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Epiphone Limited Edition Jack Casady Electric Bass Guitar
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1960s rounded body with gorgeous limited-edition Alpine White finish and featuring low impedance pickup with VariGain control.

For nearly 50 years, Jack Casady has been one of rock's legendary bassists. He's also a member of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and one of Epiphone's most esteemed artists. The Jack Casady Signature Bass is recognized as one of the premier electric basses on the market and now the best-selling hollowbody-bass is in a limited-edition show-stopping Alpine White finish. This new finish has exquisite detail including 6-layer white/blackbody binding with black plastic parts and it's equipped with Jack's own premier JCB-1 low impedance pickup with VariGain control for pure tone on stage and in the studio. Featuring premium nickel hardware, 17:1 Cloverleaf machine heads and a classic 3-point adjustable bridge.

Epiphone Limited Edition Jack Casady Electric Bass Guitar Features:

  • Neck Material: Mahogany
    Neck Joint: Glued-In; Set Neck
    Body Material: Laminated Maple Top, Back and Sides
    Neck Shape: 1960s Rounded Bass Profile
    Truss Rod: Adjustable
    Truss Rod Cover: 2-Ply Black/White with"E" Silkscreened in White
    Scale Length: 34"
    Fingerboard Material: Rosewood with Pearloid "Trapezoid" Inlays
    Middle Pickup: Low-Impedance JCB-1 Humbucker
    Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone, 3-Position VariGain Switch; 50, 250, 500 ohms
    Binding: Body Top - White/Black 6-Layer, Body Back - White
    Pickguard: 1-Ply Black
    Fingerboard Radius: 12"
    Headstock: Sloped Dovewing with Vintage "Epiphone" Logo in Pearloid
    Headstock Logo: "Jack Casady" Signature in Gold Silkprint
    Frets: 20; Medium-Jumbo
    Bridge: Original 3-Point Adjustable
    Nut Width: 1.65"
    Nut Material: Imitation Bone; White
    Hardware: Nickel
    Machine Heads: Die-Cast "Clover" Bass Tuners; 17:1 Ratio
    Knobs: Black Speed Knobs
    Warranty: Epiphone Limited Lifetime

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  • Favorably Impressed- It's A Keeper

    As reviewed by Cary on 12/24/2014

    I've been reading the rave reviews on this bass from various stores & Talk Bass for sometime now. I happened to see a post that my local GC had just received in a new Alpine White Jack Casady bass ... I had to go check it out. Never had the chance to actually pick one up & plug in to see what all the hype was about. I was thinking this could be a nice replacement to my electric accoustic that is always temperamental to feedback, give me a nice upright sound and also compliment my main 2002 Gibson Les Paul bass. Having a full length 34 neck was important to me as well. When I entered the bass section of the store, it was displayed on a stand in the front ... I have to say it is one sexy looking bass ... catches your eye right off the bat. Picked it up ... nice light weight compared to my Les Paul. Proceeded to plug into an amp to check out the tone & playability. 3-position impedance selector switch 50, 250 & 500 ... one volume control & one tone control knob. Good solid & smooth feel to both the impedence selector switch & control adjustment knobs. It had roundwound strings which were a little too bright for my liking. Lots of tone variation with the control adjustment. The impedence selector on 50 provided a clean "accoustic" voice, with a lower amplified volume. I preferred the 500 setting with the tone control rolled back for a fuller, punchy bass tone ... Sounded great !!! I was already thinking of putting on some flatwounds when I get it home. The appearance & fit were flawless. Even the ends of the frets along the neck were smooth ... sometimes overlooked with less expensive guitars. The set-up needed to be tweaked, which I did at home. As mentioned above, I replaced the strings with flatwound mediums and reset the action & intonation. I do have to say that I'm not a fan of the 3 point bridge, but once set up ... no fret buzz & set on intonation. Absolutely love the flatwound sound!! IMO you can't go wrong with this bass for the money.

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