Fender American Performer Precision Bass Review

Find out more about this instrument by calling Empire Music at 412-343-5299, or visiting empiremusiconline.com
Born in Corona, California, the American Performer Precision Bass delivers the exceptional tone and feel you expect from an authentic Fender—along with new, player-oriented features that make it even more inspiring to play.The American Performer Precision Bass includes the Yosemite™ split-coil Precision Bass middle pickup and a growling Yosemite single-coil Jazz Bass bridge pickup, designed for rich, expressive tones. With flat-staggered pole pieces to increase output and a shellac coating that lets the coils breathe while controlling feedback, Yosemite pickups produce dynamic sounds ideal for any musical situation. The American Performer Precision Bass also features Greasebucket™ tone circuitry that lets you shape your highs without adding bass, preserving your sound. The “Modern C”-shaped neck sports a 9.5”-radius fingerboard that’s comfortable for almost any playing style, along with 20 medium-jumbo frets, allowing you to easily express yourself musically.


Nathan Fischer says:

So this bass is USA made so it’s better than a MIM? But it’s low price so not as good as a REAL PRO USA P-Bass lol….. This bass is for beginner to intermediate, obviously to be a pro ya need a $3000 bass… So you are saying that in the Fender factory they now resort to making cheap ass shit along with high quality shit and still put Made In USA on the rear? Hell, the bullshit never ends….. ITS A USA P-BASS, what more could ya ask for man!!! You damn Fender gear snobs make me turn to Warwick…….

Groove And Leisure says:

I’m very interested in, could You link an image of the gig bag provided? Thanks!

Stephen Lee says:

A light bass is not a fad for me. It’s pretty much a necessity.
Consider yourself lucky if you do not have back issues. ;^)

Scott Dreger says:

Nice demo and discussion. Thanks.

phenixreturns says:

i hesitate with the Deluxe Active Precision Bass® Special

Think Positive says:

The P-Bass is still the best sounding bass of all time.

phenixreturns says:


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