The EEB (Eastwood Electric Bass) Bass is a tribute to the AMPEG AEB model from the late 1960's. Strange yet elegant, the EEB has a look like no other Bass. The F-holes are cut completely through the body for an unusual see-through look. Original AEB models sell for more than $2,500 in todays Vintage Guitar market.
Posted by Dr. T on 22nd Aug 2014
What I wrote in my review for the EEB-1 holds for the EUB-1 as well: super-cool looks, great quality, most enjoyable playability, and serious sounds in spades. The fretless feature of course underlines the warm and solid sonic character of the bass even more, and with the surprisingly wired range of the tone control it is very easy to go from a super-deep salsa thump to quite modern fretless sounds in a second. Adding a Boss chorus (if your dare: go stereo!!) creates a fantastic, big sound that for ballads between drums (and maybe some percussion) and the solo voice everything is covered - no need for further accompaniment. In the higher pitch ranges, the bass "sings" wonderfully. I find instrument to have a remarkable value for the money.
Great, highly gratifying instrument - I have since sold my other (name brand) fretless and have never looked back.