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Fender Standard Precision Bass [2006-2008]
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  • Fender Standard Precision Bass [2006-2008]Published on 11/08/06 at 02:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufactures to Mxique
    20 frets
    Bridge Standard Vintage Style
    One volume knob, a knob of tonalitbr /> handle "C"
    Mcaniques chrome

    Previous test apparently does not speak of the same model (it is the Fender Precision Bass Standard Series).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable trs, trs end from what I know on other basses. It is also could not be more comfortable.

    It is not as heavy as it looks on scne I think ergonomics has to be done everything appropriate, nickel is sitting (there's that see form).

    This gives a good sound very easy, even a great sound.

    SOUNDS

    It is ideally suited my style of music (everything rock, pop rock / new wave, punk trends / post punk /......
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    Manufactures to Mxique
    20 frets
    Bridge Standard Vintage Style
    One volume knob, a knob of tonalitbr /> handle "C"
    Mcaniques chrome

    Previous test apparently does not speak of the same model (it is the Fender Precision Bass Standard Series).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable trs, trs end from what I know on other basses. It is also could not be more comfortable.

    It is not as heavy as it looks on scne I think ergonomics has to be done everything appropriate, nickel is sitting (there's that see form).

    This gives a good sound very easy, even a great sound.

    SOUNDS

    It is ideally suited my style of music (everything rock, pop rock / new wave, punk trends / post punk / glam rock ...)

    I tried it on a big Peavey.

    The sound I prfr is the pure sound of the Precision, the sound heard in most mythic of classic rock, heavy and rich medium.

    I am not 10 because I'm a Rican would sound a little better, even if I can not imagine.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tried it in a shop tools ...

    Assets:

    _The PUR SON Fender Precision, a sound that literally dazzles me (I never jou a Fender bass, but I had heard a lot recess)
    _The Grip, IMMEDIATE, and the handle ... it is really his name.
    _The Mouth too, frankly it has, over the one I tried a silent dark red metallic, Midnight Wine I think. Magnificent.

    Cons:

    _Hem ... I will say the sounds bold enough fat, but frankly it's chippotage. If it's a fat you want, you buy a home Gibs Thunderbird.

    The report quality price seems good, is about 5900 pesos in 437 euros, but then they make them here so it's normal that a little cheaper than in France (I live in M xique). And an instrument of this quality is cheap pay. Ds that I have, you can be srs what I do ...
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  • Fender Standard Precision Bass [2006-2008]Published on 12/07/07 at 23:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Mexico
    20 medium jumbo frets, 2 pickups Precision
    Standard Easel chrombr /> Alder body, rosewood fingerboard
    Black white plate
    Finish IR-RE-PRO-CHABLE!
    Superb! But because I put nine on the rear plate is not the "F" (I know I chipotte)

    UTILIZATION

    Trs-The handle is enjoyable, and frankly I did not bombings, we always said that my sleeves Fender taient real tree trunks! Obviously this is not the same caliber as the handle of my little Ibanez for beginners!

    -The Access in acute? Ouis it is easy but it is low on buffers is not Steve Go!

    -The shape is beautiful and user-friendly (60 rods in the Precision has had time to prove himself ..), the weight on it more......
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    Made in Mexico
    20 medium jumbo frets, 2 pickups Precision
    Standard Easel chrombr /> Alder body, rosewood fingerboard
    Black white plate
    Finish IR-RE-PRO-CHABLE!
    Superb! But because I put nine on the rear plate is not the "F" (I know I chipotte)

    UTILIZATION

    Trs-The handle is enjoyable, and frankly I did not bombings, we always said that my sleeves Fender taient real tree trunks! Obviously this is not the same caliber as the handle of my little Ibanez for beginners!

    -The Access in acute? Ouis it is easy but it is low on buffers is not Steve Go!

    -The shape is beautiful and user-friendly (60 rods in the Precision has had time to prove himself ..), the weight on it more consquent Obviously some low but must sustain back somewhere right? That said nothing to a chopper deformation of the column vertbrale either.
    As against the balance of the instrument is perfect, anything!

    -To get a good sound is not complicated just plug lol

    SOUNDS

    -His research and perfect for the music I do: rock post-punk trend, coldwave, new wave

    Branch is on pr-amp is on my Pod: The sound is always the LE's so special precision and unmistakable. What happiness !!!!!!

    - In gnral I privilgie mediums: no problemo has come!

    -The sound that I prfre well is that its sustain: sustain OF SICK !!!!!
    I am delighted, this is exactly what is missing my old low: the holding of the notes.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 weeks but rve for years. She has an appointment with the luthier for optimization and rgalges (normal)

    -Most: Sound, sustain, balance of the instrument, look, finish, price

    -Cons: It's not a Yank ... but hey I'm looking for the small bte

    Qualitprix-Report: no complaints! more than satisfactory!

    I do it again-this choice without hsiter unless my purse allows me to buy a amricaine.
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  • Fender Standard Precision Bass [2006-2008]Published on 03/30/09 at 19:53
    The Fender Mexico Standard Series Precision Bass guitar has about 22 frets and two pick ups that are side by side under the strings. There are only two knobs, one for tone and one for volume and has a 1/4 inch output jack to send the bass to your amp.

    UTILIZATION

    I don't know what the neck is made out of on the Fender Mexico Standard Series Precision Bass, but it feels great and is easy to play. It is easy to play and is easy to access the top notes and all around the fret board. It isn't too heavy in terms of weight, and the shape of the guitar has become widely known around the music products industry. It is easy to get a pretty nice tone from this bass as the inherent tone is pretty......
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    The Fender Mexico Standard Series Precision Bass guitar has about 22 frets and two pick ups that are side by side under the strings. There are only two knobs, one for tone and one for volume and has a 1/4 inch output jack to send the bass to your amp.

    UTILIZATION

    I don't know what the neck is made out of on the Fender Mexico Standard Series Precision Bass, but it feels great and is easy to play. It is easy to play and is easy to access the top notes and all around the fret board. It isn't too heavy in terms of weight, and the shape of the guitar has become widely known around the music products industry. It is easy to get a pretty nice tone from this bass as the inherent tone is pretty fat sounding.

    SOUNDS

    The sound quality of the Fender Mexico Standard Series Precision Bass is pretty good, and suitable for all types of music. I usually use this bass with a Fender Bassman amp without any effects for recording and can get some great tones. Although this Mexican version definitely doesn't sound as good as the American version of this bass, it still sounds good and has a very usable tone for live shows or recording.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've been using the Fender Mexico Standard Series Precision Bass for about a year and have found it to be a great bass guitar for those who want a good bass but don't want to spend a lot of cash. Fender is known for making some of the best guitars and basses available, and this bass is a good example of what they are capable of at such a low price. While I prefer the American version of this bass, if you want to spend that much money, this is definitely a good substitute. All in all, this is a great bass guitar suited best for intermediate players.
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