The only way to get that classic Danelectro sound is… to play a Danelectro! Heard on countless rock and R&B recordings, the Longhorn bass was famously played by John Entwhistle of The Who, among others.
First made in 1958, this squawky short scale bass is loved for its distinctive sound. Get the right EQ on your signal, and this bass creates a nice low thump that is melodic and percussive at the same time.
- 1958 longhorn bass body shape
- 29.75″ short-scale neck
- Number of frets: 24
- Traditional bridge with single rosewood saddle
- 2 high output, high impedance lipstick pickups
- 2 stacked volume/tone control sets