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4-string bass guitar from Epiphone belonging to the EB series

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  • shigekishigeki

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 08/29/09 at 15:29
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    USE

    Is -The handle enjoyable?
    It's pretty nice to me.
    -L'ergonomie Is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    pretty good exept it is a bit heavy and not at all provides balanced.
    -Access To acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    Easy enough.
    -Obtient It easy to sound good? ...dropoff Window
    Not really ...

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    SOUNDS

    They -agree your style of music?
    but rather the sound ...
    -What Kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold", ....)?
    I find the sound is rotten, the exchange tone setting casiment nothing
    -With What (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    I mainly play on an amp w 30 and tested on a better a…
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    USE

    Is -The handle enjoyable?
    It's pretty nice to me.
    -L'ergonomie Is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    pretty good exept it is a bit heavy and not at all provides balanced.
    -Access To acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    Easy enough.
    -Obtient It easy to sound good? ...dropoff Window
    Not really ...

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    SOUNDS

    They -agree your style of music?
    but rather the sound ...
    -What Kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold", ....)?
    I find the sound is rotten, the exchange tone setting casiment nothing
    -With What (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    I mainly play on an amp w 30 and tested on a better amp (I know that).
    -What Are the sounds you prefer, you hate?
    Favorites: nothing
    Hated: all

    I do not say that the sound is super rotten but for that price ...


    NOTICE GLOBAL

    -How Long have you use it?
    3 months ago, I think change low very quickly.
    -Have You tried many other models before buying it?
    Bought eyes closed
    -What Is so special that you like most and least?
    I like the finish, but not too much its sound
    -How Do you price / quality ratio?
    Not very good, some other low for 200 euros are widely better.
    -With Experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window
    I do not think so ...
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  • TonkaTonka

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 06/06/12 at 12:45
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    A small "short scale" very nice, a neck pickup, tone, basic but effective look cool ...

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, good ergonomics ... parfate for tapping, for example. Head a little too heavy, which switches the instrument.

    SOUNDS

    Perfect for rock, some seventy ... A big sound very serious, somewhat surprising for the size of the instrument. Quite complementary to my other bass sounds rather modern.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it for my 11 year old daughter who quartered the fingers on my basses. I was very pleasantly surprised by the sound and the handle, it's a real nice instrument to play. At that price, who could ask more?

    Oh, and I forgot: she is mu…
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    A small "short scale" very nice, a neck pickup, tone, basic but effective look cool ...

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, good ergonomics ... parfate for tapping, for example. Head a little too heavy, which switches the instrument.

    SOUNDS

    Perfect for rock, some seventy ... A big sound very serious, somewhat surprising for the size of the instrument. Quite complementary to my other bass sounds rather modern.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it for my 11 year old daughter who quartered the fingers on my basses. I was very pleasantly surprised by the sound and the handle, it's a real nice instrument to play. At that price, who could ask more?

    Oh, and I forgot: she is much prettier in real than in pictures, which does no harm.
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  • MGR/stephenMGR/stephen

    Epiphone EB-0

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 11/04/04 at 15:00
    I brought my bass from a local guitar shop, it was my second bass. I’ve only been playing for 7 months now but I knew that I already needed a better bass. The EB-0 caught my eye because of the size and color. It was also recommended to me by my uncle as it was his first guitar when he started playing.
    The guitar cost me just under £200.


    Because the scale is smaller so are the fret’s this makes more technical playing easier. The neck is also very smooth so you can slide well. It has a very nice tone that is lower than on most basses. Also the input jack on the bass is on the front, with most guitars the jack is on the side and so when you put down your guitar it may damage the lead or t…
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    I brought my bass from a local guitar shop, it was my second bass. I’ve only been playing for 7 months now but I knew that I already needed a better bass. The EB-0 caught my eye because of the size and color. It was also recommended to me by my uncle as it was his first guitar when he started playing.
    The guitar cost me just under £200.


    Because the scale is smaller so are the fret’s this makes more technical playing easier. The neck is also very smooth so you can slide well. It has a very nice tone that is lower than on most basses. Also the input jack on the bass is on the front, with most guitars the jack is on the side and so when you put down your guitar it may damage the lead or the guitar.

    The tuning pegs are too large and so it is easily put out of tune if you lean it against something, they are also very sensitive and takes some time to get used to. Because it only has a single pickup it is not very loud and has a smaller option of tones to choose from. The hook for the strap is also on the back of the guitar meaning that it slips of easily. because of of the location of the pickup it is hard to play slap and pop on this guitar.

    The guitar is very well made and every thing works well. The pickup is very securely fastened and does not jutter or move. It is also easy to adjust the screws on it to make the bridge higher or lower to change the action this is very useful. All The knobs are clearly labeled. The head and tuning pegs are very well made as well and do not buzz like many guitars do after a certain amount of time.

    Very nice to play, sounds good loud, fun and easy to play but if you want to play funk then do not buy this guitar.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

    Epiphone EB-0

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 07/11/04 at 15:00
    I paid $250 for this guitar i bought it over the net

    I like the short scale but i am a big person and it gets hard to play after a long time. but is a great first guitar or something you would play sitting down.

    as i said it's short scale is harder for me. has ALOT of feedback and fret buzz. but most of the buzz can be minimized by messing around with the bridge

    i like the guiar alot i'ts kinda heavy very strong finish. i have droped it alot and still no scraches, dings, cracks.

    the guitar is good nice for sitting down or using with an acoustic peddal.

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    I paid $250 for this guitar i bought it over the net

    I like the short scale but i am a big person and it gets hard to play after a long time. but is a great first guitar or something you would play sitting down.

    as i said it's short scale is harder for me. has ALOT of feedback and fret buzz. but most of the buzz can be minimized by messing around with the bridge

    i like the guiar alot i'ts kinda heavy very strong finish. i have droped it alot and still no scraches, dings, cracks.

    the guitar is good nice for sitting down or using with an acoustic peddal.

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  • MGR/DanMGR/Dan

    Epiphone EB-0

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 01/15/03 at 15:00
    Musicians friend, $210. I like Gibson guitars, so I decided my first bass would be an old Gibson SG style... well, then I saw how expensive they were. I found out Epiphone made new ones, so I bought my EB-0

    Looks good, High quality. All mahogany. good adjustable bridge, growling sound. Short scale

    You can't slap! the string slams into the pickup, and just makes a dull thud. It is impossible to lower the pickup. This limits playing style greatly. It has a bolt on neck, but I kind of like that rather than set in.

    Good Mahogany. The tuners stay in tune, no problem with electrics. Slim neck, relatively. nothings gone wrong with it

    Don't buy it if you like to slap. I like very much to slap, …
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    Musicians friend, $210. I like Gibson guitars, so I decided my first bass would be an old Gibson SG style... well, then I saw how expensive they were. I found out Epiphone made new ones, so I bought my EB-0

    Looks good, High quality. All mahogany. good adjustable bridge, growling sound. Short scale

    You can't slap! the string slams into the pickup, and just makes a dull thud. It is impossible to lower the pickup. This limits playing style greatly. It has a bolt on neck, but I kind of like that rather than set in.

    Good Mahogany. The tuners stay in tune, no problem with electrics. Slim neck, relatively. nothings gone wrong with it

    Don't buy it if you like to slap. I like very much to slap, but the growling sound of this Bass is great. I really like the feel of this bass, I'm buying another bass, probably an LTD, so I can slap.

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  • MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

    Epiphone EB-0

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 06/27/01 at 15:00
    Bought at local music store (Haight Ashbury Music) in Bay Area for $239. I am an experienced Guitarist (25 yrs) and wanted to learn bass along with my 12 year old daughter. I do expect to use this bass for some small and medium gigs. This is a short scale bass (~30") which makes it easier to play - and it plays and wears like a guitar.



    Solid mahogany neck and body with nice finish. Looks good. Rosewood fretboard (I prefer, no shellac to wear off. Pots (vol and tone) work well. Good, sturdy adjustable bridge. Heavy duty tuners. Neck is straight as a laser. Big sidwinder humbucker pickup OK, not exceptional, but allows screw adjustments of each pickup to balance volume between strings. …
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    Bought at local music store (Haight Ashbury Music) in Bay Area for $239. I am an experienced Guitarist (25 yrs) and wanted to learn bass along with my 12 year old daughter. I do expect to use this bass for some small and medium gigs. This is a short scale bass (~30") which makes it easier to play - and it plays and wears like a guitar.



    Solid mahogany neck and body with nice finish. Looks good. Rosewood fretboard (I prefer, no shellac to wear off. Pots (vol and tone) work well. Good, sturdy adjustable bridge. Heavy duty tuners. Neck is straight as a laser. Big sidwinder humbucker pickup OK, not exceptional, but allows screw adjustments of each pickup to balance volume between strings. Good fat tone. Tone control has definite impact from skinny to fat. Good action. Fairly light. Easy to play/hold sitting or standing.



    Wrestling with getting all the buzz out of the strings (E - 3-5 frets, and G, 4th fret only). Frets are even, but still buzz. May give a bit of bow to the neck to fix. I hear short string basses have looser strings which may account for buzz on E string. I can eliminate buzz by raising bridge - but I want as low an action as possible. Single pickup. Would prefer two - but this is a cost issue. A second could easily be added later. Although neck is rosewood, it is painted/stained. No case with unit. No hard case (with exact fit) available. Gig bag available.



    Bridge, nut, neck, body, tuners all good. There is no binding on the neck - but this is a minor cosmetic thing to me. Mahogony body & neck looks much better than your standard painted bass - this is a definite one up in my book. Finish is great. I play an old Gibson SG and this is nearly as good. The pickup seems a little rougher than my SGs. Single piece neck not as good as Laminate neck on my SG, but it is straight and does have the lifetime warranty. Generally looks and feels like a much more expensive instrument -except for the sidewinder pickup (my opinion).



    Single pickup. Short scale (has pros and cons) great player Excellent wood/body/neck. Solid hardware. and allows for adjustments. Great price/value. Needs hard case designed for it. Watch for buzzing. Be prepared to re-set up instrument. Try different basses. best short scale bass anywhere near this price range.



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  • TheStrangeTheStrange

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 04/29/06 at 03:54
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    Made in China.
    20 Frets. Only one microphone.
    Two pots, the volume and one tone gnral.
    The handle is neither flat nor too bomb.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable, and he slips the grip is really simple.
    CHAC is to dernires freight is that simple.
    Excellent ergonomics, can be a little dsiquilibr but it is a very minor defect.
    The sound is warm. Well as fatty rglages DIFFERENT, but I suggest you change the strings of origin. They are not poor, but there are better for one low price.

    SOUNDS

    This bass is best suited to rock I think jazz is not impossible but it's not a jazz bass of course.
    I use this bass amp with a Johnson 30 Watts ter quality.
    We ca…
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    Made in China.
    20 Frets. Only one microphone.
    Two pots, the volume and one tone gnral.
    The handle is neither flat nor too bomb.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable, and he slips the grip is really simple.
    CHAC is to dernires freight is that simple.
    Excellent ergonomics, can be a little dsiquilibr but it is a very minor defect.
    The sound is warm. Well as fatty rglages DIFFERENT, but I suggest you change the strings of origin. They are not poor, but there are better for one low price.

    SOUNDS

    This bass is best suited to rock I think jazz is not impossible but it's not a jazz bass of course.
    I use this bass amp with a Johnson 30 Watts ter quality.
    We can obtenire DIFFERENT sounds, sound very fat, but it sounds as "clear"

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a Journe compltement and I am satisfied.
    The particular feature I like most is the fact it is so enjoyable and the sound has played so clean.
    This is my deuxime low.
    Excellent price quality ratio!
    Exprience with this choice I would do so!
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  • RedGut62RedGut62

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 05/08/06 at 08:28
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    I just bought this model new at Michenaud.com 199 EUR. In addition, they offered me the cover bass and Tobago port free. Store very seriously.
    Made in China, very nice rosewood handle.
    I bought a bass amp more Peavey Max 126 Function Vintage Lamp. I confirm that the tool is very nice, the sound is quite apart from the MI, which tends to curl when it is sought picking. This is also true that it is slightly unbalanced when the strap (round pods / table) but it has more impact during use.
    Go see the site of Michenaud, you will have all the facts.
    Very good stuff and excellent quality / price ratio. Remember qu'Epiphone is licensed under the Gibson!
    Good Fun music at all.
    RedGut62
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    I just bought this model new at Michenaud.com 199 EUR. In addition, they offered me the cover bass and Tobago port free. Store very seriously.
    Made in China, very nice rosewood handle.
    I bought a bass amp more Peavey Max 126 Function Vintage Lamp. I confirm that the tool is very nice, the sound is quite apart from the MI, which tends to curl when it is sought picking. This is also true that it is slightly unbalanced when the strap (round pods / table) but it has more impact during use.
    Go see the site of Michenaud, you will have all the facts.
    Very good stuff and excellent quality / price ratio. Remember qu'Epiphone is licensed under the Gibson!
    Good Fun music at all.
    RedGut62

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant and easy. Access to acute hyper easily by cutting Gibson SG.
    Ergonomic slight imbalance but that does not harm when playing.
    Very good sound with a single microphone, but its a benefit for a rock bass.

    SOUNDS

    Epiphone IB0 This is great for blues and rock. I use a Peavey Max 126 amp and a Marshall 100 watts.

    The sounds are round and the choice of equalization is correct.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one month against a Fender Jazz bass
    Good sound in fingering, picking less obvious.

    The quality / price I paid in Michenaud is incredible! 199 euros for Gibson Epiphone pseudo!

    I do not regret it at all and am not about to sell it!
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  • Anonymous

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 01/12/07 at 10:57
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    -Made in China or Japan
    -20 Frets, short scale (about 10cm shorter handle than a P-bass)
    -Fixed bridge, type SG
    -Volume control and tone

    UTILIZATION

    First use the most:
    -The handle is very nice, short scale allows a fluidity and a more accurate than that of a P-bass (my opinion)
    One gets a very good set with two

    less use of:
    -Weight is poorly distributed, the bass tend to bite the neck to the rest position, it does not pose a problem as we play.
    -The nut of the bass is square, it's embarrassing to the game as we used to play on a long handle, I think a

    SOUNDS

    I play with a top mark and a bass cabinet 4x12 "Eminence built and mounted.

    the sound to th…
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    -Made in China or Japan
    -20 Frets, short scale (about 10cm shorter handle than a P-bass)
    -Fixed bridge, type SG
    -Volume control and tone

    UTILIZATION

    First use the most:
    -The handle is very nice, short scale allows a fluidity and a more accurate than that of a P-bass (my opinion)
    One gets a very good set with two

    less use of:
    -Weight is poorly distributed, the bass tend to bite the neck to the rest position, it does not pose a problem as we play.
    -The nut of the bass is square, it's embarrassing to the game as we used to play on a long handle, I think a

    SOUNDS

    I play with a top mark and a bass cabinet 4x12 "Eminence built and mounted.

    the sound to the particularity of being very balanced, the big addition to this low (in addition to the short scale) is that the game more or less the bridge really do change the sound.

    The tone control was not very effectively, in any event, the mere use of the game more or less near enough to vary the sound and attack.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Likes:
    The short-scale
    The price-
    -Finish of the violin
    SG-color which betrayed the grain of the wood (very pretty)
    -Unlike his more or less near the bridge

    I like least:
    The nut-to reponce because it is a little square
    Tone-setting low deficit (not offset the game more or less near the bridge)
    -The head of the bass looks when not playing.

    I would do if I had the choice often enough for a night in a broken, not without laughter is a very good bass, a P-bass is more balanced but the SG has much more character and some advantage as the shorts and micro scale.
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  • So_GoReSo_GoRe

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 06/16/08 at 02:12
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    Bass "Made in China"
    Short scale, 20 frets, SG shape
    A micro level of the handle

    The short scale seems right to start, and I do, but (only) 20 boxes end up being somewhat annoying, personally, I would have preferred to have three or four more ...
    Square Nut, be careful if you go back to the 17th to play a G # on the small rope, I already opened by hand at that point in rehearsal ... You just have to be careful, but you get used

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very easy, normal is a short scale, I fear, however, my next bass will it handle a normal, and is likely to slip me a few finger cramps before I get used to ...
    The last frets are accessible, however, I have some diffic…
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    Bass "Made in China"
    Short scale, 20 frets, SG shape
    A micro level of the handle

    The short scale seems right to start, and I do, but (only) 20 boxes end up being somewhat annoying, personally, I would have preferred to have three or four more ...
    Square Nut, be careful if you go back to the 17th to play a G # on the small rope, I already opened by hand at that point in rehearsal ... You just have to be careful, but you get used

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very easy, normal is a short scale, I fear, however, my next bass will it handle a normal, and is likely to slip me a few finger cramps before I get used to ...
    The last frets are accessible, however, I have some difficulty with the last of the E string ... Not very used, so it will be a little f ** t
    So, in weight and its distribution, I can not ...
    As mentioned previously, the head looks once strapped, I really very hard to keep playing right up: s
    The bass itself seems to be very heavy compared with other models in the same price range ...
    The use is still quite easy

    SOUNDS

    This bass suits my style of music, never seriously tested other basses (except for the pids, see above), I can satisfy myself that the game appears well on his finger, the slap also
    I play a marshall 30 watt, it's all good, at least for that price, you can not blame
    Only minor drawbacks, some notes near the 11th a box stand his huge, while the F # is slender, transparent ...
    The tone seems to be connected knob any connections, turn it does not change the sound a bit unfortunate

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months and a half, I'm happy overall, the use is simple, fast, a few drawbacks, however, slightly above cloud the big picture ...
    I have not tried other basses before buying, so no comparable as possible
    The price / quality ratio is still very good, no doubt, to 140 euros, I can not complain, far from it

    With the same money, I certainly would do this choice, it is still low to begin
    If I had more money at the time of purchase, I would have chosen a model can be a little better in cort or ibanez, but it was not, and I do not regret my purchase far from it
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  • slipmslipm

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 11/14/08 at 06:19
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    China
    ...
    ...
    ...

    A volume and tone

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant
    yes it did not pose any proclèmes
    Ergonomics: the top
    yes

    SOUNDS

    Yes it fits my style of music: rock, pop / rock

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this bass for 2 years now, and I never had any problems with. I tried others but it still suits me. I find the handle very pleasant at the slides ... otherwise, the aesthetic, I find it really good. I do not regret my purchase in any case, it is really good. and for beginners, is the top.
    Advantage and Disadvantage: The handle is shorter than a normal low. But it is also nice. Very good value for money.
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    China
    ...
    ...
    ...

    A volume and tone

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant
    yes it did not pose any proclèmes
    Ergonomics: the top
    yes

    SOUNDS

    Yes it fits my style of music: rock, pop / rock

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this bass for 2 years now, and I never had any problems with. I tried others but it still suits me. I find the handle very pleasant at the slides ... otherwise, the aesthetic, I find it really good. I do not regret my purchase in any case, it is really good. and for beginners, is the top.
    Advantage and Disadvantage: The handle is shorter than a normal low. But it is also nice. Very good value for money.
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  • Anonymous

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 03/04/09 at 09:24
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    Made in China, easel set of three screws, handle screw,
    one humbucker, one volume and one tone.
    The body will be against poplar plywood, the handle, perhaps mahogany.
    The finish is at least of association, the table is not close to super interested, it smells like soaking in paint, varnish and plastic kind basta.
    e all do a little the effect of a toy.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, pretty cool, même.L access to acute is not transcendent, not super easy, which, because of the horn is being bothered a bit in the last race freight. Otherwise it is rather light and easy to handle. (A condition of the rule.)
    I tested an hour in store, quietly, and have not had the opportuni…
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    Made in China, easel set of three screws, handle screw,
    one humbucker, one volume and one tone.
    The body will be against poplar plywood, the handle, perhaps mahogany.
    The finish is at least of association, the table is not close to super interested, it smells like soaking in paint, varnish and plastic kind basta.
    e all do a little the effect of a toy.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, pretty cool, même.L access to acute is not transcendent, not super easy, which, because of the horn is being bothered a bit in the last race freight. Otherwise it is rather light and easy to handle. (A condition of the rule.)
    I tested an hour in store, quietly, and have not had the opportunity to play up, so I can not say whether the head or look point.

    SOUNDS

    A sound card. Super disappointed! I have not tested the epiphone EB3 from home, but if it approaches the level of the gibson it is said, this is by no means the case will cele!
    The sound is hollow. The microphone we make a guess anyway intérret, it hums a little when you go down in the treble, but bass are very far from those of the gibson.
    So we once again feel like a toy in his hands.
    I relativized, the instrument that I tested was not or poorly resolved. The microphone is set to 2KM ropes, so maybe this explains it sound hollow, and basta ... I think there are ways to have a good sound with this mic, but mounted on a wood also sucks, it is pure waste!
    Well ok it is cheap ... And indeed there is ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Having tested a gibson IB0 and being stunned by is full and warm, I turn to Epiphone to see if we can find a "substitute" for less.
    It was in a shop known as the center of Rennes I tested it and it is set at € 247!
    So ok, € 130 (the price at which it is found in cheaper on the net), it's really cheap.
    But then the guys they push the cork! Sell ​​low price to both thiers more expensive than average, and not even set!
    So if you live in Rennes, you want to buy a cheap bass and that is enticing, DO NOT BUY THE ONE!
    I have not tested the eb 3, which apparently is much more profitable in the price / quality ratio. But it is the same as the low-Daisy Daysy ROCK that I offered two years ago to rave.
    So for this price (around € 150), it's still not bad, considering the quality of the handle and micro.Mais in these waters there or close to it was a squier precision, already more interesting, perhaps be ...
    Epiphone, you disappointed me!!
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  • ricodonnaricodonna

    LOW EFFECTIVE GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 05/22/11 at 10:24
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    Made in Indonesia
    20 frets
    1 volume
    1 tone
    A single micro-level effective to handle what is asked

    UTILIZATION

    super nice handle, easy to handle, weight nickel is good access to acute
    the only concern is that she looks forward ... Always have the top left hand!
    this is boring

    SOUNDS

    I use it in my style rather Punk / Rock / Garage but hey, I think it can adapt to other styles.
    I play mostly with a pick.
    sounds good, by tampering with his amp a bit I managed to get what I want
    I struggled a bit to settle the neck and bridge. a lot of notes tended to "curl"
    but hey I found this and it runs well
    my amp a Torque 200W, a Bass Big Muff for fuzz that soun…
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    Made in Indonesia
    20 frets
    1 volume
    1 tone
    A single micro-level effective to handle what is asked

    UTILIZATION

    super nice handle, easy to handle, weight nickel is good access to acute
    the only concern is that she looks forward ... Always have the top left hand!
    this is boring

    SOUNDS

    I use it in my style rather Punk / Rock / Garage but hey, I think it can adapt to other styles.
    I play mostly with a pick.
    sounds good, by tampering with his amp a bit I managed to get what I want
    I struggled a bit to settle the neck and bridge. a lot of notes tended to "curl"
    but hey I found this and it runs well
    my amp a Torque 200W, a Bass Big Muff for fuzz that sounds great with
    no slap on the top I think but at the same time I'm not super good in there

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it 6 months
    I played a long time (5 years) on a scale normal but I'll stay at short scale! too good for my style of nag;)
    value for money excellent, for less than 150 euros I'm rolling on the floor even with live and repeating '.
    I will ever be the chosen without hesitation
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  • alboualbou

    It works well!

    Epiphone EB-0Published on 05/03/11 at 05:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A nice bass made in China type SG (an imitation of the namesake of Gibson) by slaves minors to 300 meters below sea level! (Nan j'déconne I dunno ... but it is in China!)
    The bridge is screwed securely to a rosewood body.
    The neck is rosewood and is also screwed to the body (4 screws) so as strong as the bridge. I would say it is reassuring given the price and source ^ ^
    The key is mahogany and there are 20 Cells in medium sized frets.
    The electronics are simple (ist) with a humbucker neck pickup with two knobs: Tone and Volume essentials but no more.
    The bare minimum for a bass at this price.

    UTILIZATION

    For starters, I'm a guitarist, so I'm not really picky about the …
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    A nice bass made in China type SG (an imitation of the namesake of Gibson) by slaves minors to 300 meters below sea level! (Nan j'déconne I dunno ... but it is in China!)
    The bridge is screwed securely to a rosewood body.
    The neck is rosewood and is also screwed to the body (4 screws) so as strong as the bridge. I would say it is reassuring given the price and source ^ ^
    The key is mahogany and there are 20 Cells in medium sized frets.
    The electronics are simple (ist) with a humbucker neck pickup with two knobs: Tone and Volume essentials but no more.
    The bare minimum for a bass at this price.

    UTILIZATION

    For starters, I'm a guitarist, so I'm not really picky about the comfort of the handle and it is not very pleasant to play first, but we made it good.
    We get some vibration when played "unplugged" but not that much after all. We feel the vibrations move the handle to the body when playing seated, it's nice after all! ^ ^
    The body is type SG (EB-0). The availability of the latest boxes is very good. The worst dandy support the thesis that the last frets are not readily accessible, but I would reply that the bass (at first) is not made for playing dazzling solos types Jimmy Page, and if that is what they look, they put themselves on the guitar ...
    Finally, and considering the price, it is obviously a low-type "Plug'n Play": one does not spend three hours to masturbate two poor knobs to find the perfect sound, it's still an Epiphone to 215 balls .
    So the sound is good ...

    SOUNDS

    Aaaaaaaah ... The sound!
    It is perfect for my style of music!
    I plug it directly on the console and I play. It made a low for the Rock and Punk.
    It sounds very raw and reacts to the excellent game to pick, the more I use it with a guitar pedal Electro-Harmonix Germanium 4 and it gives her the Mothörhead. Obviously it is an epiphone for 200 rounds, not a hand Rickenbacker manufactured in the USA.
    It also fits very well with his fingersNo sometimes smooth and sometimes very root. The slap is a little less efficient, but it's not a bass funk.
    I'm really addicted to his Overdrive / Picks: I get an sound very threatening and very heavy. I love it!

    Ultimately it was a sound very Rock. No frills, given the general qualities, it will not play with the Jazz ... but if you do not believe me, just try.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for some months and it's osmosis! I feel like I have ripped the seller ^ ^
    I tried another type bass Bass Cruiser. It was heavier and the microphones were not adapting to the game to pick. Since I am a guitarist, was the condition Sinequanone for purchase.
    What I like most is the sound more than adequate, and of course the sling of the instrument.
    What I do not like is the thickness of the varnish which harms the general appearance and the sleeve a little too "lumberjack." And finally, it's still very Rock = P
    The price / quality ratio is good enough for a bass typed (it seems ...)
    With the experience I would wait a bit to buy the power that EB-3 contained an additional microphone in the bridge position and a pickup selector ... Out of curiosity ...
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