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    Fender Road Worn '60s Jazz Bass
    Your Price $989.99
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    Dean Juggernaut Rosewood FB Bass
    Your Price $263.12
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    Lakland Skyline J-Sonic Rosewood Fretboard 5-String Electric Bass Guitar
    Your Price $952.94
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    MTD Kingston KZ Electric Bass Guitar
    Your Price $610.98
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    B.C. Rich Mockingbird Plus 4-String Electric Bass
    Your Price $263.99
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    Schecter Guitar Research Stiletto-4 Session Left Handed Electric Bass Guitar
    Your Price $603.57
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    Ernie Ball Music Man Classic Stingray 5 5-String Electric Bass Guitar
    Your Price $1,998.57
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    ESP E-II Doris Yeh-D5 5 String Bass Guitar
    Your Price $1,671.12
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    Ibanez SR1205E Left-Handed Premium 5-String Electric Bass
    Your Price $1,115.99
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    Sterling by Music Man RAY34 Classic Active Series Fretless Electric Bass Guitar
    Your Price $743.99
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    Ibanez SR Premium 1200E Electric Bass Guitar
    Your Price $976.49
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    Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray Unlined Fretless Bass
    Your Price $1,562.40
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    Ernie Ball Music Man StingRay 5 HH 5-String Electric Bass Guitar
    Your Price $1,649.97 Was:  $2,049.00
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    Epiphone Thunderbird Pro-IV Bass
    Your Price $499.00
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    Mitchell TB500 Traditional Bass Guitar
    Your Price $499.99
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    Ernie Ball Music Man StingRay HH 4-String Bass
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    Ernie Ball Music Man 40th Anniversary "Old Smoothie" Stingray Electric Bass Guitar
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    Mitchell MB305 5-String Modern Rock Bass with Active EQ
    Your Price $399.99
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    Schecter Guitar Research Stiletto Stage-4 Electric Bass Guitar
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    Mitchell MB300 Modern Rock Bass with Active EQ
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    Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray Electric Bass
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    Mitchell TB505 5-String Traditional Bass Guitar
    Your Price $549.99
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    Mitchell FB700 Fusion Series Bass Guitar with Active EQ
    Your Price $699.99
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Related Post from Riffs
Whether you're in the market for a new bass, or are picking one up for the first time, finding the right instrument is the first step on the road to becoming the best bass player you can be. Researching all that's available will be extremely helpful in making the decision of which electric bass guitar to choose. A bass guitar typically has an appearance and construction similar to an electric guitar, with a longer neck and a range of courses from four to eight strings. Most common is the 4-string bass which is usually tuned to the sound of the double bass, but conveniently comes in a much smaller package.

One of the main things to consider when looking at a 4-string bass (and every bass for that matter) is the material used to make its body. Bass guitars are traditionally made of different varieties of wood and feature a solid, hard-bodied design. Alder is a favorite amongst musicians because it produces a clear, full-bodied sound. For warmer, smoother tones, a mahogany bass might be the one for you. Another aspect to look into is a fretted or fretless electric bass guitar. On a fretted bass, the frets divide the fingerboard into semi tone divisions. These models make learning the bass easier because you have a guide for finger placement. Fretless basses offer a different sound because without frets the strings are directly pressed into the wood of the neck. This produces a softer sound because the string is in direct contact with the musician's finger and also allows you to slide up and down the neck with ease. The electric bass guitar is said to be the cornerstone of the band. It establishes the beat and brings a booming, punchy sound to the music. From Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Paul McCartney of the Beatles, musicians have been playing the bass for decades in modern, mainstream music groups. No matter what skill level you're at right now, these is certainly an electric bass guitar that will meet and exceed all your sound and style needs.

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