Ibanez EHB Series Headless Basses

Ibanez combine a striking headless design with advanced playability and versatile electronics!

Ibanez EHB Series Headless Basses

For more than 40 years, Ibanez has pioneered new frontiers in bass development, pushing the boundaries of conventional designs to bass players of all styles and aptitude new ways of expressing themselves. This spirit of exploration has led to the creation of arguably their most advanced performance basses ever - the EHB Series.

Featuring a carefully-calculated headless design, multi-scale (fanned fret) options, 4 & 5-string configurations and versatile Bartolni and Nordstrand pickups, these radical instruments mean business. Typically, you've got a great selection of finishes to choose from, including Popular Burl-topped options and some slick retro-style flat finishes. But make no mistake; despite their striking apperances, the EBH basses are built with precision performance in mind!

Ibanez EHB Basses FAQs

What are the benefits of a headless bass guitar?

Removing the headstock of a bass means relocating tuning equipment to the bridge for easier access. Restringing is simple. It also balances the instrument, makes it lighter and much smaller for travelling. They also look really cool.

What is a multi-scale neck?

A multi-scale neck, also known as fanned frets, incorporates a sliding scale length. Lower strings have a larger gap in between frets while distance between upper strings is a shorter jump. It allows you to retain string tension of lower strings, even when detuning. Buy that, you also do not need thicker low strings.

What style of music are Ibanez EHB basses good for?

Metal players will naturally gravitate towards Ibanez EHB basses, but they're extremely versatile thanks to their dynamic pickups. They produce a clear articulate tone suited to rock, jazz, blues and pop equally well.

Where are Ibanez EHB basses made?

Ibanez EHB basses are made in Japan.