The Best Cheap Bass Guitars - Electric Under $300

5 Budget Bass Guitars

Here we look at top rated 4-string bass guitars in the sub $300 price range, great for students of the instrument and for guitarists who want to have an affordable bass on hand for recording. Be it for yourself, or for a special someone who's learning the ropes, these bass guitars are market proven to provide satisfactory sound, performance and value.

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Model Gearank Sources Street Price
Ibanez-GSRM20 Mikro Bass Short Scale
92
250+ $180
Dean Custom Zone Bass
93
90+ $199
Ibanez GSR200
90
2050+ $200
Squier Affinity Series PJ Bass
90
150+ $200
Dean ML Metalman
91
70+ $199
Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass Short Scale
90
400+ $250
Epiphone Toby Deluxe IV
90
60+ $269
Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass
92
175+ $300
Sterling by Music Man SUB Ray4
93
80+ $300
Editor's Pick:
Epiphone Goth Thunderbird IV
95
500+ $349

Methodology

To streamline the list, we only feature bass guitars that meet a straightforward set of criteria, the most obvious of which is the price range, which should be under $300. We limited the list to standard 4-string electric bass guitars with magnetic pickups and fretted fingerboards, since this is the most conventional and widely available configuration. Only those that are readily available from major music gear retailers in the USA were considered, to make sure that you can actually get your hands on the top rated basses in this list. Bass guitars that met the criteria and have good user feedback were then selected to be processed by our Gearank Algorithm, which helped us narrow down the list to the cream of the crop. For more information about this process please read How Gearank Works.

Things to Consider When Buying a Cheap Bass Guitar

  • Body Shape, Finish and Weight

    Having a bass guitar that appeals to your eyes can spell the difference between forced and inspired practice, so it is important to get the look you prefer - right at the start. . Bass guitars are also notorious for being hefty and heavy so if you're getting one for a child you'll want one that you they can comfortably carry around.

  • Playability

    There are multiple factors that dictate playability for bass guitars, one of which is Scale Length, it is basically the distance that your strings are stretched out, and as such it indicates the tension of the strings. The most common scale length for bass is 34", because it has just the right balance of tension and tone. Other basses can have a scale length that is as short as 30", which significantly reduces string tension, ideal for young players or for those who want an instrument that's smaller and easier to play.

    Fingerboard Radius, which indicates the curvature or flatness of the fingerboard, is an important playability specification that you should look at. Although the fret board may look basically flat at first glance most of them are actually curved outwards. Higher radius fingerboards are closer to being flat. Ibanez is known for their 12" fingerboard radius which is one of the flattest, while traditional bases have a lower radius that results in more curve. Flatter 12” and up fingerboards are ideal for beginners and younger players. The Nut Width tells you how far apart the strings are spaced, the narrower the nut width is, the easier it is for smaller hands to reach each string. The Neck Profile describes the shape of the back of the neck, the thinner and flatter, the easier it is to play, but there are some who prefer fatter necks for better grip. A bass guitar with a good cutaway at the neck joint allows for easier access to the upper frets.

    String Action refers to the height of strings above the fretboard. It's a specification that's not always directly given by the manufacturer because it can vary for each instrument. Beginners will want those with low action, but not too low to avoid "fret buzz", which means that the vibration of your string is hitting the frets. Some buyers report "fret buzz" in new bass guitars and although this can be annoying it can be fixed by raising the action. There are those who prefer slightly raised action for better intonation control of each note as you press the strings, and better overall string resonance as well.

  • Pickups

    Being an electric instrument, pickups dictate most of the instrument's resulting sound. Single Coil pickups are the most common, because of their crisp and detailed sound which reproduces classic bass tones as heard on countless tracks from the past. Split-Single Coil pickups are often labelled as "P" style pickups since they were first used in Fender's Precision bass. The other popular pickup type is called the "J" style, which is short for Jazz bass pickups that have two magnetic poles assigned per string. Humbuckers generally sound warmer and fatter, and are widely used for modern rock and metal. If you don't have experience or a particular preference yet, then just go for the pickup configuration used by your favorite bassists.

    Most of the basses in this price range have Passive pickups and electronics, which means they do not require a battery and have limited tone shaping options. Those with Active pickups and electronics (including a few in this list) allow for more tone shaping but require a 9V battery to properly function.

The Best Cheap Bass Guitars

Here are the bass guitars that ranked highest in the entry level market. We've provide detailed specifications and notable features, along with a summary of the pros and cons that people mention in reviews.

Ibanez GSRM20 Mikro Bass (Short Scale)

92
GEARANK

92 out of 100. Incorporating 250+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$180
Ibanez GSRM20 Mikro Short Scale Bass Guitar

Ibanez knows how to make guitars play as fast and comfortable as possible, and this applies to their bass guitars as well, including their entry level ones. Case in point, the Ibanez GSRM20 features Ibanez' smooth playability with its flat 12" fingerboard radius and low action setup. Combined with its short scale configuration, lightweight body, and contoured edges, this super affordable bass plays is one of the most playable basses in the entry level market, which earned it a slot on this list. And it's not just playability because Ibanez did not skimp on the quality of the pickups and tonewoods.

Features:

  • Body: Mahogany
  • Neck: Maple (Bolt-on)
  • Neck Profile: Slim
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 28.6"
  • Nut Width: 1.614"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12"
  • Frets: 22 Medium
  • Middle Pickup: PSND P Single-Coil
  • Bridge Pickup: PSND Single-Coil
  • Controls: Volume 1, Volume 2, EQ, Tone
  • Bridge: B10
  • Weight: 8.4 lbs.

Pros

The saying "age doesn't matter" easily applies to the Ibanez GSRM20, with its long list of commendations from young players who are just starting out, and older more experienced players who just want an affordable bass that's easy on the hands. As expected, Ibanez' ergonomic and fast neck action got a lot of praise, with many being glad at just how easy and comfortable this bass is. The general sentiment is that this bass guitar has surprising quality for the price.

Cons

There were a few who complained about the quality of the tuner, stating that they were having some trouble with keeping the bass in tune. There were also some who complained about fret buzz, thankfully, this can be easily corrected with a few adjustments.

Overall

If you're looking for a cheap bass guitar that's easy to play, while still sounding good, then check out the Ibanez GSRM20.

Fender Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass (Short Scale)

90
GEARANK

90 out of 100. Incorporating 400+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$250
Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass SS (Short Scale)

Squier is a sub-brand of guitar manufacturer giant Fender, they make affordable versions of Fender's popular instruments, including bass guitars. The Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass SS is their most popular bass in the sub $200 price range, thanks to it being easy on the eyes, ears and more importantly easy on your wallet. This bass is essentially a more compact version of their popular Jaguar bass, carrying over the same styling offset body and old school playability via its curved 9.5" radius fingerboard - while having a shorter scale length of 30" that makes overall playability easier.

Features:

  • Body: Agathis
  • Neck: Maple
  • Neck Profile: "C" shape
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 30"
  • Nut Width: 1.5"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 9.5"
  • Frets: 20 Medium Jumbo
  • Neck Pickup: Split Single-Coil Precision
  • Bridge Pickup: Single-Coil Jazz Bass pickup
  • Controls: Master Tone, Volume 1 and Volume 2
  • Bridge: Standard
  • Tuners: Standard Open-Gear
  • Weight: 11.1 lbs.

Pros

The most common theme among reviews is that this bass gives you exceptional value for your money, be it as a gift to inspire upstart players or for personal use even by experienced players. The guitar's exceptional offset shape got a lot of thumbs up, with many stating that it makes it stand out and look more expensive than it actually is. Having both a split-single coil and single coil bass were also appreciated by many, with some even stating that this bass has a surprisingly versatile sound, not too far off from their more expensive and bulky main instruments.

Cons

Some more experienced players commented on the finish quality not being as perfect, but they still rate it highly considering the price. There were also some that had to adjust the action out of the box, thankfully, this is easy to do with the adjustable bridge.

Overall

With its combination of quality looks, sound and performance, this stylish looking short scale bass guitar is highly recommended.

Dean Custom Zone Bass

93
GEARANK

93 out of 100. Incorporating 90+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$199
Dean Custom Zone Bass Bass Guitar

I was about to write this one off as just another flashy looking toy, but the specs and reviews told me otherwise. While the sharp colorful finish options are really what make this bass stand out, the guitar's tried and tested specs also deserve special mention, considering the price. Ironically, everything else about this bass follows classic specifications. From its standard scale length of 34", nut width of 1.5" and fingerboard radius of 9.5", to the single P style split-single coil pickup. Still, Dean must have executed the simple design of this bass really well for it to gain quite the popularity and positive ratings in the entry level market that it has. Available finishes include Nuclear Green, Yellow and Fluorescent Pink.

Features:

  • Body: Basswood
  • Neck: Maple
  • Neck Profile: C
  • Fingerboard: Maple (painted)
  • Scale Length: 34"
  • Nut Width: 1.5"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 9.5"
  • Frets: 20
  • Bridge Pickup: DMT Design P Style
  • Controls: Master Tone, Volume 1 and Volume 2
  • Bridge: Diecast bridge
  • Tuners: Sealed Diecast
  • Weight: 9.8 lbs.

Pros

Many of the users who bought this bass were attracted to the instrument because of its fancy colors, but the reviews show that they got more than just eye candy. The general consensus is that this bass is a great looking and great sounding instrument, considering the price. There were even experienced players who found the quality surprising enough to write up a good review, and this sentiment is shared by YouTube gear reviewers as well. Having said all that, it is still the color that got the most compliments, both from the reviewers and from their friends and audiences.

Cons

Fret buzz out of the box was reported a few times by more experienced players, thankfully these same people were able to make the adjustments to get the action just right. Tuning stability was also raised by a few users, who said that while they are usable, they will probably switch out the machine heads for something better.

Overall

If your budget is limited and you want a colorful bass that literally and visually stands out from crowd, then this is your best bet.

Ibanez GSR200

90
GEARANK

90 out of 100. Incorporating 2050+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$200
Ibanez GSR200 Bass Guitar

The Ibanez GSR200 is an affordable standard size bass guitar with Ibanez' trademark playability and impressive tone versatility. It is part of Ibanez' Sound Gear line, which are well known for their quality and tone shaping capabilities, only this one is stripped down to keep the price affordable. The GSR200 comes with a standard scale length of 34", a nut width of 1.614" and their flat fast action 12" fingerboard radius. Ibanez equipped this bass with two single-coil pickups (P/J) for tone variation, but what makes it special is the addition of Ibanez' Phat II EQ knob, which is essentially a bass boost built in for emphasizing the lows better.

Features:

  • Body: Agathis
  • Neck: Maple (Bolt-on)
  • Neck Profile: GSR4
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 34"
  • Nut Width: 1.614"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12"
  • Frets: 22 Medium
  • Middle Pickup: Powersound P Single-Coil
  • Bridge Pickup: Powersound J Single-Coil
  • Controls: Phat II EQ, Master Tone, Volume 1 and Volume 2
  • Bridge: B10
  • Weight: 9 lbs.

Pros

It's not surprising that playability gets the bulk of the commendations. But it was interesting to read how parents who bought this bass for their kids end up "borrowing" the bass from them because of its quality. The fatter sound of the bass via the Phat II EQ also got a lot of positive mentions, with many stating that this sonic versatility is great for beginner to intermediate players who are beginning to craft their own sound. Value for money and its eye pleasing appearance were also appreciated by many of its users. Interestingly, there was one reviewer who has had this bass for over 5 years and reported that it still plays well and sounds good.

Cons

Like the other basses in this price range, there were users who reported on the GSR200's tuning stability and occasional fret buzz. But it is not as common as some think, given the very small number of people that reported having issues.

Overall

If you prefer Ibanez' flat fast action fingerboard, but want a standard scale one in the sub $200 price range, then you should get the GSR200.

Fender Squier Affinity Series P/J Precision Bass Guitar

90
GEARANK

90 out of 100. Incorporating 150+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$200
Fender Squier Affinity Series P/J Precision Bass Guitar

The Affinity Series is Squier's entry level line of instruments, allowing up and coming musicians to own affordable versions of Fender's popular instruments. This particular model follows after the Precision bass, which was first released way back in 1951, albeit in a more cost effective build. It's impressive how the old Precision bass design still rates highly among today's players considering its age, it still is one of the most copied and best selling bass guitars in the world. The Squier Affinity P/J has an extra single-coil pickup in the bridge position for more tone variation

Features:

  • Body: Alder
  • Neck: Maple (bolt-on)
  • Neck Profile: C shape
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 34"
  • Nut Width: 1.625"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 9.5"
  • Frets: 20 Medium Jumbo
  • Middle Pickup: Standard Split Single-Coil Precision
  • Bridge Pickup: Single-Coil Jazz
  • Controls: Master Tone, Volume 1 and Volume 2
  • Bridge: Standard 4-saddle
  • Tuners: Standard open-gear
  • Weight: 6 lbs.

Pros

Since this bass guitar is aimed at beginners, it is not surprising to find the majority of the positive comments and recommendations come from students and parents who gave this bass as a gift. But what surprised me is finding that many experienced players actually liked it, even those with decades worth of playing more expensive instruments. Money well spent is mentioned a number of times, along with appreciation over the build quality and sonic versatility.

Cons

Some experienced players complained about the pickups, stating that by upgrading the pickups, they got substantial tone improvement. There were also a few that mentioned hum and noise issues. A notable comment suggests to save and spend a few more dollars for the Squier Vintage Modified version, which is priced around 30% to 50% higher.

Overall

If you're looking to play the funky music right at the get go, and you want to have the right tool for the job while keeping your budget intact, check this one out.

Dean ML Metalman Bass Guitar

91
GEARANK

91 out of 100. Incorporating 70+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$199
Dean ML Metalman Bass

When I first set out researching for top rated bass guitars in the entry level price range, I did not expect Dean Guitars to make the list, let alone score two slots. But the numbers speak for themselves, so here we have the Dean ML Metalman Bass, an affordable and distinctly shaped bass for metal heads. There's nothing unique about this instrument's specs, following the standard basswood body and maple neck configuration, as well as the 34" scale length and 1.5" nut width neck. But what sets it apart is its unique Dean ML shape (as popularized by Dimebag Darrell) and its stripped down solo humbucker pickup, which gives this bass the look and sound suitable for metal music.

Features:

  • Body: Basswood
  • Neck: Maple (Bolt-on)
  • Neck Profile: C Shape Low Profile
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 34"
  • Nut Width: 1.5"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 16"
  • Frets: 22
  • Bridge Pickup: Dean Humbucker
  • Controls: Tone and Volume
  • Bridge: DieCast
  • Tuners: Sealed Diecast
  • Weight: 12 lbs.

Pros

Although everyone words it differently, many Dean ML Metalman bass users simply find this instrument to be fun to play with. Obviously, the edgy look plays a big part in its overall appeal, but the sound also got a lot of positive reactions, with many finding the beefier sound of the humbucker to be better than the usual single-coil equipped basses, especially when playing modern rock and metal songs. Another commonly mentioned trait of this bass among reviewers is its impressive value for money, considering its unique shape, sound quality and build.

Cons

Interestingly, there's not much complaint about this bass guitar's tuning machines and fret buzz, but there were a few who complained about the plastic nut, and the lack of a second pickup.

Overall

If you're in the market for an affordable rock and metal specific bass guitar, then your best bet is the Dean ML Metalman Bass.

Epiphone Toby Deluxe IV Bass Guitar

90
GEARANK

90 out of 100. Incorporating 60+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$269
Epiphone Toby Deluxe IV 4-String Bass Guitar

Gibson acquired the Tobias brand which I think was to get their hands on these sleek, ergonomic and boutique quality bass designs. Being one of Gibson's sub-brands, Epiphone was a willing beneficiary, releasing affordable production line versions of the original Tobias bass design. The Toby Deluxe IV resulted from this joint venture, carrying over the same asymmetrical neck and body shape that make it look more expensive that it actually is, and comfortable to play. It's not just eye candy because this affordable bass comes with active electronics, and features Tobias' designed split-humbucker pickups. These pickups provide more punch and low-end than your typical passive pickup, while the added bass enhancement knob allows for even more low frequency emphasis.

Features:

  • Body: Radiata (Pine)
  • Neck: Maple (Bolt-On)
  • Neck Profile: Tobias Asymmetrical
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 34"
  • Nut Width: 1.68"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12"
  • Frets: 24
  • Middle Pickup: TBR Split-Humbucker
  • Bridge Pickup: TBT Split-Humbucker
  • Controls: Master volume, Pickup blend, Master Tone, Active Tonexpressor Bass Enhancement
  • Requires 9V Battery
  • Bridge: Flush-mount low profile
  • Tuners: Black Die-cast Nickel
  • Weight: 7 lbs.

Pros

For its dimensions, this standard scale length bass surprised many with its incredibly light weight. Common to most of the reviews is the positive sentiment towards its overall appeal and tone, some even admitted to buying the bass solely on looks, and were thankful that the sound and playability did not disappoint.

Cons

There were some who were initially put-off by the pine body's ridiculously light weight, worrying that the build quality may be poor. But their opinions changed after playing the instrument some more. Humming noise was mentioned by one user, but it's not an issue for the majority.

Overall

For the price, the Epiphone Toby Deluxe IV is a definite steal, considering its active electronics and impressive cosmetics. Check this one out if you're not into classic and rock style basses.

Fender Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass

92
GEARANK

92 out of 100. Incorporating 175+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$300
Squier by Fender Vintage Modified Jazz Bass

The original Fender Jazz bass first appeared in 1960 and is the second electric bass guitar to come out from Fender's production line. With its distinct two pole piece per string single-coil pickup design, it emphasized the midrange and upper-mids for a cutting tone that allows bassists to stand out in a mix. The highly rated Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass is an affordable take on this timeless classic, featuring a more comfortable modern "C" shape profile, 34" scale length, 1.5" nut width and rosewood fingerboard.

Features:

  • Body: Basswood
  • Neck: Maple
  • Neck Profile: "C" Shape
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 34"
  • Nut Width: 1.5"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 9.5"
  • Frets: 20 Medium Jumbo
  • Middle Pickup: Fender-Designed Single-Coil Jazz Bass
  • Bridge Pickup: Fender-Designed Single-Coil Jazz Bass
  • Controls: Master Tone, Volume 1 and Volume 2
  • Bridge: 4-Saddle Vintage-Style
  • Tuners: Standard Open-Gear
  • Weight: 12.6 lbs.

Pros

Almost everything about this bass guitar has received positive mentions from users, many found the finish and overall build quality to be top notch considering the price, and even experienced players found the sound to be very close to more expensive Fender Jazz Basses. Some were even surprised by the build quality and the fretwork, while others found the string action out of the box to be on par to more expensive models.

Cons

There was one who reported having tuning problems when he had to tune down the bass to drop D, and there were others who gave this bass low ratings because of out-of-the-box damage, which maybe due to shipping and handling.

Overall

If you're into brighter sounding bass tones like Jaco Pastorius, Geddy Lee, Sting, Rick Danko and other virtuoso bassists, then this affordable Jazz bass is highly recommended.

Sterling by Music Man S.U.B. Ray4

93
GEARANK

93 out of 100. Incorporating 80+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$300
Sterling by Music Man S.U.B. Ray4

"Sterling by Music Man" is a sub-brand of Ernie Ball Music Man, tasked to manufacture affordable instruments that can compete in the entry level market. The SUB Ray4 is one of their standout instruments, a more affordable version of the original Music Man Stingray bass, the popular bass that pioneered the use of built-in active EQ controls on production line bass guitars. The SUB Ray4 has one Sterling High-output Humbucker on the bridge position, which is wired to an active preamp with 2-band EQ, which allows for tone shaping via the treble and bass knobs. It has a slightly narrower nut width for easier playability while retaining the long 34" scale length and flat 12" fingerboard radius.

Features:

  • Body: Basswood
  • Neck: Maple (Bolt-on)
  • Neck Profile:
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 34"
  • Nut Width: 1.496"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12"
  • Frets: 21 Medium Jumbo
  • Bridge Pickup: Sterling High-output Humbucker
  • Controls: Volume, Treble, and Bass knobs
  • Bridge: Heavy-duty fixed bridge
  • Tuners: Open Gear
  • Weight: 10 lbs.

Pros

Good tone and good feel are descriptions that came up a number of times among reviewers. Even those who own actual Music Man Stringray bass guitars were impressed at how close this one is in terms of sound and playing feel. Many were also happy with the built-in active EQ, with some of them using the EQ to get two distinct sounds from its basic one pickup configuration.

Cons

There are a few who commented on minor imperfections to the finish, but they still rated the bass highly. There was one who reported that the paint on the back of his bass suddenly fell off, but he still mentioned that he genuinely liked the bass, and rated it highly at that.

Overall

If you're favorite bassist plays a Music Man StingRay (like Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Cliff Williams (AC/DC), John Deacon (Queen), Simon Gallup (The Cure) and more), then the Sterling by Music Man SUB Ray4 should be an automatic pick.

Editor's Pick

This is where we sometimes present additional options which didn't quite fit into our list above but which you may also find interesting and useful. In this case it's a bass that was originally in the guide above but the street price has since gone up to $350 but it's still very popular and still worth a look.

Epiphone Goth Thunderbird-IV

95
GEARANK

95 out of 100. Incorporating 500+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$349
Epiphone Goth Thunderbird-IV Electric Bass Guitar

If you're surprised to find that the Epiphone Goth Thunderbird IV got such a high Gearank score take comfort in knowing that I was too. Metalheads just love this bass guitar and after careful consideration of the reviews, I'd have to say that I'm convinced that it really is one of the best for its specific genre - which is rock and metal. It starts off with a black finish alder body and a 34" scale maple neck with a wider 1.73" nut. The instrument's gothic look is complemented by its versatile two humbucker pickup configuration, both of which work great for modern rock and metal, while leaving enough leeway for crossing over to other musical genres.

Features:

  • Body: Mahogany
  • Neck: Hard Maple (bolt-on)
  • Neck Profile: Slim Taper
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 34"
  • Nut Width: 1.73"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12"
  • Frets: 20 Medium Jumbo
  • Neck Pickup: Epiphone TB Plus bass humbucker
  • Bridge Pickup: Epiphone TB Plus bass humbucker
  • Controls: Master Tone, Volume 1 and Volume 2
  • Bridge: 3-point Fully Adjustable
  • Tuners: Premium Die-Cast 17:1 Ratio
  • Weight: 12 lbs.

Pros

This bass looks incredible, is a good summation of how many users feel about the Epiphone Goth Thunderbird IV. But it's not just skin deep because many loved the sound of the humbuckers, with some users reporting that it works great for classic rock, punk and even modern metal. The fact that you can get a cool looking, great sounding and solidly built guitar at this price point was also appreciated by many of the reviewers. As a testament to its build quality, the tuning machines got a lot of compliments, along with its overall playability, unlike other basses in this price range.

Cons

The most notable concern raised by users is the awkward position of the strap nut on the neck plate, causing the bass to be a bit unbalanced when playing standing up. Some users found the wider nut width to be a bit of an issue, saying that it's harder to slap and do fingerstyle playing. However, the wider string spacing makes it ideal for picking, which is common in rock and metal anyway.

Overall

With its high ratings and great reviews, this bass guitar is an easy recommendation, especially if you're into rock and metal.

Comments

Your demo video on the Toby

Your demo video on the Toby is almost useless, I play bass, not guitar, and your demonstrater seems more interested in pretending he's playing a guitar. That doesn't help me, if I want to sound like a guitarist, I'll plug in a Les Paul.

If you watch the video all

If you watch the video all the way through you'll see that he demonstrates traditional styles as well as the style of play you didn't like - the main thing is that it does demonstrate the different tones you can get from the Epiphone Toby Deluxe IV.

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