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Fender Mark Hoppus Signature Bass Guitar
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J Bass look and feel with a prodigious P Bass pickup.

The Fender Mark Hoppus Signature Bass Guitar was designed with Blink-182's bassist. It features one split-coil Seymour Duncan Basslines SPB-3 Quarter Pound Precision Bass pickup to crank out deep, dense tone suitable for serious party music. A Jazz Bass alder body and maple neck with a 9-1/2"-radius rosewood fingerboard give it a traditional Fender feel and enduring comfort. A slick, stripped-down visage features a single volume knob and pearloid pickguard. 1-5/8" nut width.

Case sold separately.

Fender Mark Hoppus Signature Bass Guitar Features:

  • Maple neck with rosewood fretboard
    Alder J Bass body
    Seymour Duncan Basslines SPB-3 Quarter Pound Precision Bass Pickup
    Single volume control
    3-ply pearloid pickguard, white on Daphne blue and surf green, black on Olympic white and black.
    Case sold separately

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  • Still an Awesome Bass

    As reviewed by Steven Willis on 5/28/2012

    Allow me to review this again. I have before in the past but it was not the best review. This bass still earns five stars in my book. It's amazing for Punk, Pop-punk Alternative, things of that nature. However with the right amount of tweaking it can play almost anything. I have the bass in original shell pink. As it was given to me by a family member at Christmas. I Would not trade this bass for anything. The SPB-3's are fantastic, just get this bass set up in a music store and you're ready to go. I recommend this to any pop-punk fan.

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  • Get it While it Lasts!

    As reviewed by Dave on 3/14/2011

    NOTE: The Hoppus that is shown here is the original Mark Hoppus Jazz Bass, and not the updated one. The new one has that 70's looking neck with the better finish like the new Standard series, the see-through finishes on the body (the green looks awful), and the reversed SPB-3 Quarter-Pound P pickup, which changes the overall tone and attack slightly (but enough). The original Hoppus has the traditional pickup placement that Fender's used since the 50's. The New Hoppus should have been offered as a Custom Shop bass, rather than discontinue this bass. I've had this bass for 2 years now. The sound rivals my American Standard P-Bass which has the same pickup. The lack of tone knob is GREAT! If you want a bass that you can do tone changes with, get an active bass, as with passive basses, the tone controls only subtract the highs anyway. The neck is your typical Mexican made Standard Precission. There have been some downsides to this bass: 1) The tuner bushings are loose, and fall off sometimes when changing strings; not that major, but annoying. 2) The ferrels are loose, and again can fall out when changing strings (apparently my bass isn't the only one, as I've seen 2 used Hoppus' with missing ferrels). Also, the paint itself is rather thin, and I can now see the wood through the finish on the right arm contour on the front of the body, which I think looks cooler than the shiny Daphne Blue, but might annoy others. I bought this bass as a backup to my American Standard, and it now gets used as much as the American Standard. The SPB-3 pickup has more of a vintage tone with higher output and more punch than a standard P pickup. It's string-through-body, giving it better resonance than other Standard Precissions. Price is a bit steep, but worth it, even with it's shortcomings, especailly considering the new Hoppus is kinda backwards, and this bass is discontinued.

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    As reviewed by Punkbassist31 on 3/2/2007

    I got this bass a couple years ago and it hasn't failed me yet. It sounds great and looks great. A lot of people question the bass because of the lack of a tone knob, but believe me. The tone is PERFECT. Mark Hoppus knew exactly what he was doing when he made this bass. This bass is great for virtually any style of music, but if you play pop punk it's no question - BUY THIS BASS. It's a great deal for the price.

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