The Fender Precision bass has been one of the most sought-after guitars ever made, and for good reason.
With its powerful, deep-bodied body, powerful sound, and massive soundstage, the Precision is the ultimate acoustic guitar.
But, like many great guitars, its true potential lies in its midrange.
For a guitar with such a versatile sound, its midrange is the most important thing to consider when building a guitar.
We’ll explore why, and what you need to know about this crucial area of the instrument.
What is the Fender Bass?
The Fender bass was designed to be a true acoustic guitar with a high-quality body.
Fender made the bass with a rigid body to withstand the high pressures that come with playing a bass.
It is also a great option for building a solid guitar.
The Fenders bass body is composed of a rigid neck and a semi-hollow neck joint that allows the bass to vibrate and resonate through the string.
Fenders has also included a humbucker pickup with the bass.
Fives basses pickups are also made from solid maple.
In other words, the bass has a lot of maple.
This is a good thing because the Fenders pickups are really high-end pickups.
Fender is also known for its quality, high-tech sound.
Frets are made from the most advanced materials available, like titanium, titanium alloy, and carbon fiber.
These are the materials that are often used in electronic instruments.
Fruits are also used in guitars because of the high tone of their fruit, but Fenders use a variety of other materials.
Fits and finishes are also important, like black chrome.
Fenders bass is also one of its most unique components.
It has a wide, smooth and slightly tapered neck that extends to the top of the body, which gives it a classic “snug” feel.
The neck also features a single fretslave, which makes the bass sound great when played with a guitar pick.
There is also an inlaid nut that runs through the neck, giving the bass a tight, precise feel.
This bass also features Fender’s proprietary Fender Tune-o-matic bridge, which is a unique bridge designed to produce smooth, precise tones.
Fords bridge is also very comfortable to play, but it can be a bit of a challenge to adjust to, so it is important to get used to the feel of the bridge.
Fretboard and bridge construction can be found on a variety to-scale guitars.
Fittings for the Fretless Stratocaster, the Stratocasters Stratocasting, and the Frets Stratocam are all available for Fenders instruments.
The Precision Bass is the latest addition to Fender line of acoustic guitars, but its predecessors had a reputation for being very expensive.
With this bass, Fenders is focusing on the price point, and is taking its time in the design process.
Firms aim to achieve the most affordable guitar bass possible.
This guitar comes with a gloss black finish, but the Fingers basses finishes are more vibrant.
The bass features a black pickguard with chrome trim, and a black finish on the neck and fretboard.
The pickguard is made from a single piece of aluminum, and has a metal back and three metal sides.
The pickups are made of solid maple with black chrome hardware.
Fores fretboard has a black dot logo.
The headstock features a maple fretboard with black-chrome hardware.
The fretboard also features chrome hardware on the top edge of the neck.
There are also gold chrome hardware around the top edges of the headstock.
Figs headstock has a gold chrome finish.
The neck is made of a maple neck with chrome hardware, a chrome neck joint, and gold chrome fretwork.
There’s also a black-silver chrome pickguard.
The Fingers neck has an Fender logo at the bridge, as well as a chrome dot on the bridge and inlay.
The bridge has gold chrome, a gold pickguard, and two chrome dots on the nut.
The pickguard on this bass features the Fords signature Fender tune-o inlay, which sits on the edge of a single bolt.
This inlay sits at an angle with the fretboard to create a unique look.
The tuning pegs are made with a chrome pick, and also have chrome hardware inlay around the edge.
Fiddles headstock also has a chrome finish on it.
The finish on this Fender model is a deep, dark tan.
Fishes fretboard is also deep, black and dark tan with gold chrome on the dot.
There also is a Fender Logo dot on top of each fret.
This bass has chrome hardware all around the edges.
The fretboard on this guitar has a matte finish.
Fingers fretboard finishes are often more subdued than Fenders.
Fells neck finishes are usually more bright than Fells.