Fender has always relied on a stable screw connection between neck and body, which promotes a crisp response, while Gibson, for example, relies on glued necks for a harmonious sound development. The “Neck Through” construction, which is mainly used by Ibanez, Spector or ESP, is also elaborate. With these electric basses, the neck extends through the entire instrument under the bass strings and thus promotes a long and evenly decaying sustain.
This entry-level priced Classic Series model comes finished in a vintage dark red and mounted with a 3-ply, red pearloid pickguard. We stock a vast variety of bass guitars at Rich Tone Music, from classics such as Precision and Jazz Fender Bass Guitars or Gibson Thunderbirds, to newer, sleek looking Ibanez Bass Guitars and even Acoustic Bass Guitars. This lefty P-style bass guitar has a split single-coil pickup and white pickguard. For those that have always wanted to take … Read More