Kalamazoo Bass

Oh we all love the sixties! The Kalamazoo EB Bass is the inexpensive version of the Gibson EB Bass we hear on so many songs from that period. Kalamazoo Bass Guitar Sixties
This one has been played and modified through the years. It has a new pick guard, new tuners and a new nitro finish.Kalamazoo Bass Guitar Sixties
It’s still got it where it counts though with the original pots and Gibson sidewinder pick up. It’s a very light instrument with a smallish guitar-like neck (super easy to play) but the action is a little high and there is buzz on the on “G” string…BUT…when you plug it in… Wow…this Kalamazoo Bass sounds huge, like some monster bass, hard to believe when you’re holding it. There is one more thing to say about the construction for folks looking at these old Kalamazoo guitars and basses. They aren’t wood, well they’re composite bits of wood all glued and compressed together, so don’t think that you can sand one down and come up with beautiful wood grain.

It’s a very light instrument with a smallish guitar-like neck, but when you plug it in… Wow…in sounds huge, like some monster bass, hard to believe when you’re holding it

Regal Resonator Bass

regal resonator bass guitar

Cool looking Regal acoustic bass. A great idea that doesn’t quite hit the mark. It’s got a 32″ scale with a medium depth neck. You can get a little fret buzz if played to aggressively. It projects nicely right in front of the cone.
regal resonator bass guitar
Probably one guitar and the bass together is a good combination. I think this doesn’t have the volume for a large jam. You have to admit that the Regal Resonator Bass has a great vibe going though. regal resonator bass guitar

Cool looking acoustic bass. A great idea that doesn’t quite hit the mark.