No two bassists are alike, and in some ways, neither are any two instruments. But if you're looking for a way to make your axe stand out even more than its sound does alone, it's definitely worth finding an aesthetic that draws attention. So where can you get it? How about in this selection of yellow basses? They're excellent choices for taking stage presence to a whole new level, whether you'd like the right color on stage for covering "Here Comes The Sun," or maybe a bit of the Midas touch with the yellow-gold hue of the Lakland Skyline Fretless Hollowbody Bass. A great performance appeals to all the senses, after all, and these instruments pack a visual punch beaten only by their smooth sounds.
Naturally, the first step to choosing the best yellow bass from this section is to know what kind of instrument you're looking for in the first place. For instance, if you follow a philosophy of "the more the merrier" for your string count, check out some extended-range models like the Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray 5 HH 5-String Electric Bass or the Ibanez BTB776PB 6-String Bass Guitar. Maybe you want to follow in the footsteps of a bass legend who brought this eye-catching color onstage? Signature models include the Epiphone Jack Casady Signature Bass Guitar and the Ibanez Gerald Veasley Signature 6-String Electric Bass Guitar. And those are just a few examples of what the yellow bass lineup has to offer.
Go ahead and take a close look through all the amazing finds waiting for you here. The theme may be a color, but you'll find that there's a lot more to these yellow basses than just what's on the surface. If nothing else, models like the Fender Custom Shop 1959 Precision Bass Journeyman Relic Bass Guitar, the Gibson 2015 ES-Les Paul Semi-Hollow Bass Guitar and the Spector NS-5XL USA 5-String Bass are enough to prove that once and for all. So if you've been searching high and low for a bass that brings the best treats for the eyes and the ears alike, you just might be in the right place to find it.