Wicker Park


Dean EAB Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar

Fully functional, has very small scuffs and scratches in a few spots.

Play acoustic at home, and plug in at jam time -- the Dean EAB bass sounds great either way! On-board electronics let you tweak your sound for any situation. Your First Acoustic-Electric Bass If you're new to bass, then the Dean EAB acoustic-electric bass is a great starter instrument to break your fingers in on. A warm mahogany body yields a nice helping of depth for each note, and a comfy and sturdy mahogany neck gives you 24 frets to play with. A smooth rosewood fingerboard invites your fingers for a comfortable walk up and down each fret, and a Dean passive onboard preamp pumps your signal when it's time to plug in. A steal for the price, the Dean EAB is a great bass to get your fingers warmed up before committing to a pricier instrument further down the road. Finding Your Instrument If you're just beginning to get your ears and fingers used to the feel of playing bass, then the task of finding the right instrument can at times seem daunting. The Dean EAB acoustic-electric bass is the perfect starter bass guitar for you to work on your chops without breaking your wallet. Acoustic-electric basses are perfect for more intimate performances, and they can be a pleasure to strum unplugged on your own in your room or practice space. Spruce Top for Bite -- Mahogany Brings the Body Spruce and mahogany is a classic tonewood pairing for acoustic-electric instruments. The Dean EAB's spruce top offers crisp projection, and an attractive visual aesthetic with its organic grain pattern. Mahogany on the sides and back provides a deep resonance with plenty of body. A hefty dose of the low and middle frequencies makes for a warm tonal experience, unplugged or through an amplifier. Dean Passive Onboard Preamp The Dean passive onboard preamp takes the reverberation of your Dean EAB acoustic-electric bass' spruce and mahogany body, and gets it ready for articulate amplification. You have a volume and a tone control to tweak your sound to your personal taste. Mahogany Neck and Rosewood Fingerboard The mahogany neck on your Dean EAB is topped with a smooth rosewood fingerboard. You have a wide tonal reach of 24 frets to travel up and down. Modest pearl dot fret inlays mark your fret positions, and mahogany helps your strings maintain a pleasant sustain for when you want to let those notes ring out longer in tasteful anticipation.

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