Dating gibson bass
The EB-3’s hardware also included a handrest and string mute. In addition to a Volume and Tone knob for each pickup, an unusual four-way rotary switch offered operation of the neck pickup only (position 1), both pickups (2), bridge pickup only (3), and neck pickup with “choke” (4) that produced a brighter, baritone-like sound; its circuit was similar to the pushbutton “baritone” switch on the EB-2.
Early versions had a large, black-plastic-covered humbucking pickup near the neck and a small metal-covered humbucker near the bridge. Fans of classic rock guitar know that Jack Bruce, bassist with Cream, was the most visible EB-3 player in the ’60s.
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The headstock had a crown inlay, and the rosewood fingerboard joined the body at the 17th fret.
Standard finish was Cherry, both had dot inlays and a one-piece bridge/tailpiece with an angled portion for compensation.
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