Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Longhorn Bass
Finish
  • Copper Burst
Year
  • 2010s
Categories
Body Shape
  • Double Cutaway
Fretboard Material
  • Rosewood
Number of Strings
  • 4 String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed

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Reviews for the Danelectro Longhorn Bass Copper Burst
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  • A real blast from the past!

    Having played short scale basses for years, this was my first foray into the world of the Long horn and man am I amazed. It is easily the lightest and funkiest looking bass I have ever owned and is at the same time a real tone beast. The neck is fast and easy to play, the controls work as they shoul…

  • I love my long horn bass

    Verified Purchase

    This bass was on my bucket list, and I'm glad I got it. I'm trying to get used to short scale basses and this is a good bass to work with. I use D'addario Chrome flat wound strings on my basses and they work well with the long horn bass. I really like this bass and highly recommend it.

  • Versatile and chock full o' fun.

    Verified Purchase

    Lightweight, compact and great quality- the longhorn is a blast to play. Easy transition to bass if you're a guitar player. Sounds amazing. Can do straight thumping bass or twangy surf and country.

  • lightweight

    Verified Purchase

    So lightweight!~

  • Danelectro Longhorn Bass (short scale, Copperburst)

    Verified Purchase

    This is my second Danelectro guitar, I recently bought a Danelectro '50 NOS+ that I can't put down. On that experience alone, I decided to try the Longhorn, since I was in the need of a short scale bass for recording projects. I had some concerns that, perhaps, my '59 might have been a fluke and I j…