B-10

BLACK SATIN

B-10
$199.00
(U.S. Only)
The LTD 10 Series is designed for beginners and players on a tight budget who still want a solid instrument for the money. Even if you’re just getting started on bass, the B-10 Bass is your doorway into the ESP family. It has a smooth and comfortable thin U-shaped maple neck, making it easier to build up your abilities. It’s a very comfortable bass that anyone can use to learn and play, and good-sounding ESP Designed pickups including an active Tone Boost Control. It also includes a free gig bag case to make it easy to get your bass around to lessons, jams at friends’ houses, or wherever you want to rock. Available in Black Satin finish.
Construction Bolt-On
Scale 34"
Body Basswood
Neck Maple
Fingerboard Engineered Hardwood
Fingerboard Radius 400mm
Finish BLACK SATIN
Nut Width 38mm
Nut Type Molded
Neck Contour Thin U
Frets/Type 24 XJ
Hardware Color Chrome
Strap Button Standard
Tuners LTD
Bridge LTD DB-4
Neck PU ESP Designed LDP
Bridge PU ESP Designed LDJ
Electronics Active
Electronics Layout Volume/Volume/ATB-1 Tone Boost
Strings (.045/.065/.085/.105)
Case GIG BAG INCLUDED
Case Included N
Comments
Victoria M.

not 1 availabe in canada.  seems there was never many here to begin with.  Im tempted to buy from the US and pay the extra fees.  sigh.  ended up placing order through Long & McQuade.  who knows how long it will take - website say out of stock at the supplier.  

Carl N.

Best of luck getting one!

William M.

Having a hard time finding a dealer with the LTD B-10 in stock..

Carl N.

These should be readily available at most larger retailer chains

William M.

The sam ash, and guitar centers I checked said they would have to order them. Which is fine really..Just diddnt want to wait that long.

Austin C.

This is cheap for a bass. What makes it so cheap? 

Carl N.

Hey Austin, entry level instruments will be more affordable than mid-level and higher end instruments.

Ye Olde Foxeh

Only one question comes in mind - why not make the battery easily accessible like even cheaper instruments all around the world? With a simple little lid? Why do we need to have a screwdriver around whenever we need to replace the battery?

Carl N.

Hey Foxeh, one reason, durability.  With the exception of the ashtry style battery box on E-II and ESP instruments most other "easy access" battery compartments, ones that flip outwards, break down over time.  The wires within are put under more stress and can be more prone to breaking.