Epiphone EB3 Electric Bass Guitar

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The Epiphone EB3 takes professional features and makes them affordable. This bass is for beginners and pro-Players. Solid Mahogany construction featuring a set mahogany neck with a nut width of 1.65 inches, it feels great and is very playable. The Electronics include the Sidewinder pickup for depth, and The Mini-Humbucker gives body and detail. Trapezoid-Inlays give this bass a nice vintage look with a modern Sound suitable for players of all genres and skill levels.

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Phone:  615-871-4500 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime Warranty

Product Specifications

Product Specifications

Epiphone EB3 Specifications

  • Pickups - Sidewinder/Mini-Humbucker
  • Hardware - Chrome
  • Scale - 34 inch
  • Nut Width - 1.65 inch
  • Neck - Set
  • Neck Material - Mahogany
  • Fingerboard/Inlay - Rosewood/Trapezoid
  • Body Material - Mahogany
  • Case: Optional. Click Here!



Customer Reviews

Shawn Submitted: 12/6/2018
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Love it
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Excellent product great value
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David Submitted: 9/20/2017
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Great action sounds beautiful
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Thank you AMS, got my bass in 3 days. Love the action on it, sounds great
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Pat Submitted: 1/29/2017
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Epiphone EB3
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After I straightened the neck,set the string height & set the intonation, it is a very playable good sounding bass. It is neck heavy but that is to be expected!
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Peter Submitted: 10/25/2015
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It's a gamble
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Real talk the bass is beautiful to look at the sound quality from the pickups have a good solid punch and it has some diversity to it, it's pretty comfy to play, but you need to keep a hold on it because it is neck heavy and sinks down, now here is the negative, they sent it to me with a high nut, unfinished frets that needed to be filed down, so right away I had terrible fret buzz, I do lutherie on the side so I was disappointed with the work that had to go into it, but outside of that with a proper set up and some upgraded parts this bass is pretty good, maybe I just got a bad draw on mine, because it felt unfinished.
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Dorian Adams Submitted: 5/20/2015
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Best Bass for the money and then some
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What a pleasant surprise. Beautiful instrument. Set up was near perfect for me and the bass arrived in tune which is amazing. Beautiful piece of mahagonay. Way Better than my Ibanez that it replace and that was $1000 Verdine White. Great pickups, great neck, great setup. Crazy good bass for the money .
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Michael Wysmierski Submitted: 5/12/2015
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Excellent Bass Guitar
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First off... I've been playing guitar and bass for a long long time. I've played the good, the bad, and the ugly. I've had custom instruments made for me. I've graduated from recording school. I've been in the music business for 49 years. So, I know what I'm talking about. The Epiphone EB3 is one well constructed instrument. It is also quite heavy. The mahogany wood of the body gives it a wonderful deep resonant sound. The rosewood fingerboard is really beautiful with excellent fret work, and it gives off a nice warm sound. (It would be nice if Epiphone offered the EB3 with a pau ferro fingerboard.) The neck is more on the fat side than thin and may be a little difficult to play if you have small hands. The 34 inch scale neck is nice and long and a breeze to play, but it is also top heavy which means if you don't support it, it goes down, down, down. The pickups are really amazing. Between the Sidewinder and Mini-Humbucker, I'm able to get the sound I want. The bridge is rock solid. The hardware is really nice. The weakest point on the EB3, for me, are the tuners, which I will eventually change in the future. But don't get me wrong, the tuners are quite good and definitely keep their tuning. The strings supplied with the bass were quite good, which was a nice surprise. The set-up of the EB3 I received was spot on for me. I didn't have to make any adjustments at all. The truth is... The Epiphone EB3 bass is an amazing bass no matter what the price is.
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J Wilson Submitted: 10/10/2014
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Nice bass, great value!
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Great value for a bass with great vintage tone & style.
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Jonny Noble, jlm4676@yahoo.com Submitted: 3/9/2013
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A lot of bang for the buck
This is a very well constructed guitar. Solid as a rock. When I got it home, a quick tweek of the truss rod and voila great little guitar
All you need, that's for sure.
Tone is great, again; thanks to the 3 position pickup selector...easy to have 3 distinct sounds at your finger tips.
Your general opinion of this product.
Great, retro style guitar
Plays and feels very good. I'm a fan of that type of neck...this thing is heavy.
Any tone you want can be delivered.
I was amazed at how good this guitar looked.
I did need to adjust the truss rod initially, other than that, she was ready to go.
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Ford Prefect from Glenview, IL USA Submitted: 4/26/2012
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When the real deal (GibsonEB3) is a little out of range, this guitar is the next best thing.
Very well made. Sturdy as a mule.
The body style. Takes me back to my youth when Townshend was my hero, and his SG just captivated me. Since my my semi-pro work made me a bass player, I finally realized that I should have been buying EB3s all along just to emulate the feel of the SG I always wanted. The SG style just has that indefinable something that makes it the epitome of "electric guitar."
Creamy (no Jack Bruce pun--honest!).
The accessibility of the fretboard and the shorter neck make the EB3 feel almost like a six-string.
Spicy variety. Fills the bill for most tunes that our group plays.
Outstanding. I just wish Gibson/Epiphone would stick to one style of pickguard for at least a couple of years. They're all great, but some are greater than others.
Great. Great for people with wide hands but do not have Jeff spider fingers
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Jon from Chicago, IL USA Submitted: 4/26/2012
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Stellar Deal!
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Great
A bit heavey, controls are easy to work with...
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Great
Tuners are awesome!
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