Fender Seafoam Green Mustang Bass (Sweetwater Exclusive) Review

Get this Sweetwater Exclusive Mustang Bass here: https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/MustBaSESFG–fender-special-edition-mustang-pj-bass-sweetwater-usa-exclusive-seafoam-green-with-pau-ferro-fingerboard

The Fender Special Edition Mustang PJ Bass combines the flexibility of a PJ pickup combination with the unmistakable tone of a short-scale bass. Its smaller Mustang-style body and short scale make this electric bass extremely comfortable, even for players with small hands. This bass’s short scale also imbues every note you play with a fat, harmonic richness that’s impossible to ignore. Combining classic and modern styling, the Fender Mustang Bass PJ features its vintage-style in a special-edition Seafoam Green finish — and it’s only available in the US here at Sweetwater.

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Frank Michael Lischka says:

Thank you for sharing
wish you a pleasant weekend
friendly regards Frank

grunge2012 says:

Seafoam blue. It is from the sea 🙂

FrijoleroSamurai says:

Be more funny Spunde.

christocr says:

That does look a little weird. I have a seafoam Mustang bass from Sweetwater. It definitely looks seafoam green… not blue like it looks there. That one looks more like the sonic blue. They are great basses. Mine sounds just as good as my P-bass.

MrWarwickbass says:

that’s sonic blue, no?

adam brown says:

Great for alt tuning with minor changes, but truss rod adjustment, if it has one, shouldn’t be necessary. String sizes/open tuning: .030/C-.050/G-.070/D-
.090/A. My point for this being, the low E on a 30″ scale is usually on the flabby/dull side sonically. Secondly in a slap & pop/funk style of playing, the open A sounds awesome hit with the thumb, & a very punchy E note is on the 7th fret. On another note so to speak, I like a 34 or 35 inch scale 4 string tuned .130/B-.110/E
.090/A, .070/D. Yes, 2 bass players. Ya feel me?

Grindwërks says:

Do you mean daphne blue? I guess the studio lighting is messing with the the tint.

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