Danelectro Introduces Red Hot Longhorn Bass


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

Sporting an eye-grabbing red top with cream binding and an f-hole – along with black headstock, neck, back and sides – no other bass looks, sounds and feels like this one!

The Red Hot Longhorn brandishes a pair of high impedance, high output Danelectro pickups. It’ll deliver a huge array of bass tones, ranging from sonic boom to Nashville-style tic-tac…and everything in between.

First introduced in 1958, Danelectro’s classic Longhorn body shape and short-scale neck is revered for its distinctive sound, heard on countless re- cordings. The newest Longhorn carries on this proud tradition but adds some modern touches to its timeless appeal. With its 29.75′′ neck scale and f-hole construction, the Red Hot Longhorn offers ultra-comfortable playability and weight.

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

Want to Join the Music Industries Association?

Join now

Already a member?

Sign in