Yamaha TRBX174 Violin Sunburst

4-string Electric Bass with Alder Body, Maple Neck, Sonokeling Fingerboard, 1 Split-coil Pickup, and 1 Single-coil Pickup - Violin Sunburst
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Yamaha Quality at an Affordable Price

The Yamaha TRBX174 bass guitar is an outstanding value for the modern bassist. The TRBX series is one of Yamaha's most popular basses, and for good reason. This cool-looking, great-sounding bass gives you a comfortable Yamaha body shape and a fast-action bolt-on maple neck with a smooth-playing sonokeling fingerboard. You get strong, punchy tone from the P/J arrangement of split-coil/single-coil pickups. Factor in the solid hardware and a range of great finishes, and you've got an eye-catching and ear-catching bass with the Yamaha TRBX174.

Yamaha TRBX174 4-string Bass Guitar at a Glance:
  • Comfortable body with progressive styling
  • P/J pickup arrangement for a universe of great bass tones
  • Yamaha quality, through and through
Comfortable body with progressive styling

One look at the Yamaha TRBX174 electric bass, and you know it means business. A deep cutaway gives you clean access to the higher registers for soloing, while the pronounced upper bout provides balance (and looks cool). You're going to love the way the TRBX174 looks and feels!

P/J pickup arrangement for a universe of great bass tones

The Yamaha TRBX174 sports a classic pickup layout: a split-coil in the middle position and a single-coil at the bridge. The Precision-style split-coil serves up the beef, giving you solid, deep fundamentals. the Jazz-style single delivers the growl, with strong mids and highs (particularly if you're strung up with round-wounds). How you combine the pickups is up to you, but one thing's for sure - you've got tons of tonal options!

Yamaha quality, through and through

The Yamaha TRBX174 bass is covered by the company's Limited Lifetime Warranty. Yamaha has been making world-class instruments for over a century, and they're supremely confident of the quality of the materials and workmanship that goes into their products. You can rest easy that you've made a solid decision in purchasing the Yamaha TRBX174 electric bass guitar!

Yamaha TRBX174 4-string Bass Guitar Features:
  • A great-sounding and playing bass
  • Fast-action maple neck and sonokeling fingerboard
  • Comfortable alder body with progressive styling
  • P/J pickup arrangement gives you a universe of great bass tones
  • Yamaha Limited Lifetime Warranty
The Yamaha TRBX174 - great sound, playability, and value!

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Tech Specs

Body Shape TRBX
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 4
Color Violin Sunburst
Body Material Alder
Body Finish Polyurethane
Neck Material Maple, Bolt-on
Fingerboard Material Sonokeling, 10" radius
Number of Frets 24
Scale Length 34"
Nut Width 1.496"
Bridge/Tailpiece Vintage style
Tuners Covered tuners
Number of Pickups 2
Middle Pickup Split single-coil
Bridge Pickup Single-coil
Strings (.045-.105)
Manufacturer Part Number TRBX174 OVS

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Great fundamentals..

I had a Fender J-bass stolen from me a while back. My circumstances dictated that I look in the price range of this bass for a replacement, and with many different brands and models to choose from, it came down to an educated guess which one to choose. There are several choices, many of them little more than toys. There seems to be a distinction between "guitar player's basses" and "bass player's basses." This isn't just a matter of the scale of the neck, but in the whole construction. In my experience, Yamaha builds musical instruments of good quality, no matter the instrument. They take the time in each case to match the instrument to its requirements. When I received this bass, I was immediately impressed with how well it matched my stolen Fender Jazz bass so far as quality goes. It has a neck more like a P-bass, but I wasn't thrilled with the narrowness of my J-bass neck anyway. This is a comfortable neck to play, period. The shape, the weight, and the electronics on this bass are designed for a bass player. When I play this bass, it's overall quality impresses me. It's definitely a bass player's bass. For a passive pickup bass, I'm convinced it's the best out there for the price, and a decent bass at any price.
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See also: Yamaha, Yamaha 4-string Bass Guitars