Dean Reintroduces Stylist Cabbie Bass

After discontinuing the model in 2007, Dean has reintroduced the Stylist Cabbie Bass. The outlandish semi-hollow bass stands out with a yellow top and a black and white checkerboard design on the back and sides.

Dean Stylist Cabbie Bass

The 4-string bass features a 32″ scale. Its maple neck sports a “C”-shape profile and is topped with a rosewood fingerboard adorned pearl off-set dot inlays. The Sytlist Cabbie bass is fitted with a pair of DMT Design humbuckers that can be toggled with a three-way switch.

The Dean Stylist Cabbie Bass is available now with a street price around $519.99.

Dean Stylist Cabbie Bass Specs:

Body:Semi-Hollow Maple
Construction:Set Neck
Neck Shape:C
Inlays:Pearl Off-Set Dot Inlays
Tuners:Sealed Die Cast
Pickups:DMT Design Humbuckers
Finish:Yellow Top, Black & White Checkerboard Back & Sides

For more information:
Dean Guitars

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  1. What was the first year the cabbie bass introduced?

  2. I wonder if Dean is still using the 6-string guitar PAF-style humbuckers in these, or if they have finally put some BASS pickups in them? The most common subject discussed about the original Dean Cabbie basses was which pickups to replace the originals with. That’s fairly inexcusable on a $519.95 bass!

    I still want a Cabbie, but if they are the same ol’ pickups, I may end up trying to fit the Fender Precision Cabronita pickups in place of the originals.