Electric Acoustic Bass Guitar Black Solid Wood Construction With Equalizer New

Electric Acoustic Bass Guitar Black Solid Wood Construction With Equalizer New

  • This full-size electric acoustic bass guitar is made to produce high-quality sound for beginners and pros alike
  • Featuring a gorgeous construction finished in rich black, this bass also boasts a beautiful inlay, a 22-fret hardwood fretboard, and die cast chrome tuners
  • Features built-in volume control, 4-band equalizer, and an adjustable truss rod
  • Overall Package Dimensions: 45.5"(L) x 18.3"(W) x 49"(H)
  • Pick and amp cord not included
Rock out with a guitar made to deliver high-quality, clear sound with every strum. Featuring an attractive inlay, a 22-fret hardwood fretboard, and a gorgeous black finish, you’ll love to strum your favorite tunes on this classic instrument. Play your way with the Electric Acoustic Bass Guitar from Best Choice Products! SPECIFICATIONS: Overall Package Dimensions: 45.5”(L) x 18.3“(W) x 49“(H); Weight: 5.5 lbs.; Color: Black; Material: Composite Hardwood; Guitar does not include pick, amp cord, or amp; No assembly required

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3 thoughts on “Electric Acoustic Bass Guitar Black Solid Wood Construction With Equalizer New

  1. Mrs Betty Turner
    47 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It works…, December 30, 2011
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    This review is from: Electric Acoustic Bass Guitar Black Solid Wood Construction With Equalizer New (Electronics)
    5 stars for the value/price break. At this price it’s a disposable/beater if nothing else. But, it sounds pretty good. It sounds VERY good for something that costs less than dinner for four.

    Here is the real bottom line: it’s a cheap acoustic-electric bass with cheap components and cheap build quality which is why the price is, cheap! It’s not a Fender or a Martin. They aren’t under $100 even in “needs repair” and broken condition. It has a decent tone, it holds the pitch, it’s light, and the short scale is great!

    Of course, like all instruments, and especially stringed instruments, it’s not perfectly setup out of the box. 1) new strings! 2) file the frets on the sides 3) check the neck and adjust the truss rod 4) knock down the saddle just a touch 5) did I mention, new strings It’s normal – all new stringed instruments need to be setup to be decent players. I also had to oil the fretboard, it was really dry.

    Buy a set of short-scale strings for it. TruBass Black Nylon are sweet. Thick long scale strings clipped down won’t stay in tune. Good bass machines are cheap (comparatively) too so if you don’t like your tuners it’s a pretty simple tweak to put a nice set of Grover’s on there. You could add a nice bone nut and saddle too. Then again, by the time you put all that into it, it’s not a cheap bass anymore and you could have bought one with all of those features already there.

    If you’ve been playing bass for 10 years or you record three days a week in Nashville then you should know better than to think you can buy a $1000+ bass for under $100. If you need a beater or a practice bass then this isn’t a bad deal at all. If you’re just starting out and don’t want to risk big bucks to later decide you’d rather play autoharp and harmonica then this is a great deal. If you want to see how you like a 30″ scale then this is a good choice. If you don’t mind tweaking it and need an occasional portable bass for unplugged things – it’s pretty decent and plenty loud unplugged.

    If you need a Fender BG-31 or Vic Bailey because you’re that good – this ain’t it.

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  2. Lee
    47 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Well worth the money!!, January 25, 2011
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    Lee

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    I was pretty worried about buying a bass at this price but figured it was cheap enough to replace if need be. I have owned some very nice and expensive instruments before, both electric and upright, so I was pretty used to having top quality. But this bass feels great and sounds terrific! It plays every bit as good as a $700 dollar bass I once had. What I am trying to say is dont let the low price fool you, this is a good buy. Im very happy with mine and you will be too.
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  3. DRay
    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not perfect, needs work but worth the price?, August 10, 2013
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    DRay

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    I’ve been playing guitar for about 2 years now. I wanted to pickup Bass considering I really overall just like being the jack of all trades and knowing how to play different instruments of my interest. I was nervous at all the bad reviews. One thing that somewhat shocked me was the fast shipping. FedEx. I remembered how FedEx threw packages and whatnot so I setup a webcam to my window and the delivery guy threw it somewhat which was apparently enough to nudge a good chunk of wood off my bridge and scatter across the body. No big damage, just a chipped bridge.

    As soon as I dusted this bass off (It was really dirty and has some stains on it still), I noticed the glossy nice smooth body. That really impressed me considering I have a guitar that’s ~$100 and It’s not that great aesthetically.
    The frets need to be shaved off, the action needs to be lowered, and the truss rod needs to be adjusted. The strings are cheap and should be replaced.

    Overall, I like this guitar for how cheap it is. I think If I had researched some more, I could have bought a Dean Electric Acoustic Bass for $150 which wasn’t that much more than this bass and I probably would have had a better bass without the hassle of all these adjustments. If you’re looking at this bass because of the price, just know you’ll need to put money into it to really make use of the thing. Otherwise, it’s great. Preamp is a little bad without a soundhole cover though.

    Edit: After having it fixed and all in all, this is only a good bass if you want to practice acoustically. The electric is horrible.

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