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White Electric Bass
White Electric Bass
It's a bit ironic that the subtle look of white also happens to be the finish of choice for some of the most electrifying bass players of our time. Trailblazers like Dee Dee of The Ramones, Steve Harris of Iron Maiden and Mark Hoppus of Blink 182 have all delivered legendary performances with white electric bass guitars. If you're in the market for a new white electric bass, you've just hit the jackpot: the models in this section come to you from trusted brands like Fender, Ernie Ball Music Man, Epiphone and Rogue. Whether you're a punk rocker, headbanger, funk groover or jazz extraordinaire, there's a white electric bass on this page that matches your budget and tastes.
If you're a newcomer to the bass, your best bet is to start with something on the more affordable side of things to see if the instrument is right for you. There are many basses here in the $100-$300 range, including the Squier Affinity Series Precision Bass PJ and the Tobias Toby Standard-IV Electric Bass. For players with smaller arms, you might want to consider a short-scale bass guitar like the Ibanez GSRM20 Mikro. These white electric basses, along with many others, are top sellers that won't cost you an arm and a leg; feel free to give them a closer look.
Now, for all you experienced bassists who want an instrument that showcases your skills in all their glory, you'll be more than impressed with your range of choices here. Powerhouses like the Fender American Standard Jazz Bass with Maple Fingerboard and the Ernie Ball Music Man Classic Stingray 4 Electric Bass Guitar were designed with the professional in mind. There are even signature model basses here, like the Fender Mark Hoppus Signature Bass Guitar and the Epiphone Limited Edition Jack Casady Electric Bass Guitar - both of which were made to the exact specs of the famous bassists they're named after.
From fretless basses to 5-string workhorses and even models with active pickups (ideal for metalheads who want more volume control over their pickups), you could not have stumbled upon a more varied list of white electric bass guitars. So enjoy browsing, and remember to take your time - by doing so, you can be confident that the white electric bass you ultimately choose is the right one.