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Epiphone EB-3 Electric Bass Guitar, 2 Pickups, Cherry
- The Epiphone EB-3 bass has mahogany body with a mahogany set neck along with a slimtaper "D" profile neck. The fingerboard is rosewood and has the classic trapezoid inlays.
- This bass is loaded with a Sidewinder Humbucker pickup in the neck and an NYT bass mini humbucker pickup in the bridge and chrome hardware.
- The EB-3 comes with Epiphone's Limited Lifetime Warranty and Gibson 24/7/365 customer service.
- Mahogany body
- NYT Bass Mini-Humbucker pickups
- Rosewood fretboard
- 34" Inch scale
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When first introduced the EB "SG" bass quickly became one of the most attractive and distinctive basses in rock and players like Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones, Cream's Jack Bruce, and The Who's John Entwistle made rock history on SG-style basses. Now, Epiphone presents the EB-3, stunning recreation of the vintage marvel with all the tone and feel of the original without the vintage price tag or vintage problems.
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Now set up is required especial I want and like my own strings so that means set up but this instrument is SOLID
I knocked a star off because the instrument doesn't balance correctly if you play standing up with a strap, it's neck heavy. You can easily fix this by weighting the opposite end or shortening the neck, but for something new do you really want to put that work in? And extra weight is a bad idea, ita heavy enough and you dont want back pain. The other option is to just get used to it. Lastly, I would prefer an instrument with inline tuning but this is alright and its a gibson replica that comes close to the real thing.