Excerpt: Vintage Fender Precision bass. Volume and tone very basic. It's a Precision!!! Lots of tone possibilities from low down thump to twangy by just by turning the tone knob. The Precision bass sits well in the mix in all kinds of musical styles.
"Looking for vintage Fender Precision bass look and sound, here it is."
By a customer from zoho.com, zzounds.com
14 November 2011
Excerpt: I was an owner of an original '64 Fender P-Bass. I loved that bass, played it 'till it fell apart after 35 years. I looked for a replacement, tried everything, couldn't find what I was looking for until now. This Road Worn P-bass is awesome. It has the 'sound'. I like it better than the American Standards, as good as the original '64. I was skeptical at first, but after playing gigs, it really roars. I finally got my groove back.
Excerpt: The sound of this 50s road worn Pbass is awesome IMHO... however, I changed the pickup (based on a review I read elsewhere). I crossed my fingers and put in a SeymourDuncan Antiquity pickup, as suggested by the reviewer. I am not sorry I did that. Whereas the original pickup sounded great. the seymour duncan sounds really-really great.
Excerpt: I recently bought this bass, I love the sound. The American P-Basses don't get nearly as much growl and deepness that this bass has. Great punch, even with factor strings. I love it. I was a bit concerned because it is Mexican made, then I looked and saw all road series is Mexican made. Although it is Mexican, it is crafted like an American Bass....I'd definitely choose it over an American Bass.