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Epiphone EB-0 Electric Bass
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A big-sounding 30-1/2"-scale bass for smaller players.

Authorized by Gibson, with the EB-0 Electric Bass, Epiphone has brought back a classic bass guitar of the early '60s. Based on the SG, this guitar-sized (30-1/2" scale) electric bass is a great axe for anyone not quite large enough for a full-size bass. Though small and light, the Epiphone EB-0 Bass has huge sound, and full-size people can play it too. Case sold separately.

Epiphone EB-0 Electric Bass Features:

  • Re-creation of a '60s classic authorized by Gibson
    Based on the SG with 30-1/2" scale
    Great axe for anyone not quite large enough for a full-sized bass
    Small and light
    Sidewinder Humbucker Pickups
    Chrome Hardware
    Nut Width: 1.50"
    Mahogany, Bolt-on neck
    Rosewood Fingerboard
    Dot inlay
    Mahogany body
    Case sold separately

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  • great starter bass

    As reviewed by MC Chauncey on 1/3/2008

    When I first decided to play bass, I knew I wanted a nice, cheap bass with a small scale, because I'd never played before, and I'm a girl with small hands, and also because I wanted to save money (who doesn't? =]) The bass itself is very well-made, considering its price, though I have found that the nut on the output jack seems to twist around when it's plugged in, and after constantly re-tightening it I've had the bad luck to snap some of the wires inside (a problem fixed with a few screwdrivers, a razor and electric tape). My other complaint is that it is SO GOSHDARN HEAVY. It starts to kill my shoulder after a few songs...which isn't all that fun. But all in all, a great starter bass. But get a good, wide strap that's easy on your shoulders to help distribute the weight more evenly.

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  • Lucky First Choice

    As reviewed by Joe Davis on 5/13/2011

    I was delegated to play bass in our classic rock band but never played bass and never even owned one. I got this bass and consider myself lucky. Not knowing a thing about bass I had no idea this was a short scale (great for a problamatic left wrist). Easy to adjust easy to play and sounds great over our PA. I can't wait to get a bass amp and start really seeing what this little baby can do. A great value for the money.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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  • Not as good/bad as some are saying

    As reviewed by JOSEPH PETRINO on 1/31/2014

    Not as good as some are saying and not as bad as others are saying. In this price range there are some other choices I would look into also if I were you. This bass is not for everyone. It's built very solid and their is nothing "cheap" about the way it's made. The neck feels good, but I've played many short scales that feel better. Others will disagree with me, but the sidewinder pickup sounds awful. You'll need to replace that at some point. Many complain about the 3 point bridge. It works fine. Learn how to use it. There seems to be two body versions. A light plywood version and a heavy mahogany version. I have the heavy version and it is just too heavy. I like this bass, but there are better choices in this price range.

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