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Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod

Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod

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Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
Best Choice Products 22-Fret Full Size Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar w/ 4-Band Equalizer, Adjustable Truss Rod
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Features

  • ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC BASS: This bass guitar is equipped with a 4-band EQ-7545R bass preamp to produce high-quality sound, for hours of musical enjoyment
  • 4-BAND PREAMP: Experiment and customize your sound with built-in volume control; a 4-band equalizer adjusts bass, middle, treble, and presence
  • QUALITY MATERIALS: Durable wood composition creates a rich, beautiful sound, great for unplugged jam sessions or performances
  • FINISHED WOOD: Crafted with an attractive inlay, chrome die-cast tuners, and a glossy finish for an aesthetic look, and designed with a cutaway shape for maximum comfort while playing
  • FOR BEGINNERS OR PROS: Ready to use right out of the box, it's perfect for beginning bassists or professionals who want to practice on-the-go

Description

Read more Product Development Products mean a little more at BCP. We work hard to build innovative, popular, and timeless items that will thrive in your home. Behind your favorite Best Choice Product is a team developing the next best thing! High-Quality Standards When building our products, BCP does the heavy lifting for you. Before an item makes it to your home, it must first pass quality tests and our final stamp of approval. Every step of a product counts, and we never compromise high-quality. Family Shopping Learn for the first time or refine your skills with quality-made instruments that provide maximum family fun. Whether it’s strumming away, keeping count on drums, or going classic with ivory keys, your sound is waiting! Read more


Item Weight: 5.5 pounds


Product Dimensions: 45.5 x 18.3 x 49 inches


Item model number: SKY425


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: February 13, 2009


Body Material: Wood


Color Name: Blue


Fretboard Material: Rosewood


Guitar Pickup Configuration: Humbucker


Neck Material Type: Mahogany


Number of Strings: 6


Material Type: Wood


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Color: Blue


Features

  • ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC BASS: This bass guitar is equipped with a 4-band EQ-7545R bass preamp to produce high-quality sound, for hours of musical enjoyment
  • 4-BAND PREAMP: Experiment and customize your sound with built-in volume control; a 4-band equalizer adjusts bass, middle, treble, and presence
  • QUALITY MATERIALS: Durable wood composition creates a rich, beautiful sound, great for unplugged jam sessions or performances
  • FINISHED WOOD: Crafted with an attractive inlay, chrome die-cast tuners, and a glossy finish for an aesthetic look, and designed with a cutaway shape for maximum comfort while playing
  • FOR BEGINNERS OR PROS: Ready to use right out of the box, it's perfect for beginning bassists or professionals who want to practice on-the-go

Description

Read more Product Development Products mean a little more at BCP. We work hard to build innovative, popular, and timeless items that will thrive in your home. Behind your favorite Best Choice Product is a team developing the next best thing! High-Quality Standards When building our products, BCP does the heavy lifting for you. Before an item makes it to your home, it must first pass quality tests and our final stamp of approval. Every step of a product counts, and we never compromise high-quality. Family Shopping Learn for the first time or refine your skills with quality-made instruments that provide maximum family fun. Whether it’s strumming away, keeping count on drums, or going classic with ivory keys, your sound is waiting! Read more


Item Weight: 5.5 pounds


Product Dimensions: 45.5 x 18.3 x 49 inches


Item model number: SKY425


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: February 13, 2009


Body Material: Wood


Color Name: Blue


Fretboard Material: Rosewood


Guitar Pickup Configuration: Humbucker


Neck Material Type: Mahogany


Number of Strings: 6


Material Type: Wood


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC BASS: This bass guitar is equipped with a 4-band EQ-7545R bass preamp to produce high-quality sound, for hours of musical enjoyment
  • 4-BAND PREAMP: Experiment and customize your sound with built-in volume control; a 4-band equalizer adjusts bass, middle, treble, and presence
  • QUALITY MATERIALS: Durable wood composition creates a rich, beautiful sound, great for unplugged jam sessions or performances
  • FINISHED WOOD: Crafted with an attractive inlay, chrome die-cast tuners, and a glossy finish for an aesthetic look, and designed with a cutaway shape for maximum comfort while playing
  • FOR BEGINNERS OR PROS: Ready to use right out of the box, it's perfect for beginning bassists or professionals who want to practice on-the-go

Description

Read more Product Development Products mean a little more at BCP. We work hard to build innovative, popular, and timeless items that will thrive in your home. Behind your favorite Best Choice Product is a team developing the next best thing! High-Quality Standards When building our products, BCP does the heavy lifting for you. Before an item makes it to your home, it must first pass quality tests and our final stamp of approval. Every step of a product counts, and we never compromise high-quality. Family Shopping Learn for the first time or refine your skills with quality-made instruments that provide maximum family fun. Whether it’s strumming away, keeping count on drums, or going classic with ivory keys, your sound is waiting! Read more


Item Weight: 5.5 pounds


Product Dimensions: 45.5 x 18.3 x 49 inches


Item model number: SKY425


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: February 13, 2009


Body Material: Wood


Color Name: Blue


Fretboard Material: Rosewood


Guitar Pickup Configuration: Humbucker


Neck Material Type: Mahogany


Number of Strings: 6


Material Type: Wood


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tom and Laurie - Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2016
A great acoustic electric bass, fantastic price !
Sometimes, you can buy an inexpensive instrument and it will sound great. This is one of those instruments. I hope my post helps others, I’ve been playing acoustic guitar, bass guitar and other instruments for more than 30 years. Here is the breakdown on this acoustic electric bass guitar. What came in the box: 1) On the box, the guitar was made by Sky Enterprise, the model of this bass is 427 for the one that is natural color. 2) The box came with pick guard that has a Self Adhesive sticker on the back. I am glad that the manufacturer is giving the owner the option. To me, I like the way the bass looks without it, but end game... it depends if the player heavily uses a pick or not.. some do. 3) There was no hex wench for the truss rod, however I have ones that fit already.. so no big deal on that. 4) The guitar did have foam wrapping inside, and then just the thin outside box. I think that there should have been another external box for more protection. Physical condition / Fit and Finish: 1) Unlike others that have posted, on the one I got... “no” scratches or other damage. The body is perfect! There is abalone for the rosette, and the front top wood may be spruce, the sides and back very much do look like mahogany. 2) The fretboard is supposedly rosewood, and it was “very dry”, I put 3 dime sized drops of Old English lemon oil (not polish) to condition the fretboard. The strings were not tight (as they should) so it was easy to rub in the oil. 3) The “BC” that is on the head stock was very faded, and not to noticeable unless you get in close to the guitar. I don't think that was intentional by the manufacturer, however I very much like the way the logo looks. It's not pronounced. more faded with the wood itself. 4) There is a strap bottom on the very bottom of the guitar and another one of the side of the “neck” toward the body, not sure if that was added as an after thought as I read some posts here on Amazon that there was no 2nd strap button. 5) The built in equalizer is a model: EQ-7545R which you can find by itself on Amazon. The volume knob does not seem too solid, so be careful about that when your turning that volume knob, the other sliders on the EQ, seem good. The battery check light works. Also note that the 9-volt battery is installed and has plastic wrap on it, so you have to pull the battery compartment out and then take that plastic wrap off..don’t forget about that. Sound / Playability: 1) All the frets are fine, they seem to be all the right height.. no dead spots.. nothing. The ends of the frets are "dressed", no need to file them. 2) I did have to tighten the truss rod, that that helped bring down the string height. The white saddle the the strings goes over on the bridge, that piece does come out, and I took down “half” of the material using a dermel rotary tool, then a flat metal file and that also helped get the strings height lowered for better playability. Don’t forget to look on YouTube for instructions on adjusting the truss rod and saddle, "you can" do the basic set up yourself. It's more of a feel, see and play "thing"... more than anything else. 3) Some people in the comments has said that the biggest string, the “E” string does not sound loud enough when the guitar is plugged into an amplifier. Try adjusting the equalizer settings, take down “higher end” on the right of the guitar equalizer and then turn up the “mid” or “high” on your amplifier, that may balance out the sound more. 4) The bridge looks more like a classical style bridge. It has no bridge pins, only holes that go thru the bridge itself. I went with light gauge D'Addario Strings, which I may return for some phosphor acoustic ones, not 100% on that. Another idea, is Nylon strings. Also to note, buy bass guitar strings that are short scale. Also to add, that light strings tend to be brighter, but the upside of that, they are easier to press down and \ fret and also less tension on the neck and bridge. 5) The strings that comes with the guitar, are “ok” for the short term, but I can see physical imperfections of the strings themselves, like the wounds are mushed up in some areas of each string. There is plenty of new ones to choose from on Amazon. Final Conclusion: This electric acoustic bass guitar is a Christmas present but I needed to check out that there was not any outstanding issues with it. From what I can see, this is perfect. I have not seen any acoustic electric bass guitars, that the body has that cutaway shape in this low price range.. anywhere. It’s definitely worth buying 100%… Have a great holiday season! - Tom

5.0 out of 5 stars
By epiSlash - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2017
Excellent Bass Guitar!
Having played guitar and bass for a long time I just wanted a bass to mess around with at home. Seeing the high reviews on such a cheap bass, I thought I'd give this one a shot and I am so happy I went with this one. It arrived fast from fed ex on a Saturday. All I did was tune it and played. It's AMAZING for the price. I could not believe this only cost $80. It sounds like it should've been more. Only thing I did was take a little old English furniture polish and spread some with a q-top under the strings and onto the fretboard. The fretboard is a little dry as I saw other people also say. Other than that, I tuned it and played it within 3 minutes of unpackinging it. I lugged my old bass amp I had sitting in my attic down and plugged it in to test the electronics. It played every string loud and clear through the amp. People said the low E was hardly noticable through an amp. Not mine. They all were heard. An excellent bass guitar for a beginner to an expert. All around 5 stars for sure. I would def recommend it if you're looking for an acoustic/electric bass for whatever reason you want to use it for. I love just grabbing it and playing along to my favorite songs n my iPad. 2 thumbs up! If you are torn between this a couple other ones, 100% go with this one, you will not be disappointed.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By jen - Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2018
needed a lot of work to be playable
see pics for details. -arrived slightly damaged. wood part that holds the saddle and strings was slightly chipped. -SO many cosmetic issues. fret dots along the neck are not all the same shading and not in a straight line. -fretboard looks like unfinished wood, but looked much better after some fretboard oil -rough wood in bridge - unfinished and has pieces of wood grain sticking out -wood of the nut isn't even cut to fit the entirety of the fretboard width -chipping inside the bass -saddle also doesn't sit straight up into its slot. once the strings are tightened, it leans forward (because the pressure of the strings are pulling it).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Eric A Moberg Sr. - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018
Great bass for the price
I trained as a classical musician since 2nd grade in the 50's. Got into a rock band in highschool in the 60's and had all the classic basses, Fender P bass, Hofner Beatle,etc. and my favorite, the semi hollow body Guild Starfire. Sounded the most like an upright. In the 70's, married with kids stopped playing and sold my equiptment. Now retired I wanted to get back into playing both bass and guitar with a few friends. For a sub $100 bass the reviews sounded good so I took a chance and ordered from Amazon. The bass arrived in undamaged condition, good protective packaging. This bass hasgreatly exceaded my expectations, the neck needed a small adjustment to lower the action. Other than that the finish is perfect, the bass looks great, the short scale and the thin neck make it a pleasure to play. The eq works great, run the bass through a small 10" practice bass amp set up from Behringer. I'd loved to hear this played through a Fender bassman amp. The strings sounded fine and didn't need to be replaced but I wanted the deeper sound of the up right so I changed they for Rotosound black nylon wound strings. I'd highly recommend them if you want a deeper clean upright sound, had them on my 60's basses and was thrilled to find they still were being manufactured. These strings sound wonderful and are easy to side on and push down and they just look so good on the bass. The tuner pegs worked fine, stays in tune. To conclude: You can spend hundreds more and not find I better acoustic bass. Just because it's not a brand name doesn't mean it isn't being made in the same factory in China as the higher priced bass. Order this befor they are gone!

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tom and Laurie - Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2016
A great acoustic electric bass, fantastic price !
Sometimes, you can buy an inexpensive instrument and it will sound great. This is one of those instruments. I hope my post helps others, I’ve been playing acoustic guitar, bass guitar and other instruments for more than 30 years. Here is the breakdown on this acoustic electric bass guitar. What came in the box: 1) On the box, the guitar was made by Sky Enterprise, the model of this bass is 427 for the one that is natural color. 2) The box came with pick guard that has a Self Adhesive sticker on the back. I am glad that the manufacturer is giving the owner the option. To me, I like the way the bass looks without it, but end game... it depends if the player heavily uses a pick or not.. some do. 3) There was no hex wench for the truss rod, however I have ones that fit already.. so no big deal on that. 4) The guitar did have foam wrapping inside, and then just the thin outside box. I think that there should have been another external box for more protection. Physical condition / Fit and Finish: 1) Unlike others that have posted, on the one I got... “no” scratches or other damage. The body is perfect! There is abalone for the rosette, and the front top wood may be spruce, the sides and back very much do look like mahogany. 2) The fretboard is supposedly rosewood, and it was “very dry”, I put 3 dime sized drops of Old English lemon oil (not polish) to condition the fretboard. The strings were not tight (as they should) so it was easy to rub in the oil. 3) The “BC” that is on the head stock was very faded, and not to noticeable unless you get in close to the guitar. I don't think that was intentional by the manufacturer, however I very much like the way the logo looks. It's not pronounced. more faded with the wood itself. 4) There is a strap bottom on the very bottom of the guitar and another one of the side of the “neck” toward the body, not sure if that was added as an after thought as I read some posts here on Amazon that there was no 2nd strap button. 5) The built in equalizer is a model: EQ-7545R which you can find by itself on Amazon. The volume knob does not seem too solid, so be careful about that when your turning that volume knob, the other sliders on the EQ, seem good. The battery check light works. Also note that the 9-volt battery is installed and has plastic wrap on it, so you have to pull the battery compartment out and then take that plastic wrap off..don’t forget about that. Sound / Playability: 1) All the frets are fine, they seem to be all the right height.. no dead spots.. nothing. The ends of the frets are "dressed", no need to file them. 2) I did have to tighten the truss rod, that that helped bring down the string height. The white saddle the the strings goes over on the bridge, that piece does come out, and I took down “half” of the material using a dermel rotary tool, then a flat metal file and that also helped get the strings height lowered for better playability. Don’t forget to look on YouTube for instructions on adjusting the truss rod and saddle, "you can" do the basic set up yourself. It's more of a feel, see and play "thing"... more than anything else. 3) Some people in the comments has said that the biggest string, the “E” string does not sound loud enough when the guitar is plugged into an amplifier. Try adjusting the equalizer settings, take down “higher end” on the right of the guitar equalizer and then turn up the “mid” or “high” on your amplifier, that may balance out the sound more. 4) The bridge looks more like a classical style bridge. It has no bridge pins, only holes that go thru the bridge itself. I went with light gauge D'Addario Strings, which I may return for some phosphor acoustic ones, not 100% on that. Another idea, is Nylon strings. Also to note, buy bass guitar strings that are short scale. Also to add, that light strings tend to be brighter, but the upside of that, they are easier to press down and \ fret and also less tension on the neck and bridge. 5) The strings that comes with the guitar, are “ok” for the short term, but I can see physical imperfections of the strings themselves, like the wounds are mushed up in some areas of each string. There is plenty of new ones to choose from on Amazon. Final Conclusion: This electric acoustic bass guitar is a Christmas present but I needed to check out that there was not any outstanding issues with it. From what I can see, this is perfect. I have not seen any acoustic electric bass guitars, that the body has that cutaway shape in this low price range.. anywhere. It’s definitely worth buying 100%… Have a great holiday season! - Tom

5.0 out of 5 stars
By epiSlash - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2017
Excellent Bass Guitar!
Having played guitar and bass for a long time I just wanted a bass to mess around with at home. Seeing the high reviews on such a cheap bass, I thought I'd give this one a shot and I am so happy I went with this one. It arrived fast from fed ex on a Saturday. All I did was tune it and played. It's AMAZING for the price. I could not believe this only cost $80. It sounds like it should've been more. Only thing I did was take a little old English furniture polish and spread some with a q-top under the strings and onto the fretboard. The fretboard is a little dry as I saw other people also say. Other than that, I tuned it and played it within 3 minutes of unpackinging it. I lugged my old bass amp I had sitting in my attic down and plugged it in to test the electronics. It played every string loud and clear through the amp. People said the low E was hardly noticable through an amp. Not mine. They all were heard. An excellent bass guitar for a beginner to an expert. All around 5 stars for sure. I would def recommend it if you're looking for an acoustic/electric bass for whatever reason you want to use it for. I love just grabbing it and playing along to my favorite songs n my iPad. 2 thumbs up! If you are torn between this a couple other ones, 100% go with this one, you will not be disappointed.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By jen - Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2018
needed a lot of work to be playable
see pics for details. -arrived slightly damaged. wood part that holds the saddle and strings was slightly chipped. -SO many cosmetic issues. fret dots along the neck are not all the same shading and not in a straight line. -fretboard looks like unfinished wood, but looked much better after some fretboard oil -rough wood in bridge - unfinished and has pieces of wood grain sticking out -wood of the nut isn't even cut to fit the entirety of the fretboard width -chipping inside the bass -saddle also doesn't sit straight up into its slot. once the strings are tightened, it leans forward (because the pressure of the strings are pulling it).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Eric A Moberg Sr. - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018
Great bass for the price
I trained as a classical musician since 2nd grade in the 50's. Got into a rock band in highschool in the 60's and had all the classic basses, Fender P bass, Hofner Beatle,etc. and my favorite, the semi hollow body Guild Starfire. Sounded the most like an upright. In the 70's, married with kids stopped playing and sold my equiptment. Now retired I wanted to get back into playing both bass and guitar with a few friends. For a sub $100 bass the reviews sounded good so I took a chance and ordered from Amazon. The bass arrived in undamaged condition, good protective packaging. This bass hasgreatly exceaded my expectations, the neck needed a small adjustment to lower the action. Other than that the finish is perfect, the bass looks great, the short scale and the thin neck make it a pleasure to play. The eq works great, run the bass through a small 10" practice bass amp set up from Behringer. I'd loved to hear this played through a Fender bassman amp. The strings sounded fine and didn't need to be replaced but I wanted the deeper sound of the up right so I changed they for Rotosound black nylon wound strings. I'd highly recommend them if you want a deeper clean upright sound, had them on my 60's basses and was thrilled to find they still were being manufactured. These strings sound wonderful and are easy to side on and push down and they just look so good on the bass. The tuner pegs worked fine, stays in tune. To conclude: You can spend hundreds more and not find I better acoustic bass. Just because it's not a brand name doesn't mean it isn't being made in the same factory in China as the higher priced bass. Order this befor they are gone!