The Fender Precision Bass - it's an instrument that revolutionized the playing field for bass players. Released in late 1951, the original Precision Bass channeled all the power and sound of the upright bass into a much more compact, plugged-in package. It took modern music by storm with its solid, two-horned body, fretted neck and unmistakable loud sound. Today, the Precision Bass is known worldwide for its reliability, playability and tonal quality. If you want to experience the classic style that has made Fender the preferred brand of bassists from every genre imaginable, we've got a Precision Bass here for you.
If you're a new to the bass, Fender has some great options to welcome you to its iconic family. A modern take on the 4-string that started it all, the Standard Precision Bass Guitar delivers sound and style that musicians of all backgrounds can get behind. Balanced and comfortably contoured, this bass is just what you need to start turning your musical aspirations into realities. While you're at it, check out the Carbonita Precision Bass. Another fantastic entry-level Fender, this model has a single Fideli'Tron humbucking bass pickup, single-ply pickguard and modern High Mass bridge. No doubt, the Carbonita will have you blasting out blistering scales in no time at all.
Or maybe you want to capture the same sound as your favorite bassists - if so, Fender has plenty of Signature Precisions to choose from. Fan of the Foo Fighters? The Nate Mendel Precision Bass shares the same features as the 1971 Precision that made his music famous - from its solid maple neck right down to its lightly worn Candy Apple Red finish. More into the high-energy pop-punk music of Green Day? Check out the Mike Dirnt Roadworn Prevision Bass. Designed to get your crowd pumped-up from the first song, this bass boasts a Custom Vintage '59 split single-coil middle pickup that will cut through even the loudest crowds.
And your choices go well beyond these examples - in fact, Fender's Precision Bass catalog is jam-packed with killer models for you to browse. No matter which Precision Bass you decide to call your own, you can be sure that since it carries the Fender name, it's going to blow your sonic expectations completely out of the water.