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Rhapsody has lots of basses to try out and find the perfect fit. Browse the brands and find the quality instrument you've been looking for.
We have a wide range of Epiphone basses in stock including SG's, Thunderbirds, and the venerable Jack Cassidy Signature...
Precisions, Jaguars, Jazz, etc... A bass steeped in history so you can make yours.
Check out Peavey's award winning bass line at Rhapsody!
Classic looks, feel, and power. Jazz, Jaguar, Precision, and more!
The Jackson bloodline began back in the late 1970s, when heavy music experienced a flamboyant and virtuosic resurgence in popularity and a small Southern California guitar repair shop became the epicenter of a new level of shred-approved excellence. Ever since then, Jackson guitars have been universally lauded as the metal guitars; the shred machines, highly-original, high-performance instruments of distinctive style and formidable substance. From metals chart-topping peaks to its darkest recesses, for discerning guitarists all over the globe, Jackson is the only way to go.
Affinity J Bass (5 string)
Consisting mostly of 4-string models as well as the 5-string RBX375, this lineup is designed for playability first and foremost. For the professional bassist in search of an every-day instrument that's ready to take on the road, it's hard to beat Yamaha's TRBX basses. These intermediate to entry-level performance instruments are a bit more stage-oriented than the RBX, but they're every bit as accessible.
With the desire to maintain their status as a high-end, custom guitar maker, but wanting to offer a more moderately priced brand for wider distribution, ESP added the LTD brand in 1996. Offering many of the superb features of ESP guitars, the LTD brand has allowed a much broader range of musicians (including first-time buyers) to affordably take advantage of the company's products.
The grand dad of American guitar companies, Gretsch® is as vibrant today as it was when it was founded in 1883. The classic from Eddie Cochran to Chet Atkins to George Harrison to Stephen Stills to Brian Setzer...this is it, the look, the sound, the legend.
Stuart Spector first began producing handmade basses in his Brooklyn workshop in 1976. Not content to mimic conventional designs, Stuart recruited fellow Brooklyn woodworker Ned Steinberger to design an instrument that was better suited for the modern bassist. This design, referred to as the Spector NS-1, took the bass world by storm upon its release in 1977.
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