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  • Fender American Precision

    Fender American Precision Bass [2003-2007]Published on 03/04/03 at 15:00
    I purchased this American P Bass (3 tone sunburst, rosewood fretboard) online from Musicians Friend for $899. I could've picked it up locally from Guitar Center for the same price, but I saved about $70 in taxes by mail ordering it. Hey, every dollar counts! Musicians Friend waived the shipping charge on this item; I ordered it on a Tuesday night and they shipped it on Wednesday. Nice....

    Is there any more distinctive sound than a P Bass? This model nails it, dead on, and it has classic Fender looks.

    Nothing to dislike about this bass, but I did need to tweak the setup when I received it. If you are not comfortable doing your own setups, or you have no one to do it for you, DO NOT mail......
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    I purchased this American P Bass (3 tone sunburst, rosewood fretboard) online from Musicians Friend for $899. I could've picked it up locally from Guitar Center for the same price, but I saved about $70 in taxes by mail ordering it. Hey, every dollar counts! Musicians Friend waived the shipping charge on this item; I ordered it on a Tuesday night and they shipped it on Wednesday. Nice....

    Is there any more distinctive sound than a P Bass? This model nails it, dead on, and it has classic Fender looks.

    Nothing to dislike about this bass, but I did need to tweak the setup when I received it. If you are not comfortable doing your own setups, or you have no one to do it for you, DO NOT mail order a bass!

    This is where the American made Fenders really stand out from the Standard (made in Mexico) Fenders.... Vintage spec pickups; graphite reinforced neck, and string through body construction.

    The American made Fender Precision is the type of bass that you buy and keep for a lifetime. Get one and cherish it. I know I will.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Very good versatile bass

    Fender American Precision Bass [2003-2007]Published on 12/08/11 at 02:27
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    Low manufactured in Corona (California)
    20-fret maple neck.
    Ash-body
    -1 Micro precision switchable series of parallel
    -Through body bridge for better sustain
    -2 Knobs (1 volume with push button switch, a tone)

    UTILIZATION

    Haaa the handle, so good handle which is not moving and very enjoyable to play.
    Weight level, the bass is lighter than Jazzbass.
    Good access to acute even though I spent my life not in the area ;-)
    Level sound, easy ... low even with a passive high output level at the beginning I did not use the switch gradually I realized its worth.
    Depending on the rooms and pieces I change my sound with this button ... of happiness.
    the fact to engage the switch......
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    Low manufactured in Corona (California)
    20-fret maple neck.
    Ash-body
    -1 Micro precision switchable series of parallel
    -Through body bridge for better sustain
    -2 Knobs (1 volume with push button switch, a tone)

    UTILIZATION

    Haaa the handle, so good handle which is not moving and very enjoyable to play.
    Weight level, the bass is lighter than Jazzbass.
    Good access to acute even though I spent my life not in the area ;-)
    Level sound, easy ... low even with a passive high output level at the beginning I did not use the switch gradually I realized its worth.
    Depending on the rooms and pieces I change my sound with this button ... of happiness.
    the fact to engage the switch you find a sound that resembles some of the Jazzbass.

    SOUNDS

    I play mainly Blues-rock (ZZ Top, ACDC, Popa Chubby ...)
    yes it is ideal for this type of music.
    I play a combo TC Electronic BG500/210.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 2 years.
    The tuning is not moving, the bridge is good and the handle is aging very well, for one very good price / quality ratio.
    I took the personal touch of maple with this low ...
    It is my first bass "serious" after Mexican Fender and other brands, so you can feel the difference when playing Sonmez and also the build quality and parts used.
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  • Fender American Precision Bass [2003-2007]Published on 03/23/07 at 10:16
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    This bass is made in United States in a corona california
    It has 20 frets, it has a micro side american precision bass split coil position in mid
    the bridge is an american throught body string or rope passes through the body for better sustain (the strings are Fender taperwound 045,110)
    There are two potentiometers for volume and one tone over another there is a switch S1 on the volume knob that allows the circuit to pass the microphone of a parallel series
    The profile of the handle is the handle c itself is in maple and rosewood or maple fingerboard (mine is maple). Fender has also incorporated two carbon rod al interior so that the handle does not move to a thumb

    UTILIZATION
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    This bass is made in United States in a corona california
    It has 20 frets, it has a micro side american precision bass split coil position in mid
    the bridge is an american throught body string or rope passes through the body for better sustain (the strings are Fender taperwound 045,110)
    There are two potentiometers for volume and one tone over another there is a switch S1 on the volume knob that allows the circuit to pass the microphone of a parallel series
    The profile of the handle is the handle c itself is in maple and rosewood or maple fingerboard (mine is maple). Fender has also incorporated two carbon rod al interior so that the handle does not move to a thumb

    UTILIZATION

    Once that is placed over the hand we see that the handle is soft and slides very well, some say that the handle of the jazz bass is better as a thinner you to judge me in any case I find it super stable (with a j jazz bass I have done the comparison) for me it is good to very good quality.
    Access to the treble is fairly easy
    This precision is quite low light (yes, c is the alder) form is quite Ergonomia the body is sanded on the top for easier contact with your chest, if c is still a big bass (not as the king low for example) but it does absolutely no gene
    We obtain easily be the sound precision bass, but you can get a multitude of sounds. Exelle It sounds especially in the big microphone with high output level to be little change with the s1 (lower level) that you have to permetra sounds ranging from one edge to jazz bass (the good s1 is equivalent to say when the two of a micro jazz bass are connected).

    SOUNDS

    This bass is exactly what I sought as much style I like, some will say that c is the rock bass that you have to play the mediator I avec.Moi I would say that that s not true because forecment I play with fingers and also do the slap, ell it ideal.
    I play with a bassman and 100W for the moment with little effect
    J obtained with sounds from crystal to fat but still well defined through the maple fingerboard

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been using the three me and the tuning did not moved since.
    What I like about it is to c her beauty and her first sounds, I also love the historical side of this low
    No I have not tried the other basses I've ordered directly
    The value for money is very good
    I do it again just to be with this choice of rosewood for the key (ba yes exactly the same two low n not have too much interest)
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  • Fender American Precision Bass [2003-2007]Published on 04/17/07 at 09:35
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    FIRST let me say that my rating may seem "hard" but it's a personal opinion after all the hell in the end!

    Low made the United States (that is what is said anyway)
    rosewood fingerboard, 20 frets Bolt.
    a split-coil microphone is also apparent in the United States.
    1 volume, 1 tone, 1 input jack.
    the "famous" S-1 switch was (yes I was abducted) a button on the tone knob.

    I put 6 only because everything is solid and the wood quality. Otherwise it is the bare minimum in terms of low in 2007 ...

    UTILIZATION

    Setup: I would say that being nice has Altogether two different sounds by turning the tone knob.

    S-1 switch: nice gadget for announcement effect. unusable because......
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    FIRST let me say that my rating may seem "hard" but it's a personal opinion after all the hell in the end!

    Low made the United States (that is what is said anyway)
    rosewood fingerboard, 20 frets Bolt.
    a split-coil microphone is also apparent in the United States.
    1 volume, 1 tone, 1 input jack.
    the "famous" S-1 switch was (yes I was abducted) a button on the tone knob.

    I put 6 only because everything is solid and the wood quality. Otherwise it is the bare minimum in terms of low in 2007 ...

    UTILIZATION

    Setup: I would say that being nice has Altogether two different sounds by turning the tone knob.

    S-1 switch: nice gadget for announcement effect. unusable because actually put a micro precision parallel it loses all its punch (and half the output level) for a relative accuracy of game due to the ergonomics of the bass:

    large body, large round (but very sweet), fat frets: not at all made to fast play (funk, fusion, metal, prog etc ...) but this brand new model is lighter than the models "vintage".

    play sitting poses no problems.

    access is limited to treble I think: for 21 frets, the climb is strenuous! (Comparing with other models in series: warwick, cort, ibanez, etc ...)

    This is not the best bass for slap, but it's manageable with (a lot) of time and patience.

    That said, it's comfortable like an old pair of slippers. Do not buy blindly, no no. But this applies to any low.

    When you want to do blues, country, rock, hard rock, this is ideal. This bass is basically good but basic.

    SOUNDS

    That is: it is the strong point (thank goodness or I would see no reason why it is so expensive). It goes with all types mentioned above, fits easily into the mix, the bass lines are felt just right.
    Versatility, paradoxically so, since few sound eventually, but who are very mat due to a subtle balance that puts forward the low frequencies, you need a group.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it for the same reasons as everyone I think: it's simple, it's beautiful (the tastes and colors), it sounds, and especially it's solid (I was on a Cort before ). I play with for 2 years.

    Its strength, the sound (yes there is one). While it sounds not like an old precision, low fat less, but in favor of the mediums and treble especially. It can vary (a little). Lighter too.

    His biggest problem is the ergonomics in my opinion, which greatly limits the possibilities. But it probably contributes to the sound reproduction ..

    I sell almost 2 times but the sound is inimitable. This is far from perfect low, so my advice: if you do not already know your style and want a good bass, do not buy a precision. If you want to do blues, rock, and that it, or you have money to buy you more bass, it's a very good choice. Try before you buy. The sound varies greatly from one model to another Fender, I think.

    9 when we know what we want to do.
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  • Fender American Precision Bass [2003-2007]Published on 01/16/08 at 09:24
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    Everything is already perfectly said ..

    UTILIZATION

    When I received this bass, it was just unplayable! (Factory sucks!) But after the maker of my talent, I could découvrire the top of the low: the handle. pleasant to the touch, fast (despite frets a large can) and so easy to adopt. As for weight, it can seem a heavy at first but you get used to very quickly because it is well distributed. Do you get a good sound easy? Uh .. No! We get no sound at all, output level and flat ridiculous .. Now you remove the switch S-1 and you ask Seymour Duncan and there ... LE's "Precision" is the date!
    I heard a lot about the system "S-1 Switch" but honestly I was very disappointed.

    SOUNDS

    Once......
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    Everything is already perfectly said ..

    UTILIZATION

    When I received this bass, it was just unplayable! (Factory sucks!) But after the maker of my talent, I could découvrire the top of the low: the handle. pleasant to the touch, fast (despite frets a large can) and so easy to adopt. As for weight, it can seem a heavy at first but you get used to very quickly because it is well distributed. Do you get a good sound easy? Uh .. No! We get no sound at all, output level and flat ridiculous .. Now you remove the switch S-1 and you ask Seymour Duncan and there ... LE's "Precision" is the date!
    I heard a lot about the system "S-1 Switch" but honestly I was very disappointed.

    SOUNDS

    Once some of these changes, this bass suits all styles, except for the slap. Although ... I play rock on a Traynor amp and HP Gallien-Krueger and that is happiness. Fat in the bass, good presence in the midrange and treble very sweet, and all this with the tone and volume all the way! Depending on how you play it, this bass delivers pallets of its very diverse, that's what makes me love it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been using one years ago and now I love everything about this bass! I also have a Rickenbacker 4003 and a Jazz Bass but I still have a weakness for beautiful p'tit Precision.
    The value for money? it just takes too much thinking, because it is still expensive suite has all my changes to make this worthy of a Fender bass.
    I would do the same choice, but without the "S-1 Switch"
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  • Fender American Precision Bass [2003-2007]Published on 01/18/07 at 03:19
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    Fender Precision USA
    19 frttes
    3 knobs: volume, according to S1 to have a more sharp and balance
    Channel trs trs in addition to a comfortable weight that feels good trslger back

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs trs trslger comfortable weight that feels good on the back
    CASC convenient to acute (types Fender)
    This beautiful small bte trslger a weight that feels good on the back and comfortable ergonomics That a good decision but in
    To get a good sound just plug it in, turn on the amp and it gets a Fender precision

    SOUNDS

    This is a low Camlon I, who practice all kinds of music I'm surprised it sounds all my requests (Rock, Funk, Jazz, Bossa, Blues, Soul, whether the fingers, m...
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    Fender Precision USA
    19 frttes
    3 knobs: volume, according to S1 to have a more sharp and balance
    Channel trs trs in addition to a comfortable weight that feels good trslger back

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs trs trslger comfortable weight that feels good on the back
    CASC convenient to acute (types Fender)
    This beautiful small bte trslger a weight that feels good on the back and comfortable ergonomics That a good decision but in
    To get a good sound just plug it in, turn on the amp and it gets a Fender precision

    SOUNDS

    This is a low Camlon I, who practice all kinds of music I'm surprised it sounds all my requests (Rock, Funk, Jazz, Bossa, Blues, Soul, whether the fingers, m diator, slap or tapping it in our answer always present)
    I play with a Hartke 3500 head and 4fois10, sounds like the beautiful person ...
    The bass is l!! mdiums crmeux acute and singing, perfect for solo ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months and I love his bass sound, its armony emerges as bells made in heaven, the agreement becomes crmeux games and acute and expressive singing
    The report is incomparable qualitprix especially since it is under warranty 6 months
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  • Fender American Precision Bass [2003-2007]Published on 04/18/07 at 00:42
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    American Bass series produced in the country of Uncle Sam, it possde 20 frets, a volume knob and one Tone. Add this button a switch that allows a configuration which approximates the jazz bass. The handle is in Rabl.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle? a joy, it blends perfectly in the hand, one might think that it is the custom, but this can vary according to the morphology of the individual. Access in acute is perfect. For the form, we like it or not, but the surprise comes from the weight. Any lgre this low, and the diffrence is striking when compared with a jazz bass. It's easy for her, almost everything thoroughly and was the sound of the legendary precision.

    SOUNDS

    I used to rock and......
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    American Bass series produced in the country of Uncle Sam, it possde 20 frets, a volume knob and one Tone. Add this button a switch that allows a configuration which approximates the jazz bass. The handle is in Rabl.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle? a joy, it blends perfectly in the hand, one might think that it is the custom, but this can vary according to the morphology of the individual. Access in acute is perfect. For the form, we like it or not, but the surprise comes from the weight. Any lgre this low, and the diffrence is striking when compared with a jazz bass. It's easy for her, almost everything thoroughly and was the sound of the legendary precision.

    SOUNDS

    I used to rock and hard, with no effect bassman 250/210 and it suits me perfectly. This type of configuration, you will quickly understand that you possdez a weapon of mass satisfaction. But tastes and colors are personal, so go try it in your store prfr.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month, and nothing wrong. I love its weight, its form and its unique Fender. I tried before buying a craftsman 4, good bass, musicman, oh it's a great ouiiiii low CHRE a little, but my heart was bent to Lo and if c'tait again, I will sign again.
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  • Anonymous

    Fender American Precision Bass [2003-2007]Published on 05/22/08 at 13:36
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    See product manufacturer for dtails. Basically:

    - Made in the USA
    - New micro alnico Plow
    - New bridge reinforced (not a Badass, but much more reassuring and much better than the chavalet seris of Previous)
    - Alder body SELECTING Olympic white poly paint (white antique pass quite nice I think)
    - Three-ply plate quail (overall finish reminiscent of the P-Bass 62)
    - New patent (more yellow than before, trs also beautiful with the handle stocky, in the spirit series Vintage, Classic 50)
    - Rosewood handle
    - Volume and tonality simple but ffective trs.

    Beautiful finish, perfect joints, new reinforced tui (very tough class, better than the molded MODEL) MODEL trs ropes......
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    See product manufacturer for dtails. Basically:

    - Made in the USA
    - New micro alnico Plow
    - New bridge reinforced (not a Badass, but much more reassuring and much better than the chavalet seris of Previous)
    - Alder body SELECTING Olympic white poly paint (white antique pass quite nice I think)
    - Three-ply plate quail (overall finish reminiscent of the P-Bass 62)
    - New patent (more yellow than before, trs also beautiful with the handle stocky, in the spirit series Vintage, Classic 50)
    - Rosewood handle
    - Volume and tonality simple but ffective trs.

    Beautiful finish, perfect joints, new reinforced tui (very tough class, better than the molded MODEL) MODEL trs ropes properly adjusted average I get an Ernie Ball above.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is trs enjoyable and comfortable for a bassist who loves beefy bass for (and wider pais a Jazz Bass), I have a Musicman Stingray 4 (92) is taken as close enough in hand.

    Accs in acute satisfying (for me). Comfort gnral perfect, but reasonable consquent weight. In a perfect shape for me.
    Easily obtained a sound is a P-Bass, not making his head to find. A low rock and roll, but a low trs class for a lot of finesse in the game

    SOUNDS

    I play a lot of mediator in a rock trio o the bass has a strong prsence. It has a trs big sound (for low patant without prampli !!!), rich bass, a medium trs Submitted, PB CHARACTERISTICS Fender sound, the treble is singing and dynamic , easy dosing. In my opinion she is comfortable in lots of areas (even in the slap, if you like the sound slap 70's, I like).

    The only limitation may be the jazz / fusion. It REPRESENTATIVES srieuse a competitor for my Stingray. I pat the quality MODEL-General for the new American standard. It is not given for a simple low (1200 euros) but I MODEL RALIS is perfect, a high quality finish.

    More importantly, what potato, it gives me lots of ides is happiness. I was looking for some time for a passive bass complter my Musicman, in a simple mind. I had a Squier vintage modified TB, excellent finish, big sound roots, but not enough versatility, and especially not the best mediums for P-Bass. I also test High Way Jazz Bass, Jazz Bass U.S., 50 Fender Classic (very pretty and enjoyable Mexican), Squier P-bass vintage modified (very good value), Fender U.S. P S1-Bass, American Vintage Reissue 62 (high class micro fabulous, but for the price of the default lis design vintage: mcaniques inverse skinny bridge, for a low price draisonnable as basic the PB).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Achetercemment.

    Assets:

    - The look 62 PB
    - Remarkable finish
    - The tui srieux
    - SOUND
    - Potato incredible
    - The expressiveness of the microphone (many shades)

    Cons:

    - While the price of the same (price of a used Stingray)
    - Grate competition with my Musicman

    The ratio quality price is right even if we correct Whereas the finish is the lowest premium is more than a "standard" I think it is far from approximations of s S1 Series
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  • Fender American Precision Bass [2003-2007]Published on 09/01/08 at 05:51
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    Everything has been said before in other posts
    good old U.S.

    UTILIZATION

    The violin is what it is, not bad!
    weight is honorable, big reproach over time, the handle tends to move
    in terms of sound, coupled with a ampeg BA115 Repeat ', that sounds but c is not the top (the sound is mushy, but it comes much of the amp) against transplanted directly from an audio interface for recording, is c full happiness! It was at this occasion that I have found the usefulness of the switch S1
    the sound is warm and well rounded

    SOUNDS

    On a rock and electro, it works well. slap in c is frankly not that good
    I couple the beast on an Ampeg BA115 and I occasionally use a Boss DD3 delay it.......
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    Everything has been said before in other posts
    good old U.S.

    UTILIZATION

    The violin is what it is, not bad!
    weight is honorable, big reproach over time, the handle tends to move
    in terms of sound, coupled with a ampeg BA115 Repeat ', that sounds but c is not the top (the sound is mushy, but it comes much of the amp) against transplanted directly from an audio interface for recording, is c full happiness! It was at this occasion that I have found the usefulness of the switch S1
    the sound is warm and well rounded

    SOUNDS

    On a rock and electro, it works well. slap in c is frankly not that good
    I couple the beast on an Ampeg BA115 and I occasionally use a Boss DD3 delay it.
    c is a good bass for the recordings especially live because of its weight and lack of precision in the treble and bass in his drool is suitable especially for rock

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought 3 years ago about
    the +: quality microphones and the violin, the sound
    the -: weight, price / quality ratio
    before I played on Ibanez (handles-highway), I also played PLO, and I recently tested a lag, we will say that this is relatively low in a register versatile rock
    it would start over again, I shall have relied on a G & L Deluxe for even more versatility
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  • Fender American Precision Bass [2003-2007]Published on 03/18/09 at 11:13
    The Fender American Series Precision Bass is an American made bass guitar that has a single pick up and controls for both volume and tone over this pick up. It is a pretty standard bass in terms of characteristics, but since all the parts are made at top quality, this is one of the best bass guitars out there.

    UTILIZATION

    I'm not sure what the neck of the P-Bass is made out of, but it has a great feel to it and is extremely easy to play. It is fluid feeling and is easy to play all around the neck, including the very top notes. The bass is about average in weight and the shape is the standard P-Bass shape that we have all come to know and love. Getting a great sound from the P-Bass......
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    The Fender American Series Precision Bass is an American made bass guitar that has a single pick up and controls for both volume and tone over this pick up. It is a pretty standard bass in terms of characteristics, but since all the parts are made at top quality, this is one of the best bass guitars out there.

    UTILIZATION

    I'm not sure what the neck of the P-Bass is made out of, but it has a great feel to it and is extremely easy to play. It is fluid feeling and is easy to play all around the neck, including the very top notes. The bass is about average in weight and the shape is the standard P-Bass shape that we have all come to know and love. Getting a great sound from the P-Bass couldn't be easier if you are a good player - just plug it in and wail away!

    SOUNDS

    The Fender American Series Precision Bass is awesome for all types of music, but I usually use it mostly for rock and pop. However, it is suitable for just about any type of music you would like to use it for. I usually plug the P-Bas into a Fender Bassman amp and I have used this set up both for live use and in the recording studio, both with great success. Throwing a bit of overdrive into the chain is quite effective and cool, but I usually just use the P-Bass with a clean signal, as it suits my tastes best. Overall, the tone quality of the P-Bass is unique and full of life and brilliance.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've been using the Fender American Series P-Bass for about four years and it continues to be one of the best bass guitars that I have played. I love it because not only is it extremely easy to play, it has a top notch tone quality in terms of both fullness and punch. While a Fender American Series Jazz Bass is just as good of a bass guitar, both have their own unique tones and I would encourage those interested to try both out to see what will suit their needs best. The price of the P-Bass is priced right, but since it is a high end bass guitar, it isn't for the beginner, but rather for the player looking to the best bass guitar they can. If you are a bass player and have never tried a P-Bass, do so now!
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