New Danelectro ’56 re-issue bass. Light-weight, chambered body. Lipstick pickups. 3 way pickup selector switch. Volume and tone controls. Dolphin headstock. Single cutaway. Rosewood fretboard. New. $499.
90s Epiphone AccuBass with P-style pickup configuration. Maple neck and fretboard. Brass saddles. String-through body design. $179.
Early 80s Aria Pro II Cardinal Series 4-string bass. Comfortable double cutawy design. Humbucker pickup. Ash body. Maple neck. Rosewood fretboard. Comes with OHCS. $425.
Here’s a fun one from the 60s made in Holland. The Egmond Typhoon 2V. Maple neck with rosewood fretboard. Giant baseball-bat neck that is suprisingly comfortable. Two single-coil pickups with 3-way pickup selector. Sounds awesome. $375.
LTD D-4 4-string bass. This bass has a lot going for it. Active jazz-style pickups with tons of controls. Neck-through construction. Rosewood fretboard with 24 frets. String-through body design. Comes with a hardcase. A killer deal for $275.
Dean Playmate acoustic/electric bass. Single cutaway design. Under-saddle, passive pickup so you can plug in. $150.
Sterling series SUB 4-string bass by Ernie Ball. Styled after the classic Stingray bass, it comes with a single humbucker near the bridge for a bright and punchy sound. Quality tuning machines and a chunky bridge. This one has a really nice maple neck. $200.
Sterling series SUB 4-string bass by Ernie Ball. Styled after the classic Stingray bass, it comes with a single humbucker near the bridge for a bright and punchy sound. Quality tuning machines and a chunky bridge. This one has a maple neck with rosewood fretboard. $200.
60s Teisco BL-2 bass. Moserite-esque body-shape and looks. Two single-coil pickups. 3-way pickup selector switch. We gave this one new frets to bring back it’s playablity. It’s playing better than it has in decades. Made in Japan. $425.
Cool Yamaha fretless 4-string bass with taped-flatwound strings. P-style pickups. Great for someone who wants to get into fretless electric bass. $150.