RBX

RBX

Progressive designs and effortless playability make the RBX series our best-selling basses.

Their commanding looks and big low-end tone equip these RBX basses to take on any challenger. The ergonomic body design and 3-D headstock are identifying qualities of RBX374 and RBX375 basses. The smooth tapered feel of the bolt-on neck along with the specially designed humbucking pickups and active circuitry create a comfortable feel.

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RBX170

RBX170RBX170
Discontinued

The RBX170 represents a price breakthrough for the RBX range, yet the quality is everything you’d expect from a Yamaha bass.

RBX170Other colours available

RBX170EW

RBX170EWRBX170EW
Discontinued

RBX170EW features exotic mango top with high playability and trusted quality by Yamaha. The matching head provides a distinct look from other basses. It is the best bass guitar for practice, live and home recordings.

RBX170EWOther colours available

RBX270J

RBX270JRBX270J
Discontinued

The RBX270 is a bass with a lot of character and a serious sound. Standard RBX features include an ultra-slim 34”-scale neck with full two-octave fingerboard and excellent upper-fret access provided by the wide-cutaway contouring of the solid alder body.

RBX270JOther colours available

RBX374

RBX374RBX374
Discontinued

What ever your style, what ever your stage, the RBX374 has the versatility and looks to fit what you’re doing.

RBX374Other colours available

RBX375

RBX375RBX375
Discontinued

RBX375 takes the aggressive styling and pro-inspired spec of the RBX374 and adds a low B for some serious bass power.

RBX375Other colours available

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10/8/2016 [About Yamaha]
YAMAHA STRIKES A POSE FOR DAVID BRENT: LIFE ON THE ROAD MOVIE

Over 60 UK Yamaha dealer stores have joined a nationwide campaign to encourage fans to recreate ‘The Brent pose’ as depicted in the film’s official poster for the chance to win a Yamaha FGX720 Electric Acoustic guitar, signed by Ricky Gervais!

15/12/2015 [Musical Instruments]
Yamaha Launches the New Revstar Series of Electric Guitars Blending Yamaha Craftsmanship and Japanese Engineering Technology with a Custom Motorcycle Design

The new Revstar electric guitar series introduces a new design concept geared to today's style sensibilities and features Yamaha's unique design capabilities in the first major update to the classic Yamaha guitar body shape in over a decade.

10/4/2013 [Musical Instruments]
Performance, Playability and Tone characterise all-new Yamaha TRBX basses

Yamaha proudly introduce the all-new TRBX 300 and TRBX 500 Series bass guitars. These revolutionary new instruments are built to deliver the ultimate in tone, versatility and value. Featuring new and unique player-friendly technical innovations created through extensive collaborations between leading bass players and Yamaha's technicians and craftsmen

10/4/2013 [Musical Instruments]
YAMAHA INTRODUCE NEW CLIP ON GUITAR TUNERS

Frankfurt Musikmesse sees Yamaha introducing two new Guitar Tuners, both packed with practical and useful features which will make life easier for guitarists, bass players and even Ukulele maestros

10/4/2013 [Musical Instruments]
POPULAR DEMAND SEES YAMAHA EXPAND LIMITED EDITION 'EXOTIC' WOOD GUITAR LINE UP

Yamaha and the word 'exotic' are not immediately synonymous, but this year’s Frankfurt Musik Messe is set to change all that as we witness the launch of three new Limited Edition models that expand their range of Exotic Wood models – first previewed to much critical acclaim in 2012 at the Winter NAMM Show in Los Angeles (RBX170EW).

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