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When speaking about Fender the image of the Stratocaster comes to everybody's mind. The commercial success of Fender is iconic and none of the guitar manufacturers in the world was able to sell their electric guitars as Fender did, and it goes on until today.

In 1946 Clarence Leonidas Fender, also called Leo Fender, founded the Fender Electric Instrument Manufacturing Company in Fullerton, California.
Fender is famous for it’s electric guitars and bass guitars but the manufacturer produces and distributes also acoustic guitars, electric basses, mandolins, banjos, electric violins, guitar amplifiers, bass amplifiers and PA equipment, found in nearly every genre: rock ‘n’ roll, country and western, jazz, rhythm and blues, and many others.

The legendary Fender instruments such as the Telecaster and Stratocaster guitars and Precision and Jazz bass guitars are globally recognized as design classics. Today Fender not only continues to make their iconic instruments but also own other well renowned musical instruments brands such as: Squier, Jackson, Charvel and Gretsch guitars. Furthermore Fender does a collaboration with Eddie Van Halen to make the EVH guitars and amplifiers.
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Fender American Vintage '63 Precision Bass
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The year 1963 marks an important moment in Precision Bass history, because that's when a comfortable new round-laminated rosewood fingerboard first appeared on the bass that started it all. That's here on the new American Vintage '63 Precision Bass, which evokes that year's model with other authentic features including a slightly wider C-shaped maple neck, clay-colored dot fingerboard inlays, three-ply mint green pickguard (four-ply brown pickguard on Three-Color Sunburst model), new American Vintage '63 split single-coil pickup, lower-mounted finger rest, vintage-style bridge with threaded steel "barrel" saddles, flat-top knurled chrome control knobs, reverse tuners, chrome pickup and bridge covers, auxiliary strap button on the back of the headstock, and more. Available in Three-Color Sunburst, Olympic White, Faded Sonic Blue and Frost Red.

Fender American Standard Precision Bass MN
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in short: a great one pickup position bass. The Fender American Standard Precision Bass is now upgraded with a seismic Fender Custom Shop '60s Precision Bass split single-coil pickup and a striking new Jade Pearl Metallic finish option.The Bridge is a 4-Saddle HiMass Vintage (String-Through-Body or Topload) and the tuning machines are the Fender "F" Light-Weight Vintage-Paddle Keys with tapered shafts.

Fender Standard Precision Bass PF
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When thick tone is on demand. Since its early-'50s introduction, the Fender® Precision Bass® guitar has remained the world standard for thick tone and smooth playability. The Standard Precision Bass combines the best of old and new, with a modern single-coil pickup, shielded body cavity, medium jumbo frets, vintage-style bridge, tinted neck with rosewood or maple fretboard, three-ply parchment pickguard and '70s-style headstock logo.

Fender American Standard Precision Bass RW
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in short: a great one pickup position bass. The Fender American Standard Precision Bass is now upgraded with a seismic Fender Custom Shop '60s Precision Bass split single-coil pickup and a striking new Jade Pearl Metallic finish option. The Bridge is a 4-Saddle HiMass Vintage (String-Through-Body or Topload) and the tuning machines are the Fender "F" Light-Weight Vintage-Paddle Keys with Tapered Shafts.