A Fender Squire Precision bass is a bass with either a red or black body. Squires are generally used with people learning how to play bass and are just beginners. They range from $100-$300, depending on what style bass (jazz, precision, etc.) and what package it's in. The II simply denotes what this bass has compared to the Fender Squire I precision bass.
Gibson guitars and Fender bass guitars Pete plays his signature Fender Squire bass; Patrick plays mostly Gibson SG's; and Joe Trohman plays his signature Washburn guitar.
Berry Oakley's "tractor bass" was a Fender Jazz Bass with a Guild bass pickup.
I paid $500 with original hard shell case on Ebay!
Fender Performer Bass was created in 1985.
Fender Telecaster Bass was created in 1968.
Fender Jaguar Bass was created in 2006.
get a squire as theyre like the "bargain" section of the fender brand :) also depends on the condition of the bass. get it checked out before you but. look on the internet, go inot music stores, and check magazines and newspapers for prices and sales stuff :) hope that helps :) guitarchic95
A Fender Jazz guitar is an electric bass guitar created by Leo Fender. It is also known as the Jazz Bass or J Bass and was the second model of electric bass guitar that Fender created.
According to the Fender website, your bass dates from 1976.
Fender Aerodyne Jazz Bass was created in 2004.
Fender Roscoe Beck Bass was created in 1995.
Fender Frank Bello Bass was created in 2005.
Fender Jazz Bass & Fender Esquire
This Fender bass would have manufactured between 1965 and 1967.
In my opinion, a Fender Squire "P" Bass...generally less than $200, plays well, sounds good, and if by chance for some reason you lose interest, you haven't spent that much money.
A Fender P Bass can be purchased from a music store including online ones. A national chain such as Guitar Center is also an option for purchasing a Fender P Bass.
The Fender Jazz has a thinner neck made for quicker playing ability. The Fender precision has a fatter neck for stability and precision. The jazz bass has 2 j-pickups, the p-bass has 1 p-pickup. The Fender jazz bass has a brighter tone then the precision bass. The Precision bass body is straight. And The Fender Jazz Bass body is squiggly. If I've gotten it correctly the precision bass was called the precision bass because it had frets and was therefore precise compared to an upright bass. I've owned both a precision and jazz bass at different times. I would say, in the end, you can get the same tone out of either one.
Pretty sure you cant, the bronco is a short scale
I have a 1961 Fender Precision Bass that is sunburst finish with rosewood neck. What is it worth?
I think that he plays a fender bass. He's using a Fender Jazz Bass and also Fender Mark Hoppus Jazz Bass that was given to him by Hoppus during the video shoot of I'd Do Anything.
The Fender Precision bass guitar, or P-Bass as it is sometimes called, was first designed in 1950 by Leo Fender. It was the first electric bass guitar to be widely used and many different models remain in production today.
I personally like the Yamaha because they have a nice body frame and give off a nice amount of power but that's my opinion. maybe you can test ride one somewhere and go from there. =)
Fender started making their bass guitars back in 1951 and was called the Precision Bass or P-Bass. The P-Bass was small and portable compared to all other bass guitars on the market.
Leo Fender made the first (electric) bass.
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