Danelectro Introduces the Red Hot Longhorn Bass

The Red Hot Longhorn brandishes a pair of high-impedance, high-output Danelectro pickups. It’s designed to deliver a huge array of bass tones

Danelectro Introduces the Red Hot Longhorn Bass

The Red Hot Longhorn brandishes a pair of high-impedance, high-output Danelectro pickups. It’s designed to deliver a huge array of bass tones

Danelectro has introduced the newest addition to its line of uniquely stylish 4-string basses: the Red Hot Longhorn.

The Red Hot Longhorn brandishes a pair of high-impedance, high-output Danelectro pickups. It’s designed to deliver a huge array of bass tones.

First introduced in 1958, Danelectro’s classic Longhorn body shape and short-scale neck is revered for its distinctive sound, heard on countless recordings. The newest Longhorn carries on this proud tradition but adds some modern touches.

Red Hot Longhorn features include:

  • Red Hot top and black back & sides
  • F hole and top body binding. 
  • Two Danelectro 50’s pickups, CRL pickup selector 
  • 29.75″ short-scale neck with Rosewood fretboard and 24 frets
  • Traditional bridge with single adjustable rosewood saddle
  • Black die-cast master volume and tone knobs 

Danelectro’s Red Hot Longhorn bass carries a street price of $599.

For more information, please visit danelectro.com.

Bass Magazine   By: Bass Magazine