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Item Reviews for: Epiphone EB0 Electric Bass Guitar  -  EPI EBG0 LIST

Perfect for Studio Bass
By: Tom Evan from Orlando, Fl      Submitted: 6/6/2014

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big punch small price
By: f.j. carver from ne w orleans.La. U.S.A.      Submitted: 3/8/2013

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Quality Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable? amazing that epi punches out inst.this good for this low price. Gibson used to set the scale but the Gibson products as of late leave a lot to be desired for their premium price. I have seen Gibson with neck problems wood splits the bodies of a batch of sg 6 strings were so rough on the backs that it appeared like divits and finished over these obvious flaws. reminds me of when Gibson was bought by norlin co/amf in the late 70's around the time the co. screwed up Harley when they purchased it also. terrible disgrace. the sg's in question were %1399 each I am worried with gibsons quality control as of late. Features What do you consider to be the best features of this product? What features would you add to this product if you could? nothing mechanical its been around over 50 yrs. maybe more color choices. General Your general opinion of this product. great product great price. appears they have quality control in good order. I have one black in color limited edition/custom shop punched out and it is wonderfull. paid $219.00 Tone Bright and snappy? Dark and smooth? Were the pickups hot, mellow, thick, thin? tone knob ranges well with the sidewinder pick up. Finish How did the stain or paint job look? pretty good 31/2-4 stars
FUN, SOUNDS GREAT, AND IS WELL WORTH THE $
By: Ken from San Francisco, CA, USA      Submitted: 8/23/2011

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Quality Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable? Time will tell. But for right now, considering that this is a low-budget instrument, it's excellent. Solid and well-built. Everything looks as it should - No shoddy craftsmanship that slipped through inspection. The bridge and truss rod work as they should. (Actually, the screws to adjust intonation are a little hard to get to; you need a small screwdriver). The tuners are stable. Features What do you consider to be the best features of this product? What features would you add to this product if you could? 1 It's short scale. 2 Has a single pick-up right at the neck, which gives it its particular sound. 3 Pick-up has adjustable poles. 4 A bridge that lets you change strings easily by just dropping them in without having to thread them through small holes (great if you're always experimenting with different sets of strings) Tone Bright and snappy? Dark and smooth? Were the pickups hot, mellow, thick, thin? Tonal range seems a little limited with not a whole lot of nuance, but what it lacks in versatility it makes up for in power and spirit. What it does it does great. I don't play professionally so maybe my standards are different. Very consistent tone from one string to the next. Mine has a rough almost over-driven sound at the low end of the fretboard, and a more buttery tone around the 12th fret and above. Also, sounds best to me when I finger pick right above the pickup or even a little further into the fretboard. Closer to the bridge it sounds a little hollow. Finish How did the stain or paint job look? Well-done. The tint is a satisfying color: Deep red and clear enough to highlight the wood grain. No drips or cloudy areas or unfinished spots, etc. Mine is B-Stock (great AMS deal) but except for the stamp that says so I probably wouldn't know it
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