above 395 € free of charge (within Romania)
Inspired by some of the most legendary basses of all time! The ’50s Precision Bass of the Classic series.
Features: Alder Body 1-Piece Maple Neck, “C” Shape, (Polyurethane Finish) Maple Fingerboard, 7.25” Radius (184 mm) 20 Vintage Style Frets Scale Length: 34” (864 mm) Width at Nut: 1.750” (44.5 mm) 1 Precision Bass Split Single-Coil Pickup (Mid) Controls: Volume, Tone American Vintage Precision Bass Bridge Vintage Style Reverse Tuning Machines Nickel/Chrome Hardware Gold Anodized Aluminum Pickguard Vintage Styling Anodized Aluminum Pickguard Finish: 2 Tone Sunburst incl. Fender Deluxe Gig Bag
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This bass rocks! It grooves like no other! It can do all sorts of modern stuff or old school heavy stoner rock, grunge, alternative, indie, funk, metal, you name it!
Truly awesome sound from the rather hot pickups, aggressive yet well defined at all times, cuts through ANY mix! Classic P sound in a very very very well crafted instrument. Dont be fooled by the MiM tag, this thing looks and feels like an instrument worth 3-4 times the price! Both the vintage neck tint and the 2 tone sunburst are to die for! Its also on the light side, mine is less than 4kg. The only con I could think of is the width of the neck at the nut. Its indeed quite wide even for a P (~45mm) but it has a nice C profile and feels very comfortable to play, and rather thin front to back. Unless you have small-ish hands I dont think youll find it uncomfortable to play (just for reference Im 1,83m tall and my hand is 20cm measured from the base of the palm to the edge of the middle finger).
All in all, this bass is an amazing value both sound and quality/craftsmanship wise, well worth the price!! Get one yourself, now!
Every month we are giving away a shopping voucher among all submitted reviewers worth 500 EURO!
Congratulations to the winner of August: Etienne Laget, Vaires sur Marne (FR)
The winner from the previous month (July): Wim Rutjens, Tegelen (NL)