The American Standard Precision Bass electric guitar is a guitar with much prestige within this space.
It sets the pace and is a standard that positions other precision bass guitars on the efficiency spectrum. Its looks and sound quality have the love of guitar fans everywhere.
Is this Standard Precision Bass worth the noise? Let’s see.
Fender Musical Instruments Corporation produces this electric guitar. The first model was made in 1951 and has ever since undergone various modifications and evolution.
The American Standard Precision Bass stands out and is sure to provide you with the respect every pacesetter gets.
The Fender American Standard Precision body is solid and made from Alder.
It has been upgraded with a seismic Fender custom shop ’60s split single-coil pickup. In addition, it comes with a striking new Jade Pearl Metallic finish option.
The Bridge is a 4-Saddle HiMass Vintage (String-Through-Body or Topload). The tuning machines are lightweight vintage keys with tapered shafts. Also, its shape and cool texture help you feel at home when you play.
The neck is maple wood and has a beautiful wizard horn look. It houses one of the hardware.
The fretboard material of the American Standard Precision Bass is brown rosewood.
It houses 20 frets, and four strings run across it. The mixture of sounds produced by this combination gives a cool and amazing feeling to the ears.
The Fender Standard Precision Bass is a perfect companion for any guitarist. Unlike older models, it is lightweight, and its unique sound is quite impressive.
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|GTIN 14||00885978205127, 00885978205240, 00885978205134|
|Left/Right Handed||Right Handed|
|Body Type||Solid Body|
|Body Material Family||Alder|
|Fretboard Material Family||Rosewood|
|Neck Material Family||Maple|
|Number of Frets||20|
|Nut Width (inch)||1.625|
|Scale Length (inch)||34|
|Middle Pickup Model||American Standard Alnico V Split Single-Coil Precision Bass|