Left Handed Bass Guitars

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Music Man Stingray MM250 Honey Burst « Lefthanded E BassMusic Man Stingray MM250 Honey Burst, Lefthanded E Bass£ 1.547,- Rickenbacker Standard 4003FG « Lefthanded E BassRickenbacker Standard 4003FG, Lefthanded E Bass£ 2.184,- Ibanez Soundgear SR300EL-IPT « Lefthanded E BassIbanez Soundgear SR300EL-IPT, Lefthanded E Bass£ 285,- Squier Vintage Modified Jazzbass RW 3TS « Lefthanded E BassSquier Vintage Modified Jazzbass RW 3TS, Lefthanded E Bass£ 280,- ESP LTD B-50 BK LH « Lefthanded E BassESP LTD B-50 BK LH, Lefthanded E Bass£ 231,- Ibanez Soundgear SR375EL-AWB « Lefthanded E BassIbanez Soundgear SR375EL-AWB, Lefthanded E Bass£ 386,- Sandberg California TM5 BKB « Lefthanded E BassSandberg California TM5 BKB, Lefthanded E Bass£ 1.521,- Ibanez Soundgear SR370EL-AWB « Lefthanded E BassIbanez Soundgear SR370EL-AWB, Lefthanded E Bass£ 343,- Sandberg California VM4 RW 3TSB « Lefthanded E BassSandberg California VM4 RW 3TSB, Lefthanded E Bass£ 1.096,- G&L Tribute L-2000 Natur RW « Lefthanded E BassG&L Tribute L-2000 Natur RW, Lefthanded E Bass£ 718,- ESP LTD B-206SM NS LH « Lefthanded E BassESP LTD B-206SM NS LH, Lefthanded E Bass£ 601,- Squier Vintage Modified Jazzbass 70s « Lefthanded E BassSquier Vintage Modified Jazzbass 70s, Lefthanded E Bass£ 317,- Höfner Ignition Beatles Bass VSB LH « Lefthanded E BassHöfner Ignition Beatles Bass VSB LH, Lefthanded E Bass£ 257,- Fender American Pro Jazz Bass LH RW 3TS « Lefthanded E BassFender American Pro Jazz Bass LH RW 3TS, Lefthanded E Bass£ 1.547,- Fender American Pro Jazz Bass LH RW BK « Lefthanded E BassFender American Pro Jazz Bass LH RW BK, Lefthanded E Bass£ 1.625,- Fender American Pro Jazz Bass LH RW SNG « Lefthanded E BassFender American Pro Jazz Bass LH RW SNG, Lefthanded E Bass£ 1.547,- Fender American Pro P-Bass LH RW 3TS « Lefthanded E BassFender American Pro P-Bass LH RW 3TS, Lefthanded E Bass£ 1.547,- Fender American Pro P-Bass LH RW BK « Lefthanded E BassFender American Pro P-Bass LH RW BK, Lefthanded E Bass£ 1.521,- Fender American Pro P-Bass LH RW OWT « Lefthanded E BassFender American Pro P-Bass LH RW OWT, Lefthanded E Bass£ 1.547,- Fender Standard Jazzbass Black « Lefthanded E BassFender Standard Jazzbass Black, Lefthanded E Bass£ 592,- Fender Standard Jazzbass PF BS « Lefthanded E BassFender Standard Jazzbass PF BS, Lefthanded E Bass£ 592,- Hagstrom Viking Bass VS « Lefthanded E BassHagstrom Viking Bass VS, Lefthanded E Bass£ 627,- Sandberg California TT4 Soft Aged MN CRM « Lefthanded E BassSandberg California TT4 Soft Aged MN CRM, Lefthanded E Bass£ 1.152,- Sandberg California VS4 RW CSB « Lefthanded E BassSandberg California VS4 RW CSB, Lefthanded E Bass£ 838,- Sandberg TM4 RW RDB « Lefthanded E BassSandberg TM4 RW RDB, Lefthanded E Bass£ 1.083,- Hagstrom Viking Bass WCT « Lefthanded E BassHagstrom Viking Bass WCT, Lefthanded E Bass£ 687,- Ibanez miKro GSRM20L-BK « Lefthanded E BassIbanez miKro GSRM20L-BK, Lefthanded E Bass£ 188,-

Left Handed Bass Guitars

The electric bass guitar is primarily responsible, together with the drums for the Groove in a band. Ever since Jaco Pastorius, Jack Bruce, Marcus Miller and Flea it's clear that the Electric Bass plays in the front row. Therefore, bass players can now draw from a similar sized pool of bass guitars as their guitar playing counterparts. Besides the classic 4-string bass, 5 and 6-string basses are becoming increasingly popular. The 'normal' four-string electric bass guitar is exactly one octave lower than a guitar tuned: E, A, D, G. Short Scale Bass The Short Scale Bass has a relatively short neck. This is generally easier to play because the frets are closer together and you do not have spread the fingers as much as along scale bass which makes it ideal for children and adolescents. The sound is softer and rounder and therefore used to be accused of these basses that they do not have as much "oomph" as the big bass. But thanks to modern pickup technology this is history. Long scale Bass The Long Scale Bass has a much longer neck and thus offers a harder sound. In addition, the weight distribution is slightly better in the long scale basses and they are rarely top-heavy. Those who consider tormenting their left hand a bit, should in any case try long scale bass playing. Otherwise, the same rules apply as for the guitar when buying a Bass. It should feel good in your hands and not too heavy. The string action must not be too high and the bass should still have good easy playability in the higher frets. Even if you yourself can't yet play, take the instrument in your hands and plays a few notes. The first impression usually does not deceive.