Ernie Ball Earthwood Acoustic Bass (c.1978)

sku: 55U-208943
One of the first commercially available acoustic basses). The Earthwood bass was co-designed by Ernie Ball and George Fullerton.
Solid spruce top, walnut back and sides and maple neck. With original brown gigbag (brown lining). EC- except two repaired top cracks (below bridge). On consignment   More Details...

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  • SN 921
  • c.1978
  • EC- except for repaired top center seam and one crack (below bridge and cleated by our shop)
  • Natural semi-gloss finish
  • Jumbo body 18" lower bout, 6" body depth
  • Solid spruce top with round soundhole
  • Ladder brace and radial fan style top bracing
  • Walnut back and sides
  • Bolt-on 12-fret maple neck
  • Mahogany body and headstock binding
  • 16 fret rosewood fingerboard, dot markers
  • Rosewood bridge (strings are installed through soundhole)
  • D-shaped neck profile
  • Passive pickup installed
  • 1-5/8" nut, ~34-1/8" scale
  • Schaller tuners
  • Maple headstock overlay with "E" logo
  • Rare model
  • Good sound
  • With original brown gigbag (brown lining)
  • On consignment