Hello, I have been able to save up enough money to buy a new bass and I was wondering about the sound of the Long Scale (34" length) Epiphone EB-3 Bass.. The sort of music I play is faster old school sounding punk and Im looking for a tone that would sound growly and not too dull (that old short scale EB bass sound).
The ESP F-104 bass not only looks nasty, it's 35" scale and ESP-designed SB-4 pickups with active EQ lend themselves especially well to crushing, de-tuned sounds. Tune to D or C with heavy strings or string up B-E-A-D for brutal low end. Has a wildly sculpted agathis body, bolt-on maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, dot fretboard inlays with the model name at 12th fret, 24 extra-jumbo frets, and chrome hardware.
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The Schecter Guitar Research Stiletto Extreme-4 is an electric bass that delivers the ideal combination of hard-hitting Schecter sound and jaw-dropping aesthetics. The Stiletto Extreme-4 bass has a lower-cutaway mahogany body, exquisite figured maple top, maple neck, and 24-jumbo-fret rosewood fingerboard that provide a uniquely awesome playing experience.
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