Dean EABC 5-String Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Bass

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The Dean Cutaway EAB 5-String Bass Guitar is a full-sized instrument with 34" scale that produces a deeper, fuller tone than bass guitars costing much more. Select spruce top; mahogany back, sides, and neck; rosewood fingerboard; and die-cast chrome tuners. Cosmetic touches include an abalone soundhole inlay and multi-ply binding.

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Features

  • Acoustic-electric bass
  • Select spruce top
  • 34" scale
  • 1-5/8" nut width
  • Chrome die-cast tuners
  • Dean preamp
  • Mahogany back, sides and neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • Abalone soundhole inlay

The Dean Bass is easy to own and easy to play. Order now with the assurance of our dual guarantees.

 
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DeanEABC 5-String Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Bass
 
3.5

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4.0

Surprisingly Good

By Bass Purchaser

from Shirley, MA

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Pros

  • Fairly Big Unamped Sound
  • Good action
  • Stays In Tune
  • Straight Neck

Cons

  • No Active Preamp
  • One Strap Button

Best Uses

  • At-home Noodling
  • Jamming
  • Practicing

Comments about Dean EABC 5-String Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Bass:

I purchased this as a return, 'sharp frets'. Perhaps it was a humidity thing, but they were no sharper than your average new bass frets.

The lack of an internal preamp limits the sound, but use of an outboard preamp fixes that. Considering installing an aftermarket internal preamp, it was inexpensive enough that some Frankensteining is appropriate.

I often end up stringing acoustic 5's w/ a high-C, but this B was pretty good, I'm leaving it be. Even the original strings were OK.

I have had EAB's that were Five times as expensive, yet no better.

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3.0

Dean EAB 5 String

By Mutt

from Illinois

Comments about Dean EABC 5-String Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Bass:

Pretty decent instrument. Big body = good volume for an AB but it also means that it's hard to get comfortable holding it. I'm a bigger guy and I still haven't found a comfy position where my forearm isn't compressed and restricts my playing. The electronics are basically non existent. One sliding tone and one sliding volume button but they're passive so you'll need a preamp for electric play. Overall, good unplugged sound but there are better basses out there for the money.

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