On [this page](http://www.jackbruce.com/2008/Gear/gear.htm) of Jack Bruce's o... more
On this page of Jack Bruce's official site, it says, "Though trained on the upright bass, Jack Bruce took a liking early on to small, short-scale electric basses. One of his first was the Fender Bass VI, a 6-string bass tuned EADGBE like a guitar, but one octave lower."
From [this page](http://www.jackbruce.com/2008/Gear/gear.htm) of Jack Bruce's... more
From this page of Jack Bruce's official site: "Jack recorded most of Fresh Cream with this bass, before moving to the classic Gibson EB-3, the sound of which he made famous during Cream's live tours."
According to [Jack's official site](http://www.jackbruce.com/2008/Gear/gear.h... more
According to Jack's official site "In 1976, Jack moved to the fretless bass. After stints with some Aria and Spector long-scale basses, he found Warwick, a German producer of high quality electric basses. Jack made some suggestions for improving the balance and pickups, and Warwick produced the bass that served thereafter as his main instrument. The Warwick Jack Bruce Signature Model is a modified fretless 4-string Thumb Bass featuring MEC active pickups and LED position markers on the side of the neck."
The Warwick Jack Bruce JB3 Signature Survivor Bass is featured on Jack Bruce'... more
The Warwick Jack Bruce JB3 Signature Survivor Bass is featured on Jack Bruce's official site. Jack says about this bass "For many years after I found the fabulous Warwick Thumb Bass we struggled to come up with my idea of the perfect players' instrument. At long last here it is. The Jack Bruce JB3 Survivor Bass. The best there is."
This photo shows Bruce playing a Gibson EB-1. more
This photo shows Bruce playing a Gibson EB-1.
Bruce can be seen in this photo playing a Danelectro Longhorn Bass. more
Bruce can be seen in this photo playing a Danelectro Longhorn Bass.
seen in this picture against the wall more
seen in this picture against the wall
"I am honored to be a long time Hartke player. Their aluminum cone speakers a... more
"I am honored to be a long time Hartke player. Their aluminum cone speakers and 3500 amps are what I need to perform night after night. From my jazz gigs to the classic sound of Cream. Hartke is my sound," says Jack Bruce, on Hartke's website.
seen with super bass stack in this pic more
seen with super bass stack in this pic
Find gear used by Jack Bruce? Submit it and earn GearIQ. Look for gear, equipment, and products Jack Bruce has, uses, and recommends on their Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube videos, etc.Submit An Item to earn 5 Points
GearIQ is a way to recognize people making contributions to Equipboard by commenting, spotting things the pros are using, and adding photos of their gear setups. For ways to gain GearIQ, check out our help page.