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Construction of the Bass Guitar

There are 2 main parts to the bass guitar; the body and the neck.  The material used and the construction of the components play a major part in creating the sound.  More importantly, they form an unchangeable part of the sound.  That is to say, you can change pickups, strings, effects and amps but you cannot change the body or neck.  That is why it is important to choose a bass guitar that is composed of the materials you prefer.

Bass Guitar Body Materials

Wood Body Bass Guitars - The most common material for the body of a bass guitar is wood.  Tried and true with years of service, wood bodies are usually made from alder wood.  Ash was originally the wood of choice but alder wood became widely used in the construction of bass guitars because of its ease of use (easy to fill pores).

Composite Body Bass Guitars - The main reason for using other composites is because the guitars can be made by die-casting.  This allows for mass production and gives total shape/style control to the designer.

Bass Neck Materials

Maple is the most common wood used for a bass neck.  This is not to be confused with the bass fret board.  The fret board is usually rosewood, however, other materials such as ebony are good choices.

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Rickenbacker 94550 Vintage Bass Case for 4000

Rickenbacker 94550 Vintage Bass Case for 4000

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