Tanglewood is well renowned for inexpensive instruments and has maintained a level of consistency over a number of years that has sustained continued success in a very price-dependent market sector. Their instruments are very often highly playable and capable of performing surprisingly well above their actual price.
Build Quality & Features
The Tanglewood Canyon 2 bass features a 'two-over-two' machinehead arrangement, a black plastic nut, an East River humbucking pickup located between the bridge and the end of the neck and an active 9-volt 3-band EQ system. A variety of woods have been used in the construction of each bass. The bass features an ebony fingerboard fitted with abalone position markers and white side markers.
The Canyon II sports a five-piece maple and mahogany thru-neck to improve stability and sustain. The look this gives to the instrument is further enhanced by the excellent top body timbers. The Canyon II has been crafted with an arched flame maple top and Mahogany has been used for the body of the instrument.
The ebony fingerboards have been crafted to produce a crescent design at the end of each fingerboard, which looks quite stylish especially on the Canyon II its natural finishes.
|Guitar Type||Electric Bass Guitar|
|Number of Strings||4|
|Right-/ Left-Handed||Right Handed|
- Long scale active bass
- Canadian Maple & Mahogany Thru Neck
- Ebony Fingerboard
- Solid alder body
- Arched Flame Maple Top
- Walnut Veneer & Mahogany back
- Diecast Black Nickel Bridge & Hardware
- EAST RIVER pickup
- Natural Open Pore Finish