The bass guitar is used to play low musical sounds called "bass lines" in many styles of music such as rock, pop, country, jazz fusion and many more.
A bass guitar is a plucked string instrument built in the style of an electric guitar but producing lower frequencies. It produces sound when its metal bass strings vibrate over one or more magnetic pickups
Basses are primarily played by plucking, slapping, popping, strumming, thumping or picking with a pick. ... The bass guitar works very similar to an electric guitar, in that you pluck the string, it vibrates and then that vibration is sent through an electronic signal through an amplifier.
- Body Material: Linden
- Fret: 24
- Neck Material: Maple
- Fingerboard Material: Rosewood
- Hardware: Chrome Die cast
- Pickups: S-S-S
- Joint: Bolt-On
- Controls: 2 Volume, 2 tone
- Finish: High gloss