#1
K so I'm tryin to decide what type of Acoustic bass to get. Ive been playing bass for about 3 years. My price range is fairly low and the only thing is it NEEDS 24 fretts.
I was thinkin this one : http://bass-guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Dean-Playmate-Cutaway-EAB-AcousticElectric-Bass?sku=511937

Is it a good idea? any other suggestions?
#2
i'm actually in the same position and that's one of the basses i was looking at getting. unfortunately i can't really offer you any advice on the subject
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#3
I've tried accoustic basses and can't see the point, they still ahve to be amplified to be of any use, on their own they just sound like a detuned guitar.
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#4
The problem there really isn't a good cheap acoustic bass. The terms are really mutually exclusive. The Dean's that fit your bill are just bulky and have a low volume meh sound.

You'd be better off in slapping flats on an electric bass and turning down the volume on the amp.
#5
^Thirded, you get what you pay for, and in Dean's case, less then you pay for.

If you are 100% dead set on the acoustic route, why exactly do you require 24 frets? Because unless your willing to settle for less frets, your options are going to be pretty limited.
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