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Epiphone Jack Casady Signature Semi-Hollow 4 String Bass Guitar, Metallic Gold


Bass legend Jack Casady of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna worked closely with Epiphone engineers to create his popular Signature bass. Jack put special emphasis on the exclusive JCB-1 low-impedance pickup which is the secret behind the natural bass tone that high-impedance and active pickups cannot obtain. Its long-scale semi-hollow Maple body is set to a Mahogany neck with Rosewood fingerboard. Chrome hardware, including a fully-adjustable 3-point bridge.

Product Features

  • Laminate Maple body
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • 34 scale
  • Electric Bass Guitar
  • Rosewood fretboard, 34 scale
  • Chrome hardware, including a fully-adjustable 3-point bridge

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Scooter says:

Simple, but Excellent How they did it is a mystery to me, but this bass has a ton of tone from a single pickup, 2 knobs and a 3-pos switch. It has some of that hollowbody archtop response (“thump”), almost like an upright bass, but it also has amazing sustain if you want it. Tonically, it can go from a Jazz Bass with 30-year-old flatwounds to a Rickenbacker face-ripper with a few tweaks (well, almost). The controls are as simple as it gets: Vol, Tone and the switch. The switch changes the impedance and…

Mrs. T. says:

Hugely disappointed The build quality is fantastic. The finish on the frets is great, the maple body is very nice (looking inside the F-holes, it has a nice grain). The fret markers really stand out, it’s one of the first things people notice. The gold finish was really flawless. The bridge is nickel. This neck goes to the body, it is not a bolt on neck. Very smooth joint and perfectly fit. This bass is not a neck through with wings. The body is mostly hollow except for the part where the bridge mounts. Full…

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