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Small But Mighty: Discover Our Short Scale Bass Guitars for Big Sound!

March 16, 2023


Great news, the highly anticipated Glarry 30" Short Scale Bass Guitar has finally arrived! Before we delve into the details of this exciting new instrument, be sure to check out the hands-on video above to hear it in action and see how it feels in the hands of a skilled bassist.


This bass features a 30-inch scale length, which is significantly shorter than the standard 34-inch scale length of most bass guitars. This shorter length means that the strings require less tension to produce the same pitch, making them easier to press down and reducing hand fatigue.


Don't let its small size fool you – the GB Short Scale packs a punch with its solid wood construction and powerful single pickup. It produces a bright, clear, and punchy tone that's perfect for a wide range of musical styles, from rock to funk, blues, and beyond. The volume and tone controls allow players to dial in the exact sound they're looking for.


The shorter scale length and lightweight design make it easy to play for extended periods, while the smaller body, shorter neck, and frets designed for comfort ensure smooth playability. This makes it an ideal choice for players with small hands or those who are just starting out.


With a sleek and stylish design, this bass guitar is sure to turn heads on stage or in the practice room.


One of the best things about this bass is its unbeatable price. As one of the most affordable bass guitars on the market, this bass delivers solid sound and playability that rivals many more expensive instruments. It's an excellent option for bass beginners or those on a tight budget, and a reliable backup or travel instrument for more experienced players.


A Gentle Reminder: There is NOT MUCH STOCK LEFT this batch! First come, first served.

Click here if you want one: Glarry® 30in GB Short Scale Electric Bass Guitar

If you have any questions or suggestions, please fell free to contact us. Our email address is: [email protected]. Thank you.

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