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Squier Affinity Precision Bass Pack
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Beginning bassists open the box, plug in, and rock.

This Squier Affinity Precision Bass Guitar Pack is an all-in-one starter pack. Includes a Squier Affinity Series Precision Bass, Fender Rumble 15 Combo bass amp, bass strap, instrument cable, a gig bag and a pick sampler. New bassists simply open the box, plug in, and rock.

Squier by Fender Affinity P Bass
Lay down a solid groove with the Squier Affinity Series P Bass—Squier's version of the famous Precision Bass. The Affinity Series P Bass has a contoured hardwood body, maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, split-coil pickups, and 4-saddle bridge.

Fender Rumble 15 Combo Bass Amp
You'll find the Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp perfect as your in-house practice amplifier. Fender designed the Rumble series to meet the needs of beginning bassists by building in all the essentials, then holding the line on price to make it accessible to most anyone. The ported bass design holds an 8" special driver powered by a 15W amp. Fender builds the carpeted cab of the Rumble 15 Bass Combo with oversized corners and a metal grille for durability.

Includes a gig bag.

Squier Affinity Precision Bass Pack Features:

  • P Bass
    Authorized by Fender, true P Bass design and specs
    Hardwood body
    Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
    Split-coil pickups
    Four-saddle bridge
    Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp
    Closed-back cab design
    8" special driver
    Carpet covering
    Oversized corners
    Metal grille
    3-band EQ
    CD input
    Headphone jack

    Includes a gig bag

Squier Affinity Precision Bass Pack Specifications:

  • Amp
    13-1/2"W x 14-1/2"H x 9-1/2"D
    19 lbs.

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  • good bass for beginners

    As reviewed by Jordan on 5/9/2010

    I got this bass two years ago and it's good for pretty much all kinds of music I can think of. The only bad things I can think of are the cable isn't long enough,but you can just buy a longer one. Also, I don't like the input for the cable being on the front. It gets in the way, but that's just my opinion. Great overall.

    14 of 14 people found this review helpful.
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  • great bass

    As reviewed by Austin on 4/16/2008

    this was my first bass i ever owned and it was pretty great. the strings are easily tuned and the pickup position are great for picking, plucking, and slapping. for such a small amp it actually gets pretty loud. i only have 2 complaint which are that theres alot of buzzing with the frets and when i first bought it the cable from the guitar to the amp didnt work so replace it immediately.

    7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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  • A Great Starter Kit

    As reviewed by Kevin Bowles on 2/13/2011

    I bought this for my daughter who wants to learn the bass guitar, and for the money thought the kit would be a good buy. I'm not a big fan of Squire, though I was impressed with the bass in this kit for a true beginner. I told her once she gets better I'll spring for a Fender. The first thing was replacing the cable and the strap. Both would be better suited for the Rock Band game and not a real instrument. As a life-time Strat player, only a real Fender is all I've ever known, even I am tempted to pick up the bass and give it a try and am pleasantly surprised by how easy it plays, especially with new strings, another thing that I learned a long time ago, replace the strings from the day you buy it. $300 for the kit and another $50 or so in a new cable, strap and strings, and I believe we got our money's worth. The amp is good for practicing at home, the headphones are also pretty good, which my daughter uses once and awhile and the amp sounds well built, though sucks at higher volumes. All in all I would recommend, but be willing to spend another $50 or so to replace the cable, strap and strings. The tuner isn't bad if you're alone, though be willing to replace at a later date or buy a better one with the kit, just be willing to drop another $100.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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