Burst or Fade Bass
Considering how many pages make up this selection of fade and burst bass guitars, you'll probably want to take advantage of the subcategory tools - that way, you can narrow down your choices to match your exact preferences. For example, under "Price", you'll find a list of various price ranges like "$200-$300", "$500-$750", and so on. By marking off the box next to each of these, your page will refresh and only basses within those parameters will be displayed. This is an excellent way to avoid sifting through bass models that are beyond your current budget. Give it a shot: check the "$750-$1000" box and take a look at top-rated bass guitars like the Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass V or the G&L Tribute M2500 5-String Bass.
And that's not your only way to make your search for a new fade or burst bass easier. If you're interested in seeing what's hot, click "best sellers" and you'll get a glimpse at what your fellow bass players are digging most. Beauties like the Ernie Ball Music Man StingRay HH 4-String Bass is extremely popular among funk bassists thanks to its punchy tone and solid feel. Or, if you're buying for a beginner, turn your attention to the Squier Affinity Series Jaguar Bass SS Pack. This value bundle includes the powerful short-scale Jaguar Bass SS, Fender Rumble 15 amp and essential accessories like an instructional DVD, electronic tuner, gig bag and more.
Of course, everything mentioned above comes in your choice of fade or burst finishes, and to say that your options stop there would be a huge understatement. The fact that you're searching specifically for a fade or burst bass says a lot about your discerning tastes - and rest assured, you could not have chosen a better catalog for a high-quality bass model to make your talents realized.