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Lindo Black Matte ACB Electro Acoustic Bass Guitar and Padded Gigbag

(25 customer reviews)

Designed by Lindo Guitars, the Lindo black matte ACB electro acoustic bass guitar with frayed infinity knot inlay, is as slick in tone as it is in looks.

£299.99 inc. VAT

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The Lindo Black Matte ACB Electro Acoustic Bass Guitar – Design and Concept

Designed in Bristol, UK by Lindo Guitars, the Lindo black matte ACB electro acoustic bass is as slick in tone as it is in looks. The ACB sides and back are made from top grade sapele. The soundboard (top) is spruce. These woods have excellent tonal properties and further enhance sustain and projection.


The harmonious combination of a mahogany neck and black walnut fretboard ensures a balance of controlled highs and smooth lows across all four strings. The die-cast, chrome-plated machine heads ensure the ACB holds a perfect tune every time. They also give this electro acoustic bass a smart finish. The string-through black walnut bridge enhances the overall tone from the body. The pin-less bridge system, it makes string changes quicker and easier.

Features and Benefits

The ACB series features a Venetian cutaway in the body and a slim c-shape neck which allows for access further up the neck.

The ACB bass delivers natural acoustic frequencies perfectly. But also connect this guitar to an amplifier via the on-board F-4T preamplifier. The F-4T has EQ controls for the bass, middle, treble, presence. It also has a master volume and low battery indicator. The chromatic tuner is displayed via the backlit LCD and the LEDs illuminate when a note is sharp or flat. Therefore it’s very clear and easy to use in all lighting conditions.


The feature of the dual ¼” jack and balanced XLR output allows for connection to an amplifier, mixing desk or audio interface – so play live or record music at home. Suitable for all levels of player, the Venus is the ideal guitar for learning, gigging, touring or just going to a friend’s to jam.

An acoustic bass creates a unique sound all of its own, which means you aren’t restricted to just acoustic music alone.

Colour Black Matte
Preamp F-4T Chromatic
Pick-up Piezoelectric
Machine Heads Alloy with Chrome finish
Truss Rod Two-way
Frets 24
Strings Steel (Medium)
Size 47.5″ (Full-size)
Body Depth 120mm
Scale Length 34″
Nut Width 42mm
Top Material Spruce
Side Material Basswood
Back Material Basswood
Fretboard Solid walnut
Bridge Solid walnut
Inlay Material ABS
Binding Material ABS
Accessories 9V battery and Allen key.


25 reviews for Lindo Black Matte ACB Electro Acoustic Bass Guitar and Padded Gigbag

  1. Niall Keane

    you never know when considering an acoustic bass guitar… I mean the acoustic version is really a double bass… but I have to say I’m delighted I took the risk… along side acoustic guitar its perfect… isnt drowned out…

    The materials used on this and how it is put together exude pure craftsmanship skill and an artistic eye for detail. Musically its a pleasure to play and listen to… the action is excellent, the tones and harmonics perfect.

    When I plugged it in, it’s class continued… I already have a fender electric bass, although I’m principally a guitarist, when pals call around, we will exchange instruments and let the craic ensue… from reggae to hardcore punk… awl lads now, but we all played in bands in our past… nothing special… my point? Decades ago I entered the world of guitars as a young punk idolising Sid Vicious, so … bass guitar it was… Punk has attitude, and its only as I’ve mellowed in the past 15 years that I took acoustic instruments seriously… they came after the electrical… so I suppose there’s always a residual bias towards the electrical for me. That being said, I’d prefer this bass plugged in over the fender anyway, even if knocking out a Flux of Pink Indians number as I discovered this week… Its a pure pleasure to play this bass! I guess I’ve fallen in love? as I could pull a Paul Simonon on the fender, it is what it is, but never this instrument, its high art!

  2. Rubio

    Arrived a week early and absolutely chuffed with it. Looks good, sounds good and came with a bag!!
    Was already strung and in tune.
    Highly recommended.

  3. Jeremy Vevers

    I bought this acoustic bass not expecting something so glamorous. But it had a problem: fret buzz on the D string at the 10th fret. I have a feeling this guitar had been round the block. The problem is that this is an unusual machine. Not many people aspire to one. However I was passing Bristol and took it along to Lindo guitars. They were very helpful and swapped it for their demo one which was fine. You get a lot for your £200.

  4. Mr. A. B. Finlayson

    This is a really nice guitar. It came three days before the expected delivery date despite delivery to a small Scottish village. Almost perfectly tuned on arrival and no damage or scratches. Really nice looking and looks quality built. I was a bit worried finger prints would be obvious on the Matt finish but not really aware of this. It needs a jumbo gig bag if you’re planning to get one also.
    The sound and action height are lovely for me. I believe some wanted this adjusted. No buzz on the upper frets and I’m really enjoying being able to play it anytime without having to lead up to amp as I did with my previous Epiphone ripper and Stagg fretless. Admittedly only had it a few days so far but played well in this time and holds tuning fairly well considering new strings. Good volume for an acoustic bass. I’m lovin’ it?

  5. Joss G-Edwards

    Had this bass for almost a week and I am thoroughly enjoying it. Lovely crisp sound from the strings and a nice deep sound from the body. For the price its fantastic

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