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Without the electric bass, which developed in parallel with the electric guitar, popular music would be different today. Just like the guitar, the double bass was too quiet for the big bands of the 20s and 30s. The first electric bass in today's sense was already constructed in 1930 by the Audio-Vox company. Leo Fender, who wrote music history with his Telecaster and shortly afterwards with the Stratocaster, brought the first series model onto the market in 1951 with the Precision Bass. The Jazz Bass followed in 1954. Both models are now firmly established in the instrument trade's assortment, naturally also at JustMusic. Nowadays, almost every well-known manufacturer of electric guitars also builds electric basses. Instruments from Fender, Rickenbacker, Höfner or Gibson are among the classics of the profession. Asian brands such as Ibanez, Yamaha and ESP set important trends in development. Even German bass makers, above all Warwick, but also Sandberg, Esh and others have redefined the electric bass. Leo Fender's work as a partner in the Music Man company is unforgotten. The Sting Ray and the Sterling are still indispensable on stages all over the world. ESP, LTD, Squier, Jackson, Hagström, Epiphone are names that stand for the variety of instruments on offer, of course also at JustMusic.