Dean EABC Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar

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The Dean EABC Electric Acoustic Bass is the perfect starter bass guitar for the beginning bass player. Now you can play bass with or without an amp! This is a comfortable bass that's loud enough for jam sessions with acoustic guitar players, and has the onboard electronics to let you take it right up on stage. Its comfortable cutaway provides easy access to the upper frets.

For home recording, an acoustic bass is absolutely perfect because you get an incredible sound and you don't have to spend time finding the "sweet spot" miking up a speaker cabinet. Dean is really doin' it right with the Electric Acoustic Bass.

About Dean Guitars - A Quick History Lesson…
Dean Guitars was born in 1976, in the attic of the Chicago suburban childhood home of company founder Dean B. Zelinsky. The eighteen-year-old Zelinsky was convinced that guitar design and manufacturing had hit a wall. Rock music was huge and guitar makers were failing to keep up with the times. The world was ready for a guitar that looked, played, and sounded superior to what was available from manufacturers at that time. Zelinsky had a better idea.

What followed was a line of electric guitars that for the first time allowed players to play to their potential. With its highly visible V-shaped headstock and trademark wing logo, Dean became in effect, the first boutique guitar line in the history of rock music.

These guitars had to be played to be believed, and played they were! Dean guitars started showing up on rock stages worldwide, album covers, and especially on the newly emerging channel called “MTV”. Dean Guitars were featured in the award-winning “MTV Video of the Year” three of the first four years running. By the time Dean created the famous “Spinning Fur Guitars” Dean’s early place in Rock history was firmly cemented.

Over a quarter century later, you can still buy that same USA made boutique Dean Guitar. Today, Dean Guitars has taken that same concept of creating a superior instrument to a whole new level. Dean is now a full line of fretted instruments including electric and acoustic guitars, basses, jazz guitars, resonators, banjos and mandolins. More importantly, Dean is dedicated to delivering these fine quality instruments at a value that is second to none.

    -- No longer do you need to be a platinum selling artist to play Dean!

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Phone:  813-600-3920 Warranty:  5 Years Material and Workmanship

Customer Reviews

Review: S. Reynolds Submitted: 12/16/2018

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.



Great sound for a great price
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Sounds and feels great. It is my first Dean product and I was really surprised at how good it sounded for the price.

Review: Connie from Chicopee Mass USA Submitted: 2/5/2008

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


Great starter bass for the price

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This bass is everything it says it is, and more. I didn't know it had volume, and tone sliders built in. This bass will last me a lifetime. Would have preferred it to have a shinny laquered finish, instead of the satin finish. It still looks great though.

Best feature is how easy it is to play. I haven't played a bass guitar in over 25 years. It has the best of both worlds. It's plenty loud to keep up with acoustic guitars, and it's electirc feature makes it great to amp, or in my case plug into my digital recorder.

Nice action, and with the cutaway, you can play up two octives per string.

Great price for this guitar. This is the only acoustic/electric bass I've found in it's price range. It's easily worth more.

The sound is great plugged in or not. I run it through my Peavey acoustic amp, and into my Fostex MR-8mk2 digital recorder.


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