[NAMM] Fender 1964 Heavy Relic Precision Bass
The NAMM 2014 will see the introduction of Fender's new 1964 Heavy Relic Precision Bass
The brand-new Fender 1964 Precision Bass with bleached three-color sunburst finish recreates the sound of the year that saw the release of many great Motown, Stax, surf and other cool records of that era.
- Alder body with nitrocellulose lacquer finish
- C-shaped quartersawn maple neck with nitrocellulose lacquer finish, 34" (864 mm) scale length
- Round-laminated rosewood fingerboard with a 7.25" (184.1 mm) radius, 20 vintage-style frets and white dot inlays
- Vintage split single-coil Precision Bass pickup
- Master Volume and Master Tone controls
- 2-saddle vintage-style Precision Bass bridge
- Hardware in nickel/chrome finish
- Vintage-style tuning machines
- Tortoiseshell pickguard
Includes case and certificate of authenticity.
More info at www.fender.com
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