The Reverb-soaked early '60s—solidified by Dick Dale and the Del-Tones, The Ventures and The Beach Boys—became a mainstay in rock history seemingly overnight. Fender dominated the scene, with the Mustang, Jazzmaster, Jaguar and Precision Bass, while Mosrite, Teisco, Danelectro and Eastwood added to the mix. Harmonized vocals, double snare hits, the occasional saxophone and effects like reverb and tremolo rounded out that sunny, upbeat vibe quintessential to the surf sound.