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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by sigmafloyd, Jan 10, 2012.
Roscoe beck signature 4-string it looks like.
Yup, sure is.
Sort of looks like an old Fender Zone Bass
Cool, thanks guys
What bass is it? The 4-string version of my dream bass. I was so upset when Fender discontinued the line. Maybe someday...
Wonder if that bass is the inspiration for the "Blacktop" series P bass?
I love the pickguard, switch on it. Reminds me of thinline tele
Roscoe beck for sure, I have one and it's the best bass I have ever played and I nave had a bunch...here's mine
I played a 5 string years ago. It was a very nice bass.
I'm sorry for off topic in this thread, just don't want to start the new one. Local guy is selling Fender precision bass, it is PJ model with noiseless pickups and 18V electronics, neck looks like 70' style. I have only 3 pictures at the moment:
I have never seen model like this before, maybe some CS? Thanks.
That is a very bad place to put your bass on a stand, what if somebody opens that door?
Thank you Yoda!
It looks like an American Deluxe Precision.
Most versatile passive bass Fender ever made.
Fender Deluxe Active P Bass Special. Made in Mexico. Retails new around $650 US. .
I understand that Bill Lawrence manufacturers the pickups.
Headstock at least says made in USA. Not Mexico. Just sayin'.
Perfect, thanks. I haven't been familiar with those newer models.
Nope. He designed the ones used in the 5-string version, but Fender manufactures them; and Fender used the 5-string design to make their own 4-string version.
(Talking about the Roscoe Beck, not the PJ).