Fender American Original Precision Bass Review

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The Pure Vintage ’63 Precision Bass split-coil pickup is truly period-correct with enamel-coated coil, cloth-covered output wires, and Alnico 5 magnets. The sound this pickup puts out ranges from fat low end to punchy midrange to toothy treble — a beautiful sonic combination that is the foundation of Fender Precision Bass tone. Jazz, funk, rock — this bass can cover it all with the kind of tonal styling that leaves you and your audience satisfied.


Supperconductor says:

Play it like you own it. Because you do!

Jay Reilly says:

the warm funk just percolated my face off

kingstumble says:

I used to have a 62 P Bass. I want this out of pure nostalgia!

FunkyCrime says:

Thank you for not slaping. Great oldschool tone.

BassmanII says:

He mentioned Jamerson. Two other bassists from that era were Donald “Duck” Dunn of Stax and Louis Satterfield of Chess Records.

Alain Decont says:

Hi Kevin.Great playing! Please show us the 50´s P bass

Josh Hill says:

But does it have classic vibe?

Jerry McKenzie says:

Nice to see bass players getting some love from SW! Hard to beat the P bass!

Rafa Dominguez says:

For me sounds so sterile. When played with a “pickup” it sounds so much better. A DI box (1145 bucks) and that bass together would make you think this will sound like a million bucks, but unfortunately it doesn’t.

PARCs says:

I want to watch a review video of Jackson JS32-7 Snow White

David Jones says:

9.5 inch radius. The way it SHOULD be i think.

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