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Fender American Precision Bass Guitar Review

Fender’s Precision Bass has long been the industry standard in electric bass guitars. If you’re reading this article, this isn’t anything you haven’t heard before. However, it seems nowadays the simplicity, durability, and thunderous time-tested growl of this instrument has fallen slightly out of favor, and we see more and more bassists relying on the active EQs, hyper thin necks, and high output pickups of the type that the Ibanez Soundgear series originally made popular. […]

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Bass Guitar Shopping on a Budget

Squier Vintage Modified ‘70s Jazz Bass is a bass for all levels of player. If you’re a young player just startin’ out, you’ll be extremely lucky to have this be your first bass and it’s not one you’ll grow out of anytime soon. If you gig and don’t want to take an expensive instrument on the road, you might just wanna take a look. […]

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Fender Road Worn Series Guitars and Basses

At the forefront of Winter NAMM 2009, Fender revealed their new Road Worn Series guitars and basses for 2009. For players who desire that banged up, beaten, used and abused vintage appearance but don’t have a spare $2 – $3 grand for a Fender Custom Shop Time Machine, let alone the cash to purchase an authentic vintage Fender, then read on… […]

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Best Bass Guitars To Buy – Get The Best For Your Buck!

Leo Fender invented the fretted electric bass guitar early in his career. There have been many innovations since those seminal days, as a quick glance through any online or brick-and-mortar music store will display, but the basic concept remains the same. It’s always fun to see what the top-selling basses are at any given time, however, as it gives an indication as to what designs and feature are on the minds of the world’s bass players: do they want a new, innovative flavor to their next instruments, or is tried-and-true traditional the order of the day? […]

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Ibanez Destroyer Bass DTB100 – Bass Guitars

Bass players, your Ebay/Craigslist vintage search may have a surprise ending here: Announcing a limited run of a re-vamped version of the Ibanez Destroyer bass! The Candy Apple Red DTB100 is definitely the extrovert of the Ibanez bass family. Whether you’re looking to get retro-fit, or it’s time to hit your audience with some electro-shock therapy, this may be the Bold Statement that you’ve been looking for. […]

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Ernie Ball Music Man HS Bongo 6 six-string bass review

Totally killer design looks like tomorrow, sounds incredible.

The 6-string MusicMan Bongo Bass Guitar is crafted from select basswood carved into one of the most distinctive electric guitar body styles ever. The MusicMan Bongo is very well balanced and responsive. Features include a super-tight 5-bolt joint to a select maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard. Dual neodymium humbucker pickups with 4-band EQ on 2 concentric knobs and continuous balance provide huge tone with precision command. The Bongo electric bass’s Schaller BM tuners with tapered string posts, easily accessible truss rod, matching headstock, and a graphite acrylic resin-coated body cavity (for supreme noise shielding) add up to true MusicMan luxury. […]

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Epiphone Bass Guitar Reviews: Blackbird and Les Paul Basses

If you love it louder than Hell, Epiphone’s Nikki Sixx Blackbird electric bass guitar is the axe for you. A pair of DeepSixx humbuckers give it thunderous output, especially since they are wired direct and have an on/off toggle as the only control.

Les Paul lends his name to this new Limited Edition Epiphone electric bass guitar that gives you unparalleled performance, features and affordability. Starting with the classic Les Paul Special body shape it sports a solid mahogany body and neck for rock-solid performance, rich bass and clean, clear highs. […]

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Jackson Guitars: Megadeth Dave Ellefson Gets Signature Bass

When I was a pimple-faced teen, didn’t notice when girls flirted and was too busy rebelling at school, it only makes sense that my favorite guitar manufacture was Jackson Guitars (the axe of the late 80s and early 90s), my favorite band was Megadeth and ‘Rust In Peace’ was (by far) my favorite all-time Megadath album. So it’s understandable why this news makes me want to reminisce. So, without further ado… Lets get to the news! […]