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Danelectro introduce the Red Hot Long Horn Bass

For decades, musicians have adored the classic Danelectro Long Horn body style, one of the company’s most visually distinctive bass guitar designs first introduced in1958, a timeless bass that for decades has remained popular and highly influential with musicians around the world.

With a beautiful high gloss, deep rich red top with cream binding, bound f-hole, high gloss black back, sides and neck and 24 fret polished double octave rosewood fingerboard, the new short-scale Danelectro Red Hot Long Horn, 4-string semi-hollow electric bass effortlessly radiates luxurious elegance.

Danelectro Red Hot Long Horn Bass.

Hardware appointments include chrome tuners atop the classic Dano ‘coke bottle’ headstock, bone nut, traditional chrome bridge with single adjustable rosewood saddle and black die-cast nickel master Volume and Tone control knobs, whilst a pair of classic Dano flagship chrome lipstick pickup covers, add timeless visuals.

Designed and based on the original Dano 50’s style pickups,

with a high output that’s focused on a tight and uncluttered low-end with clear mids and highs, both pickups within all combinations selectable via the USA built CRL pickup switch, deliver that unmistakable deep, twangy, clicky bass audio heard on countless recordings from surf to heavy metal.

With stunning visuals, immense versatility, ultra-comfortable playability and appointments that add a contemporary edge to the original model, the unmistakable vibe of the new Danelectro Red Hot Long Horn Bass, is an exquisite example of the Danelectro company’s passion and dedication, and another perfect example of why this legendary brand still remains as one of the most popular styles of electric bass guitar.

After all, Danelectro were there at the beginning, with one of the first electric instruments that helped start the birth of rock and roll.

Danelectro Red Hot Long Horn 4-String Electric Bass Guitar.

RRP: £749.

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