the cutaway Ovation Elite TX Mid Depth Acoustic-Electric Bass which has a maple neck for faster play and a rosewood fretboard for incredible clarity. Now you need to think about how many strings you need. The four string bass guitar is by far the most common and is tuned to the E-A-D-G format. This means a narrower neck and easier learning curve. However if you lean more towards country music which uses a lot of B notes, you may want to consider a five string bass guitar. And if you’re really ambitious, a six string guitar includes the C note. One isn’t better than the other, it’s all a matter of preference and style.Whether you’re looking to jam with friends in a band or relaxing at home, an acoustic bass guitar is a fantastic and versatile choice for beautiful music-making.