4-string Electric Bass through Alder Body, Maple Neck, Maple Fingerboard, and 2 Single-coil Pickups - Vintage Sunburst


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Fender Deluxe Active P Bass Special at a Glance:Familiar tones through a twistC-shaped neck plays quick and smoothFamiliar tones via a twist

Onboard the Deluxe Active P Bass Special is a duo of Fender single-coil pickups. A Vintage Split single-coil bass pickup in the neck and also a dual-coil ceramic Noisemuch less J-style pickup via nickel-plated pole pieces in the bridge provide the familiar Precision Bass punch and growl via even more sonic options. But the Noiseless circuiattempt eliminates undesirable signal noise and also hum, making the bass right for live performance and recording. The 3-band also energetic preamp adds wide-varying tonal manage via a switch to go passive if you so choose. And the alder and maple building with a maple fingerboard is a tried-and-true combicountry that has actually proven itself over decades.

C-shaped neck plays fast and also smooth

Fender Precision Basses have been well-known for their thick, sustaining neck prodocuments since their arrival. Their chunkier feel has made them a favorite among thousands of bassists worldwide. The Deluxe Active P Bass Special continues the tradition through a comfortable maple C-shaped neck, 1.5" man-made bone nut, and fast-playing 12"-radius fingerboard via 20 medium-jumbo frets. The bassists right here at honeychrome.net love the well-broken-in feel of this neck.

Fender Deluxe Active P Bass Special Features:Precision Bass with P/J pickups and also active EQVintage Split single-coil P-style pickup in the neckDual-coil ceramic Noisemuch less J-style bridge pickup through nickel-plated pole piecesActive 3-band EQ opens up up your tonal optionsAn active/passive switch accesses both vintage and also contemporary voicesComfortable C-shaped neck is a delight to playHiMass bridge returns terrific resonance and sustainThe Fender Deluxe Active P Bass Special delivers classical architecture and also powerful, flexible tone!

Tech Specs

Number of Strings: 4 Left-/Right-handed: Right-handed Body Shape: Precision Body Material: Alder Body Finish: Gloss Polyester Color: 3-Color Sunburst Neck Material: Maple Neck Shape: C Radius: 12" Fingerboard Material: Maple Fingerboard Inlay: Babsence Pearloid Dots Number of Frets: 20, Medium Jumbo Scale Length: 34" Nut Width: 1.5" Nut Material: Synthetic Bone Bridge/Tailpiece: Fender HiMass Tuners: Standard Open Gear Center Pickup: Vintage Split Single-coil Precision Bass Bridge Pickup: Dual-coil Ceramic Noiseless Jazz Bass Controls: 1 x volume, 1 x blfinish, 3-band also Active Boost/Cut EQ, mini-switch (active/passive) Strings: Fender USA, NPS, (Gauges .045 - .105) Case Included: Deluxe Gig Bag Manufacturer Part Number: 0143412300
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You are buying this bass for the sound!

I had been playing a $400 Ibanez SR370E SR Standard for the past 2 years (also purchased from honeychrome.net), so that"s what I"m comparing this Fender to. Immediately the clarity, beefiness, "roundness" and nuances in the sound of this Fender jumped out at me. Even when playing it without being plugged in I can hear the difference! How is that possible? I guess the maple fretboard. By comparison the Ibanez sounds muffled, even after putting new strings on it. I will certainly say that the Ibanez is more comfortable to play, and also I don"t think that"s just me being used to playing it for 2 years. One point that annoys me about this Fender is the screw at the optimal finish of the pickup. That will certainly take some acquiring provided to. I was disappointed in the fact that this Fender arrived via the intonation of all 4 strings being off by about 2 Hz. How did it make it past the factory and also this 55 allude inspection? Intonation was checked off on the inspection card but obviously nobody compared the 12th fret to open up string tuning with a tuner. Intocountry is among THE a lot of crucial things. At first I assumed that I got a lemon yet fortunately all appears to be well currently that I spent some time acquiring the intocountry adjusted. I will say that bereason this bass has actually so much clarity, even the ever before so slightly out of tune notes will certainly stick out. It doesn"t take yet a small bit of playing before a string moves slightly along the nut. Most human being probably wouldn"t notification. That"s coming from someone through a VERY discriminating ear for studio recording. Maybe Fender need to think about a neck locking mechanism favor some guitars have?

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