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Fender Standard Precision Bass Guitar
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Today's take on the bass that started it all.

The Fender Standard Precision Bass Guitar delivers the sound, look, and feel today's bass players demand. The Fender Standard Precision features that classic P-Bass old-school design. Each Precision Bass boasts contemporary features and refinements that make it an excellent value. The alder body, maple fretboard with jumbo frets, and split single-coil pickup deliver the fat tone that has driven rhythm sections for decades.

Fender Standard Precision Bass Guitar Features:

  • Series: Standard series
    Body: Alder
    Neck: Maple, modern C shape, gloss urethane finish
    Fingerboard: Maple
    9-1/2" Radius (241 mm)
    Frets: 20 Medium-jumbo frets
    Pickups: 1 Standard Precision Bass split single-coil pickup (Mid)
    Controls: Volume, Tone
    Bridge: Standard vintage style with single groove saddles
    Machine heads: Standard
    Hardware: Chrome
    Pickguard: 3-Ply Parchment
    Scale Length: 34" (864 mm)
    Width at Nut: 1-5/8" (41.3 mm)
    Unique features: Knurled chrome P Bass knobs, Fender transition logo
    Strings: Fender Super Bass 7250ML, NPS
    Gauges: .045, .065, .080, .100

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  • Awesome

    As reviewed by Thomas on 5/26/2014

    I got the sunburst model and am very satisfied with the purchase. The sound is just what I am looking for in a bass, deep and rich and the bass screams to be put in a larger amp than I have. However, if there was one thing that had me puzzled was that if the bass was checked before it got shipped, someone forgot to tighten the set screws on the volume and tone knobs on the bass. I didn't see the need to get mad about it, so I tightened them and have not had any other problems. I did get the 2 year repair warranty as insurance, but I don't think I will need it.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • Standard P-Bass, Maple Fretboard -- Buy It!

    As reviewed by Thomas Braun on 1/19/2013

    I had wanted this bass for a long time. It's the same model (brown sunburst; maple fretboard) that John Entwistle played with the Who in the glory days of 1969-70, and I always loved the Ox's sound. Ordered at Reno, NV Guitar Center on New Year's Eve, 2012. Store personnel very helpful, as I traded in some used gear and paid the difference. Delivered to my home by UPS four business days later, which was acceptable, given the New Year's Day holiday intervening. Bass arrived in fine shape, no scratches or defects. Playable right out of the box; needed only a slight bridge adjustment for intonation. Neck and fretboard incredibly smooth; frets well-finished, no protruding metal. Well-balanced; I can play this bass for hours without fatigue. Sounds amazing; the P-Bass has only one sound, but it's THE sound. Reliability: Fender's reputation speaks for itself; you can go to war with this bass, and still play it. Leo Fender designed the P-Bass in 1951; 62 years later, no one has caused Fender to retire it. Good for any style: slap; funk; rock; jazz; country; R&B; metal; surf -- if you've listened to music since 1951, you've heard the Standard P-Bass. And the price is right. BUY THIS BASS!

    8 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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  • It's what you'd expect!

    As reviewed by Seth McGuire on 4/17/2013

    Long time Jazz bass player, first time P-bass. Gotta have that maple fretboard/neck on a black body. Had no idea what the stock pickups sound like, tossed in a set of active EMG's and called it good. Who needs a tone knob? Placed the super-secret vintage chrome pickup cover over the EMG's to add to the mystique (just like my other basses). Downside? I've always had to have the frets dressed on the Mexican versions, both guitar and bass. Upside? Guaranteed sound and durability. I play the sweet rock, country (shh!) and gore-festered grindcore. Awesome for all.

    3 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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