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Stagg Electric 4-String Upright Electric Double Bass with Bag

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Stagg EDB 3/4 scale electric doube bass is ideally suited to the electric bass player who wants to play an upright bass. The Stagg EDB is also a great choice for upright bass players looking for a pratical adaptable solution to low noise practicing and limited stage space when performancing live.

With extraordinarily high fidelity, the Stagg EDB electric double bass features a noise free sound reproduction that captures the pleasingly woody aspect of an acoustic double bass. The EDB series also features a headphone out for silent practice as well as a CD/MP3 input to play along with your favorite artists.

Stagg EDB Electric Double Bass Features

  • Solid maple construction
  • State of the art active electronics specially designed for natural doubla bass sound
  • Volume and bass controls
  • 1/4 inch output jack
  • 1/8 inch stereo mini-jack input for CD/MP3 player
  • 1/8 inch stereo mini-jack output for headphones
  • Includes heavy duty gig bag with two inner compartments for accessories and an outer compartment for bow
  • Lifetime Warranty

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This bass is my best friend
What is your overall opinion of this product?
First, this bass is awesome. I get a lot of compliments on the look of it. I felt ridiculous playing it at first because it is a stick on a pole, but quickly got past that once I played a few shows and heard the feedback from folks who genuinely enjoyed it.
What is your opinion of the quality of this product? How does it work for different genres of music?
Overall it's built very well. Everything that can break on the gig bag has broken (plastic strap parts, zipper pulls) but they are easy fixes. The bass itself also feels like the tuners are going to fall out. They don't, but they are slanted. I've tried re-tightening them into place but that's just the way they are going to be.
Are the features on the product what you were expecting? What are your favorite features?
I would like to adjust the angle of the bridge but it's part of the bass. The best you can do is raise and lower it, but it's not like a traditional upright where you can shave a different shape. This isn't a breaking point for me, as it does not inconvenience playing arco. There is enough of a curve to play comfortably.
Heavy, fast, chunky? How was the neck? Are the controls easy to get to while playing?
The controls (all 2 of them) are right in front of you the whole time. The knobs feel sturdy and don't make a horribly noise when you move them. The neck feels great, the scale of the bass is spot on.
How is the tone? Bright and snappy? Dark and smooth? Were the pickups hot, mellow, thick or thin?
I've played this through a few amps and have been able to find a great tone in all of them. 25w 8", 300w 4x10 cab, some expensive 2x12 cab, some other bands backlined amps. I use a boss me-50b with a flat eq, a soft compressor and helicore hybrids and it cuts through the mix with it's higher frequency definition while thumping out low end. This is a high output instrument, so if anything you are constantly trying to stop it from overloading the first item in your chain. Also, the entire bass is a pickup, so any taps or movement can be heard right through your amp. Just be careful with it. I've not heard the floor through it (as in, feedback from things around me). I'm considering a standard upright bridge pickup as a 2nd option for tone so I am not battery dependent.
Did you get what you were expecting for the price? How does it compare to similar products in the same price range?
I went for this because it had the best reviews for 1. what it was and 2. the price. It's not a $1400 bass, but it's also not a POS. It's quite decent and if this is your $700 introduction into upright, you're going to get your value for it.
How was the action out of the box?
Out of the box it is decently set. It needed a bit of adjustment to get it to where it was near Rufus Reid's bridge dimensions (the E string being further away from the fingerboard than the G string) and the strings the bass comes with are purely pizz. strings. I saved them as backups, but they aren't doing you any favors to keep them on.
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