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Dean EAB Acoustic-Electric Bass
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      Dean EAB Acoustic-Electric Bass (519943)
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A phenomenal value on a sweet-toned, easy-playing bass!

The Dean EAB Acoustic-Electric Bass is a full-sized bass guitar that produces a deeper, fuller tone than basses costing much more. 34" scale, easy-playing neck. Case sold separately.

Dean EAB Acoustic-Electric Bass Features:

  • Select Spruce Top
    Mahogany Body
    34" Scale
    1-5/8" Nut
    Set Mahogany C Neck
    Rosewood Fingerboard
    Pearl Dot Inlays
    Sealed Die Cast Tuners
    Celluloid Binding / Rosette
    Rosewood Bridge
    Dean Passive Preamp




Dean EAB Acoustic-Electric Bass

5 year parts and labor warranty against defects.

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  • Worth Twice the Money

    As reviewed by Gibbonboy on 11/21/2007

    I recently received this guitar as a totally unexpected gift from my best friends (nice, huh?). I have played in bands on and off for about 15 years now, everything from punk to jazz fusion. I never really fooled with a bass, and had been looking for a cheap "starter" bass for a while. The idea of an acoustic really fits what I want in an instrument, no ticked-off neighbors, but plenty of sound when I want it. I've been playing this bass daily for several months now, and other than the necessary truss rod adjust and new strings, this is ready to go out of the box. Speaking of box, this bass is much longer than most "acoustic bass" cases out there. Make sure to measure twice, fit your actual model if you can. I'm still carrying mine in the box, have to make a special trip to the store to find a case that really fits. The sound is plenty loud enough to keep up with acoustic guitars. I've not plugged into a bass amp, so I can't speak to the functionality of the pickup. I use this for practicing at home, and jamming with friends. Sure I'll get an electric soon, but this is just plain enjoyable to play on, really kept up my interest in the bass. The finish on mine is kind of wavy (I have the black) but I didn't buy it for its looks. I've wasted more money on dinner and a movie, so even if it was marginally functional, it would be a bargain. But it actually plays and sounds better than a friend's much-more-expensive EAB, so I'd call this a super-bargain.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • First impressions are usually correct!

    As reviewed by Craig Ross on 5/11/2013

    I never saw this guitar in person before I had purchased it, BIG mistake! Never buy a guitar without fitting it to yourself. If it doesn't feel comfortable for you to hold naturally, then you know it isn't gonna feel comfortable to play. Anyways, back to the review of this DEAN EAB(C). When I first received this guitar, the first thing I wanted to do with it was to return it. I should have. I bought this Bass from Guitar Center, from this web site, back in 2010. Then, when I first received it, the neck had a minor twist to it at the thirteenth fret into fret twelve, it had a nice hump on the bottom of the neck where G & G# is located for a second time but an octave higher. But I don't like shipping stuff back so I corrected that problem myself. But as time went on and wear and tear occurs, it just so happens that wear and tear really took it's toll out on this DEAN bass prematurely cause the fret board(finger board) has started to peel away from the neck up by the nut where F, F# & G are under the E string frets 1, 2 & 3. Cool huh? Three years old and the guitar is already shot out. But the wear and tear really doesn't bother me because I only used the acoustic bass to practice hammering, slapping & popping quickly, and to practice fingering to keep fingering speed at a decent rate so it doesn't sound like a pulse rate or gallop. Hammering strings, slapping and popping strings, and maintaining a decent rhythm while fingering strings instead of strumming them with a pick on an acoustic bass guitar is loud enough inside of an apartment.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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  • Sending back

    As reviewed by susan sorrell on 3/26/2013

    The plate that holds the tone and volume control was missing a screw and the other was very loose. Everything else seems alright but did noy play it extensively. Did get some fret buzz on E string as others noted. Will see what happens in the process of returning and getting a new one sent-will write again then.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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