Epiphone EB-3 - Cherry

4-string Electric Bass with Mahogany Body, Mahogany Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, and 2 Humbucking Pickups - Cherry
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A Classic Bass Design and a Great Value!

The Epiphone EB-3 solidbody 4-string bass gives you big tone and fast playability, thanks to its combination of a long-scale set-neck design, SG-style double-cutaway body, and dual-pickup configuration. The EB-3 bass's mahogany body is equipped with a heavy-duty bridge, a Sidewinder bridge pickup, and an NYT Bass mini-humbucker for maximum sustain and a range of great tones. The mahogany neck is slim and comfortable, and its rosewood fingerboard includes classy trapezoid inlays. Sure, it's a very affordable instrument but the EB-3 is also a great-playing tone monster of a bass!

Epiphone EB-3 Solidbody Electric Bass Guitar Features:
  • Color: Cherry
  • Body: Mahogany
  • Neck: Set, mahogany
  • Scale: 34"
  • Nut Width: 1.65"
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Fingerboard inlays: Trapezoid
  • Pickups: Sidewinder/NYT Bass Mini
  • Hardware: Chrome
The Epiphone EB-3 bass gives you big tone and great playing feel at a fantastic price!

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Tech Specs

Body Shape SG
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 4
Color Cherry
Body Material Mahogany
Body Finish Polyurethane
Neck Material Mahogany, Set
Neck Shape SG
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlay Trapezoid
Number of Frets 22
Scale Length 34"
Nut Width 1.65"
Bridge/Tailpiece Stoptail
Tuners Chrome
Number of Pickups 2
Neck Pickup Sidewinder Humbucker
Bridge Pickup NYT Bass Mini Humbucker
Controls 2 x Volume, 2 x Tone
Strings (.045-.105)
Manufacturer Part Number EBG3CHCH1

Customer Reviews

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5/5

eb-3 cherry

love it! love it! absolutely beautiful and sounds like a dream. Thanks guys!
5/5

Like I Like It

WoW!!! Would be a correct term. I've been looking for a bass that would give me DEEP LOW END sound like Cream's Jack Bruce from my cabinets and head and this one certainly does. A lot of people have complaints about mudbuckers but between the bridge and neck pickups I get the sound I want. This Epiphone EB-3 has a fit and finish that is bar none, definitely a keeper. She's a beauty in the transparent cherry finish so I've given her a name and it's "Ruby". The bass arrived in 3 days and set up was great right out of the box. I'd like to thank Nick Huskins for his superb assistance. Sweetwater you guys got it going!!!
Music background: Part Time Bassist
5/5

Another winner from Epiphone and Sweetwater!

I have several Epiphones in my collection, from a Les Paul to Dot and SG, and all have been excellent guitars that I have been very pleased with. This EB-3 bass did not disappoint either. It has a beautiful finish and great action. Value for price you can not go wrong and Sweetwater comes through again with excellent service. Thank you once again!
Music background: Bass and guitar player
5/5

Beautiful Bass

I have to look at the headstock to remind me this isn't a Gibson from the 60's. It definitely has the Gibson vibe. It's a beauty to look at. With the dual pickups and the three-way selector switch, you can get a lot of different tones. I like this bass so much, I had to buy the matching SG 400.
Music background: Pro Musician
5/5

Gorgeous. Lightweight. Small Neck. Cheap!

I couldn't be happier buying the EB-3 for my first (and last) bass. The SG style and color match my Gibson Doubleneck, and this bass is just as beautiful, and solid. My hands are small, and the neck on the EB-3 feels very comfortable which makes it easy to play. It sounds like a bass...so I can't argue about the sound. But hooking it up to a Bass Floor Pedal (your choice) seals the deal, especially if it has drum patterns to play along with. It is lightweight, which is another plus. It is neck heavy, but I solve that by using a simple strap that goes around my leg and hooks on to the end pin. (I invented it for the Doubleneck). With the light weight and the neck dive issue solved this thing can be played for hours with no fatigue, leaving me free to let go with either hand to twist knobs or pencil lyrics. For the price, I am simply amazed. Who says beauty and satisfaction can't be had for a song? How can they sell this for so cheap and make money?
Music background: Pro Musician
See also: Epiphone, Epiphone 4-string Bass Guitars