Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994]

Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994]

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Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994], 4-string bass guitar from Fender in the Precision Bass series.

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Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994] tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Fender
  • Model:Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994]
  • Series:Precision Bass
  • Category:4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/05/2005

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Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994] user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 4 reviews )
 3 reviews75 %
 1 user review25 %

jocko's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994]
United States, 4 strings (was enough to make music)
22 frets, 2 Lace Sensor pickups: a Jazz + 1 Precision
Rglages: volume, balance microphones, bass, treble
Rosewood handle, screwed


Channel excellent (requires Fender)


Versatile: Funk, Jazz, Jazz-Rock with a Trace Elliot 150 watt combo


Satisfied since 1995
I would not say no handle 24 cases

manu_kinou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994]
This bass made in the United States in 1992, at a time when there was no talk Highway.
It has a Lace Sensor Accuracy + configuration Jazz with the option of selecting one or the other or both simultaneously via a 3-position switch. It also has a button by passing the micro precision serial parallel, which allows for the same instrument jazz sound (light and deep) and its precision (just the one "fart" :-) that's how do I recognize a precision of a jazz recording!), but also one another's (precision + Series pickup). Of course there are the traditional knobs for volume and tone.
There are 22 frets on the neck (mine is maple) and the shape of the handle is of a precision (41mm at nut).
The bridge is a fine tuning bridge is denied, in addition to its massive form and elegant, there are small screws pressing the strings to adjust the agreement if it lacks a quarter of a micro-level tone hair. For my part I still use most of the keys that are high-end Fender and assure me a stabilté absent the agreement of the other instruments. Only problem: the temperature differences that force me to readjust.


The neck is satin smooth and a special, now it's a precision sleeve and I think my mimine would be more comfortable on a handle laeur jazz, I still found a solution for this problem. Access to acute is with a notch, but the highs in the low ... This low alder and relatively heavy but well balanced. The sound is always clean, but use the bridge pickup alone is, I believe, be avoided. Do it with the lace sensors? I do not know in any case, it gives her a tenuous without serious unusable ... So I limit myself to four sounds. These are typically those of precision and jazz only is there almost no wind, unless you play in front of the TV!


I play this bass through a Boss ME8B (Compressor - ugh-, flanger, eq, delay, synth, auto wah - not all at once, eh?) And an Ashdown amp MAGC115. I can get different sounds, but still very low and this has classqiues an incredible fishery in terms of signal level, then it's a passive bass. Finally if it is active, I have not found the pile and I never changed in 14 years ... I have also a jazz fretless Japanese and the level of jazz is much lower to the point that moving from one to another, I have to review the levels by programming the pedal.
For accuracy, I dig the graphic equalizer V. I get a very clear and powerful sound that is suitable for jazz, but also funk (slap) and the rock classic games with fingers or plectrum. In fiddling, you can also get a very warm sound. So very versatile and very durable!


I have this bass for 14 years, this purchase at the time was pure madness and it cost me almost the whole of a summer job (6250FF), but to think it's an investment in the sense that this bass has never been the slightest hitch, despite some very long nights, beer glasses waltzing, a smoky atmosphere of gambling ... I had seen on a Fender catalog and it had to be this low: maple neck pearl blue paint (clear to the outside of the body). Now, I started and I did not know exactly what I was doing. Well I do not regret, because despite the fact that a round would suit me best of jazz (that's my next purchase, the first 13 years), I made an even more unique low changing the nut and in the retuning in so-mi-la-re. And then, shock and rot, I get a huge sound. The problem goes by so serious, I ride in the high tone and a half less than a high-low standard to 20 boxes, but hey .... This bass is re-become indispensable. Repeat the same choice? Yes, but with this change.
One more thing the price I paid at the time of the order of a Fender Highway or Mexico. And here I have a Precision Deluxe Case (4500F standards were at that time without the case), so I consider the price / quality ratio is good particulièremment.

josprod's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994]
Fender Precision Plus Deluxe US


Access to acute great (but I use it too)
Question Weight: ca .. is lighter than a jazz bass
sound? sheer madness!


Yes it is suitable for rock reggae funk 70's

sound: it is fat ..


I have since 2001
I have a jazz US annif 60th (1996) no problem I like 2 ca depends what I'm looking ... with a jazz and precision is a rgale ....

yes I do it again without this choice problem

Johndevandt's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994]
U.S. made
# of frets? Do not know j and I have not counted m mad!
Parcontre Schaller fine tuning the bridge is a pure beauty. C is not vulgar plate steel Fender tle folds in two quick well done. No no no! This is the original and stamped Schaller Fender.C is not pretty? The fine tuning is not really me mcaniques do the trick, it does not move from fourth to third of your hair ...
PB Rglages split neck pickup and bridge pickup JB.Mise stage and off stage microphones. Oh yes! I forgot, the original Lace Sensor pickups (no chance I do not pick RFM with ...)
PB sleeve satin and trs enjoyable, not too round, I like to play from the deck!


Channel see above.
Access in acute trs honest I rarely Exceeds 14th.
Good ergo, not heavy (I pass on the valve, I also made dj)
How good sound, full of good sounds and very easy Indeed (though it must have a good amp and not a wheelbarrow (remember, the deck?)


We can all play with this micro outil.Un PB for good rock and roll and other bold, JB for a slap and other styles grinants.Plus shuffled the two autarise you annoy everyone.

I dtest when my strings are dead masi nothing to do with the machine.


I have the last 3 years, bought used in Canada.
What I love most that is its finish, its equipment worthy of an electric guitar (micro switch, bridge fine tuning) and of the sr its standards that can be drawn.
I have tried many models before buying and I m'tais stop on the jazz bass that seemed S1 rev versatile too.
Trsdcu by G & L Highway 2500.dgout by JB (not worthy of Fender, Cort ...), I did better the Aerodyne well liked but I wanted a U.S..
I also have an Ibanez SR 405 and a small electroacoustqiue defrette Squier by a large Parisian instrument maker, c is a jewelry and not expensive at all (see my review on the Squier SB31).
With the exprience I would do the same, one must find it ... It is a little rpandue.Achetez eyes closed (even when esgourdes open) Good luck!

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