The great-playing and very affordable, the Dean Edge 09 4-String Electric Bass Guitar features a body contoured for playing comfort. The maple neck is profiled to be fast, sleek, and easy to play. A u... Read More
The great-playing and very affordable, the Dean Edge 09 4-String Electric Bass Guitar features a body contoured for playing comfort. The maple neck is profiled to be fast, sleek, and easy to play. A unique Dean-design neck joint and heel along with an asymmetrical 4-bolt pattern give you unhindered movement all the way up the 22-fret neck. A single soapbar pickup produces substantial growl. Satin natural finish has black hardware and mahogany body; painted finishes have chrome hardware and basswood bodies.
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Geat value for a starter bass
This is a great Bass guitar for a beginner, or to use as a backup. This guitar may not be anything spectacular but it gets the job done. The guitar is built well...Read complete review
This is a great Bass guitar for a beginner, or to use as a backup. This guitar may not be anything spectacular but it gets the job done. The guitar is built well and the finish is very nice. For a budget guitar this one plays very well. The guitar lacks some of the punch that more expensive bass guitars have but then again this guitar only cost a small fraction of the price. I would recommend this guitar for a beginner or as a solid back up.
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Dean Edge 09
I got mine here at GC.com for $119.95, and I bought the 'Mahogany' finish. First impression was "Wow! what a good-looking bass!". It really is nice-looking in the...Read complete review
I got mine here at GC.com for $119.95, and I bought the 'Mahogany' finish. First impression was "Wow! what a good-looking bass!". It really is nice-looking in the 'Mahogany' finish, although it's not Mahogany wood, but a stained light-colored wood with a grain similar to Mahogany. Very solid, and heavy enough for good sustain without being a shoulder-killer. Tone....ehhh...the pickup could be hotter to grab more bottom, and it could have been placed a little better; more toward the bridge, about in the same place as a P-Bass pickup or a tad closer. But with the right EQ on the amp, it sounds pretty good, if a little slow on the attack (again, pickup placement). I find it sounds a lot better played with a pick than fingerstyle. Playability...Right out of the box, it was very nice, but I needed to tweak the setup just a little bit for my taste. The tuners seem good & solid, and work well. The bridge is a simple stamped unit, but has pretty massive saddle-barrels on it. I'm not crazy about the scarf-joint where the angled headstock is grafted in to the neck, because those always seem to introduce a little 'hump' there that the truss rod won't level out, ever. It might use a little fretwork to overcome that and a few slight buzzes here & there, but overall, it plays nice. Fit & Finish...Very nice; everything fits very well, and the satin finish looks really great and doesn't show fingerprints. Overall Impression...Very good quality instrument for the price, and an excellent starter bass or to keep around as a spare/backup. I bought mine so I'd have at least one bass with frets, as I play mostly fretless
Reviewed by 24 customers
I went in to get a new Bass Guitar and played everything that was available to make the decision. The Dean Edge 09 I bought compared well with everything. Beat a group of much higher priced units. I even prefered it over the old stand-by Fender Jazz Bass. It was certianly the loudest of all, except the Schecter Raiden, both about the same. GREAT BUY, whether your first bass or a touring veteran. I will be back to buy another.
So i bought this bass for the bassist in my hand cuz he was short on money and i wanted to help out a bro so i got this. I swear i can't tell the difference between this and a squier P bass. This is an amazing bass for studio and live. Honestly this is good bass to start off with or to just jam with but eventually go better with ur bass. but this is great for a bass thats cheap and good.
i got this bass about a year ago, and out of the box it was fantastic. I had to tune it a bit, but with a bit of adjusting, it was a great bass guitar. It isn't too heavy, and I know I'm sounding repetitive, but it is a great bass for a beginner.
So im in a punk band that plays live shows, and we bought this bass. Its amazing, great for the price. Great feel and sound. It even sounds awesome on a guitar amp. If your in a band but dont have lots of money this is for you!
Its a pretty well i guess pretty middle bass and for the price you could say it was very good the pick up could be alot better but for the price who could complain.
I havent been playing very long but i can still tell you that this is good for begginers. Although, like many others before me i must say that it has poor pick-up placement. And the strings buzz, a lot. Especially on the A string... although that might just be mine. Even when i first got it it buzzed quite a bit. Besides that, this is good for begginers. It is very durrable (thats a Dean for ya) and very much within budget. I would recomend it for begginers.
I bought this one for my boyfriend for Christmas as a surprise! He loved it! He said it was even better then some of the $2000 ones he had seen in the store on the walls! Def a great bass for anyone who is just starting out. Plus the mahogany finish is great if you don't like to see finger prints!
ive been playing for almost 3 years now and this is my 3rd bass. i got it as a main bass other than my 5 string and my fretless 4 string. its a good bass, although i do agree that the pickup needs to be a little closer to the bridge. i still need to tweak the setup because the intonaion and action are way out of wack but all in all it is a very playable bass with a very easy neck that you can get all around on very fast, and a very light and durable body.
This is a good bass to begin with, I've been playing it for about 6 months now and its good, but has some definite flaws. The action is pretty terrible, leading to large amounts of buzz, and the pickup is too far from bridge which makes it somewhat of an obstacle for certain styles of play ( like funk slapping). Overall this is good for starters and sounds pretty good, just dont expect crazy quality
i just got this bass the other day and i couldnt be happier great if you are starting out if you are playing wrong it will let you know i am amazed by the quality and the price
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