Pre-Loved Bass Guitars
Ever since its initial introduction in 1976, the Musicman Stingray has been revered as one of the most iconic bass guitars of all time. Infact the StingRay was the first ever 4-string instrument to feature an on-board active EQ board. Today the StingRay remains largely the as it was when introduced over 40 years ago. A true testement of design. This is...
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When it comes to low cost bass guitars nothing fits the bill more perfectly than the Squier Vintage Modified 70's Jazz bass in a natural finish. It is gloriously well rounded, easy to play and hit the spot perfectly for our collection. Featuring an iconic design, natural finish, maple neck, big block inlays and vintage voiced jazz bass pickups. This is...
Up with the P, Jazz, Stingray and the Rickie 4003, the Warwick Streamer Stage I is an industry standard electric bass. The Streamer Stage I is unique for having both Precision and Jazz style pickups and also an active EQ circuit making it a versatile tone shaping beast. Also visually stunning featuring an arched US cherry wood body, 3 piece maple neck and...
Taylor set the world on fire with the GS Mini and it has never been the same since. Never has such a small instrument had a such a profound effect on the industry - offering a seemingly unachievable balance of tone and versatility in a small package. Now Taylor have done the same for the bass world: taking the GS Mini body and moving it into the...
The 4-string RBX374 features the same contoured headstock and body shape as the John Myung signature bass, offering a comfortable and balanced playing experience. Loaded with a specially-designed bridge, humbucking pickups and active electronics (that include two-band EQ), master volume and pickup pan pot, this bass delivers sonic versatility with a...
TRB was born as a versatile 6-string bass guitar along with the greater involvement of synthesizers in music in end of 1980s. TRB's low-noise PU and 3-band active circuit produce well-balanced clear sound and provide access to a wider range of tonal possibilities. As a result of Yamaha's countless efforts for innovation, TRB has been supported by many...