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The first thing you’ll notice about the B-1004 Multi-Scale and 5-string B-1005 Multi-Scale will likely be its unusual arrangement of frets. A multi-scale fret design optimizes string tension so that the lower strings have a longer scale compared to the higher strings, resulting in consistently excellent tone and performance at all points across the fingerboard. Bass players often report that a multi-scale design is also ergonomically preferential to standard fret designs, and that they feel natural to play, with very little learning curve required. Designed for professional players, the B-1004 Multi-Scale and B-1005 Multi-Scale provide a swamp ash body with a top made of solid ziricote, an environmentally friendly and terrific-looking tonewood. These basses also employ a five-piece wenge/purple heart neck with pau ferro fingerboard, constructed at 36.25" to 34" scale for the B-1004 Multi-Scale and 37” to 34” for the B-1005 Multi-Scale. Its high-end components include a black bone nut, Gotoh tuners, and Hipshot Solo bridge, as well as a set of acclaimed Nordstrand Big Splits hum-cancelling pickups, along with an ABQ-3MS 3-band EQ. This setup gives you incredible flexibility in tone, with an active/passive mini-switch, a mid-frequency selection mini-switch (800Hz or 400Hz), individual bass, treble, and mid EQ controls, and master volume and balance controls.
$ 1,599.99 $ 2,204.43
In the early '90s, Ibanez broke into the high-end boutique bass market with its unique concept of Affirma bass. The compact and lightweight body, designed by Swiss Luither Rolf Spuler resulted in a bass with and elegant feel enhanced by its beautiful streamline shape. It was created to meet the critical demands of musicians who require a natural sounding, sensitive instrument with wide dynamic range and effortless playability during even the longest performances.
Now Ibanez proudly revives the Affirma bass with modern upgrades. The maple body with stunning flamed maple on the top delivers a superior tonal clarity and sound attack. The neck is 3-piece of maple with 2 graphite rods inside for added stability, and jointed to half of the body. It is called “half neck-through” construction which helps to reduce sacrificing the body’s vibration and achieves enough sustain to it’s tone. The ebony fretboard on the neck provides a tight response. The neck end adjustment allows you to adjust the neck easily without loosening the strings.
The AeroSilk MR5 bridge has unique saddles which were designed to work in concert with the piezo pickups and enhance the acoustic "stand-up" quality of the sound. Also, the bridge allows for a wide intonation adjustment range, and each isolated bridge is securely locked down to the body for maximum vibration transfer without interference.
Bartolini pickup split coil design deliver a deep and punchy tone. With its combination of the piezo and magnetic pickup, the 2-band EQ assist bassist in finding their perfect tone. Other features include special thumb rest the body. Comes hardshell case.
$ 1,199.99 $ 1,480.00
Designed for the man who has held down the low end for Guns N' Roses, Velvet Revolver, Jane's Addiction and many others, the Fender Duff McKagan Deluxe Precision Bass is based on the ‘80s Jazz Bass Special he used while recording Appetite for Destruction. An evolution of his signature model, this bass adds player-friendly features and stylistic touches that Duff demands.
$ 349.99 $ 448.00
A tribute to the decade of its birth, the Classic Vibe ‘60s Jazz Bass combines the luxurious playability that made it famous with the versatility and massive tone of its dual Fender-Designed alnico single-coil pickups.
Player-friendly features include a slim and comfortable “C”-shaped neck profile with an easy-playing 9.5”-radius fingerboard and narrow-tall frets, as well as a vintage-style bridge with threaded saddles.
This throwback Squier model also features 1960s inspired headstock markings, nickel-plated hardware and a slick vintage-tinted gloss neck finish for an old-school aesthetic vibe. Case sold separately.
$ 199.99 $ 272.10
Versatile style and enormous sound collide in the all-new JS Series Spectra Bass JS2.
The brand-new offset body style was designed with the artist in mind. The poplar body with large upper horn evenly distributes weight throughout the instrument, providing perfect balance by reducing neck dive for hours of comfortable playing.
A bolt-on maple neck with scarf joint design generates formidable sustain, while the speed neck contour and 12" radius laurel fingerboard (with 24 frets) make for lightning-fast playability.
The Spectra Bass JS2 provides a sound that is as unique as the bassist playing it. Whether it be funk, hard rock or gospel, a colossal Jackson J-style bridge pickup and P-style neck pickup deliver a range of punchy growls or lucid tones, while the hardtail bridge provides rock-solid stability, improved sustain and bolder timbre.
Tone can be refined and tweaked with the blend, bass boost and volume controls (with a push/pull selector to bypass or engage the active circuit for the bass boost). With the push/pull selector, you’ll never have to fear a battery running out and losing sound. A quick pull on the volume knob will bypass the active circuit, making it easy to regain sound from the bass without the use of battery power.
Highly affordable, the 4-string Spectra Bass JS2 comes in an array of stunning finishes with black hardware and a unique 2x2 headstock with an understated J logo.
When Leo Fender launched the G&L L-2000 bass in 1980, it was clear he was ready to make history all over again. Never before had such a wide range of tones come from a single bass, and today the L-2500 packs all the features of the latest L-2000 into a 5-string.
Like its L-2000 brother, the foundation of the L-2500 is a pair of G&L Magnetic Field Design humbuckers backed by the flexible Tri-Tone control system, providing the sort of versatility that'll let you find your tone no matter what kind of bass line you're laying down. The Tri-Tone system features a trio of mini toggles for pickup selection, series/parallel signal routing and active/passive operation, as well as a trio of knobs for volume, treble and bass. With all that under the hood, the L-2500 brings the kind of chops that'll fit in any situation, from classic R&B to power-packed rock to poppin' funk. What's more, the L-2500 features an innovative Leo Fender-designed Saddle-Lock bridge to transfer string energy right into the body end-grain for an incredibly resonant instrument.
The Tribute Series L-2500 delivers the magic of Leo's revolutionary design at a price attainable for every working musician.
Gig bag included.
The Omen-4 electric bass guitar is the perfect bass for beginners to intermediate players. Quality woods and great sounding electronics give this bad boy a fully-loaded arsenal for the sonic onslaught that awaits.
Rosewood is naturally oily and works well for any surface that sees frequent human contact, which is why it's used on the Omen-4. The sound is richer in fundamental than Maple because the stray overtones are absorbed into the oily pores.
The Omen-4 has a smooth playable maple neck. Maple has a uniform grain, it's strong and stable, and it has less reaction from environmental changes than other hardwoods. Its tone is highly reflective, and focuses more energy onto the body wood. Maple transfers a bright tone to the body that complements the warm tones of a mahogany body.
The Omen-4 comes well-equipped with Schecter diamond plus pickups. Over wound coils with a ceramic magnet give these aggressive high output pickups the push that will send your amp over the edge. Made for crunchy rhythms and blistering leads, they're also perfect for drop tunings. This pickup will cut through the mix with ease. You'll get a sparkling single coil tone when the push-pull knob is pulled up.
The Omen-4 comes with high quality tuners featuring a classic design in a lubricated and sealed housing to protect gears for a lifetime of maintenance free playability. Details include a 15:1 gear ratio for smooth and precise tuning, removable knobs, threaded hex peghead bushing, and a 10mm diameter peg hole.
Case sold separately.
$ 449.99 $ 599.99
For 30 years the SR has given bass players a modern alternative. Embraced by bassists over the decades, the iconic series continues to excite with its smooth, fast neck, lightweight body and perfectly matched electronics.
The SR400EMQM is a handsome 4-string bass designed for the advanced player. A stunning Quilted Maple adorns the bass, Mahogany body. Other features include a sturdy 5-piece Maple/Walnut SR4 neck, a Maple Fingerboard, and an Accu-cast B300 bridge for superior string vibration transfer and precise intonation. Cosmo Black hardware adds a hint of stealth.
At the heart of the SR400EQM’s electronics are two PowerSpan Dual Coil pickups. Their stainless pole pieces offer higher output, clarity, and fullness than any in the SR400’s class. Accessed by the 3-way “Power Tap” switch, these proprietary pickups offer a choice of three tonal personalities: A rich humbucker sound, a pure single-coil sound, or an enhanced single coil sound— fattened by lows from the humbucker pickups. Add the ability to dial in precise tone preferences via the Ibanez Custom 3-band EQ, and the SR400EMQM is a musical chameleon.
$ 299.99 $ 399.99
Despite inheriting the sleek and sophisticated beauty of the revolutionary SR bass, the SR Mezzo was designed to be fun to play. The SR Mezzo’s 32” medium scale allows for both easy playing and a rich low-end. The SR Mezzo’s full sonic palette will make hitting the stage a blast. No matter the style of music, the SR Mezzo fits you perfectly.
The SR Mezzo’s 32” scale neck is 2” shorter than that of the general Ibanez SR models, but the Mezzo stills delivers a powerful low end. The SR Mezzo’s compact, lightweight body and shorter scale offer effortless playability. The SRMD200 features a poplar body, stunning new finish and a newly-designed pickguard.
A smooth maple neck and maple fretboard with medium frets allow for a clear tone and attack. Electronics consist of an Ibanez Custom Electronics 2-band EQ and an Ibanez DXP neck pickup and DXJ bridge pickup for extra punch. The B10 bridge allows fully adjustable intonation and solid tuning stability. Case sold separately.
$ 649.99 $ 866.65
Exotic woods, sleek looks and active electronics for the discerning bassist.
For 30 years the SR has given bass players a modern alternative. With its continued popularity, Ibanez is constantly endeavoring to answer the wider needs of a variety of players, at a variety of budgets. But no matter what the specs, the heart is the same-SR continues to excite with its smooth, fast neck, lightweight body, and perfectly matched electronics.
The thin, sturdy and stable Jatoba/Walnut neck offers superior playability when combined with the extended neck joint, making the upper frets easily accessible. This SR500E series are equipped with Bartolini BH2 pickups in a dual-coil style configuration with a lower resonant frequency, providing a balanced, warm response with a tighter bottom end and a fuller midrange.
The Ibanez Custom Electronics 3-band EQ features a 3-way mid-frequency switch, allowing for precise tonal control (250 Hz, 450 Hz, and 700 Hz) and an EQ bypass switch for passive-only operation. When the EQ bypass is activated, the treble tone control knob becomes the global tone control for the passive circuit.
The B500 bridge has adjustable saddles for string spacing adjustments, answering every bassist’s individual string spacing demands, no matter what playing style. The saddles can be adjusted +/-1.5mm. The neck-end adjustment allows you to tweak the neck easily without loosening the strings. The SR Series continues to satisfy the vast needs of bass players, exciting them with the SR’s smooth and fast neck, lightweight body and perfectly matched electronics.
$ 3,499.00 $ 4,679.64
Exceptional versatility and design.
The Ball family is the last of a dying breed, a family business making premium guitars and basses on the California central coast since 1984. Sterling Ball, alongside his sons Brian and Scott, combine the laser precision of robotics and old-world hand craftsmanship to develop innovative instrument designs that push the boundaries of performance and playability.
Limited to just a few pieces, this BFR StingRay Special HH features an exclusive Giants orange finish on a gorgeous maple top with all black hardware. The figured roasted maple neck with rosewood fretboard showcases attractive white pearl block inlays and hand fitted white binding for an upscale elegant appearance. Each bass ships with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Includes hardshell case.
The Caprice, another welcome newcomer to the Modern Classic family of instruments is a bold new statement in passive design. A workhorse bass that is capable of blending two distinct pickup voicings offering a variety of tones suitable for any musical environment. This compact offset design provides a body shape that is comfortable and balanced along with a slim neck profile that makes this bass a pleasure to play. The top-loading bridge is made from hardened steel and complemented by a newly designed oversized headstock with the familiar 3+1 tuner arrangement. As with the Cutlass, the Caprice is a sleek modern bass with vintage features that stays true to its Music Man heritage.
|Size||12-11/16" wide, 1-5/8" thick, 45-9/16" long (32.2 cm wide, 4.1 cm thick, 115.7 cm long)|
|Body Wood||Alder (Classic Natural is Ash)|
|Body Finish||High gloss polyester|
|Body Colors||Black, Ivory White, Diamond Blue, Heritage Tobacco Burst|
|Bridge||Vintage Music Man® top loaded chrome plated, steel bridge plate with vintage nickel plated hollow steel saddles|
|Pickguard||Shell (Heritage Tobacco Burst); Parchment (Diamond Blue); Black (Black); Mint (White)|
|Scale Length||34" (86.4 cm)|
|Neck Radius||7.5" (19.1 cm)|
|Headstock Size||9" (22.9 cm) long|
|Frets||21 - High profile, narrow width|
|Neck Width||1-1/2" (38.1 mm) at nut, 2-1/2" (63.5 mm) at last fret|
|Neck Wood||Select maple neck|
|Fingerboard||Select maple or rosewood|
|Fret Markers||5/16" Black or White dots|
|Neck Finish||Ultra-light satin polyurethane finish|
|Neck Colors||Natural aged yellow finish|
|Tuning Machines||Schaller BM, with tapered string posts|
|Truss Rod||Adjustable - no component or string removal|
|Neck Attachment||5 bolts - perfect alignment with no shifting; Sculpted neck joint allows smooth access to higher frets|
|Electronic Shielding||Graphite acrylic resin coated body cavity and aluminum lined pickguard|
|Controls||250kohm neck pickup volume, 250kohm bridge pickup volume, and tone - .1µF tone capacitor|
|Pickups||Music Man® inline humbucking; Music Man® offset humbucking|
$ 149.99 $ 249.99
The Squier® Bronco™ Bass is ideal for guitarists who occasionally need a bass, younger beginners, players with smaller hands or anyone who prefers the feel of a short scale (30") bass. Great tuning stability, versatile tone and easy playability make this instrument a great first bass or addition to your stable of instruments.
$ 179.99 $ 257.99
The Ibanez Mikro bass is like a 3/4 scale guitar, it features a shorter neck and smaller body. The Mikro bass is perfect for last minute rehearsals, students, young rockers just joining the fray or anywhere space is at a premium.
The Ibanez Mikro bass should not be confused with other small basses, it's no toy. Mikro features the same construction, high quality and careful set-up of the Ibanez full size GSR models.
Mikro's 28.60" inch scale length (standard 4- string bass guitars feature a neck scale of 34") makes it the right choice for beginning players or pros practicing on the tour bus. Bass guitars with a scale length between 30"-33" are considered medium scale, while basses with a 30" or less scale length are considered short scale.
$ 179.99 $ 257.99
While Talman basses normally have the more common 34” “long-scale” neck, the TMB30 offers a “short-scale” 30” neck. The shorter neck is often preferred by players of smaller stature who find a long-scale instrument to be unwieldy. It is also a favorite of guitarists who double on bass— the shorter scale having a feel closer to that of an electric guitar.
The TMB30 features include a Mahogany body for a warm, punchy tone, a Maple neck with Rosewood fretboard, a Standard bridge, and a black pickguard to complete the classic vibe. Electronics consist of an Ibanez Dynamix P neck pickup and a Dynamix J bridge pickup for that rich, vintage sound.
$ 699.99 $ 933.32
Semi-hollow body construction
With its maximized hollow space, Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides, the 55 mm-thick semi-hollow body delivers a rich acoustic tone.
5pc Jatoba/Walnut neck / Contoured neck heel
A Panga Panga fretboard with offset position markers, caps a 5pc Jatoba/Walnut neck with a contoured neck heel that creates a deep neck joint with unfettered access to the upper frets.
Coupling Jatoba with Walnut yields a neck that is strong and stable despite its thinness.
The specially designed forearm contour on the body top offers playing comfort and adds an elegant accent to its appearance.
AeroSilk Piezo pickup
The custom bridge contains the magic of the AeroSilk Piezo system, which works with D'Addario ECB81 flat wound strings to provide that sense of "air" that characterizes upright sound.
Panga Panga fretboard
Panga Panga features a beautiful wood grain which produces a tight low and mid range with a sharp attack on high end.
$ 899.99 $ 1,368.00
The Sterling by Music Man StingRay5 "Ray35" features an all-new Roasted Maple neck, 3-band active preamp, modern contoured body and a bridge modeled after the iconic Ernie Ball Music Man StingRay. Includes gig bag.
$ 874.99 $ 1,130.00
Elegant and packed with versatile tones, the Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass is ideal for bassists who need a flexible tone machine that looks great on stage. Fender’s classic offset bass style is blended with powerful tone and smooth playing feel to create an instrument that punches well above its weight without breaking a working bassist’s wallet. On stage or in the studio, the rich, timeless Jazz Bass tone will easily find a home in any style of music.
Powered by a pair of growling Vintage Noiseless Jazz Bass pickups, this instrument’s bright, full sound easily cuts through a mix, ensuring the bass is heard clearly while retaining punch and low end authority. Active/passive switching makes it easy to access both vintage-styled and modern voices, further extending this instrument’s sonic flexibility. The robust control scheme includes a three-band active EQ with treble, mid and bass controls—each with boost and cut to accurately shape your tone—along with a pan pot for precision blending of the pickups’ potent sound. The four-saddle Fender HiMass bridge improves every note’s sustain and resonance, while enhancing the attack for lively tone that lets your sonic personality shine through. The “C”-shaped maple neck is comfortable for all playing styles and hosts a 1.5 in. synthetic bone nut and fast-playing 12 in.-radius fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets for a familiar playing feel.
The alder body bears a durable gloss polyester finish that looks great under the spotlight while being tough enough to shrug off the abuse of gigging and traveling. Classic Jazz Bass appointments include vintage-style black plastic Jazz Bass control knobs, nickel/chrome hardware, black pickup covers, pearloid dot inlays and a 3-ply B/W/B pickguard. Combining authentic design, modern performance and classic Fender tone, the Deluxe Active Jazz Bass rises to any playing occasion with style and sonic grace. Includes deluxe gig bag.
$ 1,849.99 $ 2,500.00
Pushing craftsmanship to its limits, Fender design, test and endlessly experiment to create the best instruments on the planet. The Jazz Bass, a refinement of concepts first introduced in the Precision Bass, is the earliest example of this philosophy in action. Evolved for today’s musician, the American Professional Jazz Bass V combines modern features and materials with Fender’s craftsmanship and expertise to produce a truly contemporary bass.
Speedy, powerful and articulate, the Jazz Bass quickly carved out a niche for itself when it was released in 1960. The slim, ultra-fast neck and slick offset-waist styling made it a favorite of bassists everywhere. Funk, fusion, disco and, of course, modern rock all owe a life debt to the fantastically versatile Jazz Bass.
Developed by pickup master Michael Bump, the brand-new V-Mod single-coil Jazz Bass pickups use a carefully selected blend of alnico magnet types for balanced tone with authentic Fender sonic DNA. Designed for comfort and performance, the slim modern “C”-shaped neck profile feels just right nestled in your hand, becoming one with you, while the narrow-tall frets provide a familiar playing feel and perfect intonation.
Posiflex graphite support rods run the length of the neck, adding stability to the neck while resisting warping. The redesigned tuning machines use a fluted shaft, creating the optimum break angle over the nut while keeping the string windings tight for increased sustain and enhanced tuning stability.
The best of yesterday and today, the American Professional Jazz Bass is the latest form of electric inspiration from Fender. Step up and stake your claim to a legend. Includes hardshell case.
$ 1,099.99 $ 1,499.99
Crafted in state-of-the-art factories and implementing Warwick’s classic designs, DNA and components the RockBass Series offers high quality instruments at an entry level price. Built to Warwick’s strict specifications, each Rockbass is meticulously crafted and inspected before shipping to deliver the true Warwick experience. The entire range of Warwick Rock Bass instruments features the Warwick 2-Piece Bridge, with a break angle that provides optimum tone and intonation with each string being adjustable in seconds.
The Just-A-Nut III is an innovation introduced by Warwick in 2007 and is the standard nut used for all series of Warwick and Rock Bass instruments.The Warwick Rockbass Corvette $$ Bass Guitar is beautifully made and delivers plenty of that characteristic low growl for which Warwick basses are famous. As with all Warwick basses, the Rockbass Corvette $$ is crafted from premium tonewoods throughout: an alder body, a maple neck and a wenge fingerboard. Dual humbucking pickups and 4 control knobs provide great tone and flexible control in the studio and on stage.