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Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994]
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  • jockojocko

    Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994]Published on 04/13/04 at 02:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    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

    UTILIZATION

    Channel excellent (requires Fender)

    SOUNDS

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

    OVERALL OPINION

    Satisfied since 1995
    I would not say no handle 24 cases
  • josprodjosprod

    Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994]Published on 12/05/07 at 05:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fender Precision Plus Deluxe US

    UTILIZATION

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

    SOUNDS

    Yes it is suitable for rock reggae funk 70's

    sound: it is fat ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    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
  • JohndevandtJohndevandt

    Fender Precision Bass Plus Deluxe [1992-1994]Published on 09/06/08 at 17:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    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!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel see above.
    Access…
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    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!

    UTILIZATION

    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?)

    SOUNDS

    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.

    OVERALL OPINION

    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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