Fender Classic '50s Precision Bass
Fender Classic '50s Precision Bass

Classic '50s Precision Bass, 4-string bass guitar from Fender in the Classic Precision Bass series.

farid601 10/05/2009

Fender Classic '50s Precision Bass : farid601's user review


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Value For Money : Excellent
Made in Mexico (it has nothing to envy its U.S. counterparts). Bridge: American Vintage Precision Machine Heads: Vintage Style Reverse Tuning Machines Neck: Maple maple fingerboard, 20 frets vintage style. Alder body in 2 parts paint: gloss urethane, bronze anodized aluminum pickguard. Microphone: Standard Precision Bass Split-coil pickup acronym. Controls: 1 Volume, 1 Tone. Note that the strings Fender 7250ML 40-100 are very good.


The ergonomic side handle is not strictly speaking it to be thinner (small hand refrain ...) and I knew it easier to play, the body will easily hold on the leg injury that the handle a bit of pique nez.L access to treble is fairly easy and you get it easily sound that is sought to be noted that is a bit "dry" with a maple fingerboard with a touch rosewood.


This clarification is particularly suitable for rock, pop rock, blues and reggae ... I would describe the sound of "severe burns" and somewhat rocky. I play on Ampeg B100R and the result is perfect.


I own this beauty for 1 month and what I like about this instrument is the sound, the neat (for a Mexican) the value for money is excellent especially when compared to a standard U.S. whose price is almost the double! I REFERRED 2 times this choice rather than one ... <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="wink" />