Fender Duff McKagan Precision Bass - Pearl White

4-string Electric Bass with Alder Body, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, 1 Single-coil Pickup, and 1 Humbucking Pickup - Pearl White
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The Bass That Backed Guns N' Roses

Pushing the late '80s L.A. rock scene, Guns N' Roses became a worldwide powerhouse and household name. This iconic rock band was held together by Duff McKagan's solid bass lines and rhythms. The Fender Duff McKagan Precision Bass is a reissue of Duff's beloved Jazz Bass Special from that era. It houses both P and J pickups to coax deep bass tones with a rock 'n' roll edge. The sleek pearl white alder body and gloss black maple neck bring back the look and vibe of '80s rock. When you want to build a foundation for the band in style, grab the Fender Duff McKagan Precision Bass!

Fender Duff McKagan Precision Bass at a Glance:

  • This Precision Bass was made to rock

  • P Bass pickup delivers the driving sound of rock and metal
  • Seymour Duncan J Bass pickup gives you rich midrange and tons of growl
This Precision Bass was made to rock

The Fender Duff McKagan Precision Bass is a reissue of Duff's iconic Jazz Bass Standard that he has used his entire career starting with the recording of Guns N' Roses first album. This sleek bass sports an alder body, finished maple neck, and a smooth-playing rosewood fretboard. To ensure big tone, Fender loaded this rock 'n' roll beast with a Seymour Duncan Jazz Bass pickups and a Fender vintage-style P Bass pickup, a tried and true combination of pickups that is well-loved here at Sweetwater. If you're looking for a bass to lead the sonic assault of your band, then grab the Fender Duff McKagan Precision Bass and start laying down the low end!

P Bass pickup delivers the driving sound of rock and metal

When you think of fat, meaty, and hard-hitting bass lines, you're probably thinking about the sound of a Fender Precision Bass. Thanks to its vintage-style alnico split single-coil Precision Bass pickup, you can count on the Duff McKagan Precision Bass to pump out dynamically intense and deeply satisfying bass tone. Whether you play with a pick or your fingers, you'll be impressed by the clear sound and serious sonic impact of your Fender Duff McKagan Precision Bass.

Seymour Duncan J Bass pickup gives you rich midrange and tons of growl

When you want a thick midrange tone and iconic J Bass growl, you'll want to turn to the Seymour Duncan STKJ2B Jazz Bass pickup in the bridge position on your Fender Duff McKagan Precision Bass. This high-output, stacked single-coil pickup is perfect for rock and metal. Wound slightly hotter, the STKJ2B delivers the big midrange you need to rock out. Dial in as much or as little snap as you want with the Duff McKagan Precision Bass's bridge pickup volume control, then blend to taste with the P Bass pickup in the middle position.

Fender Duff McKagan Precision Bass Features:

  • A reissue of Duff's iconic Fender bass

  • Alder body is comfortable, toneful, and looks great in pearl white
  • Smooth-playing maple neck, with rosewood fretboard, is finished in black
  • Seymour Duncan Jazz Bass pickup and a vintage-style P Bass pickup deliver massive low end
  • TBX Tone Circuit helps you dial in your ideal sound
Deliver double-fisted, rock bass tones with the Fender Duff McKagan Precision Bass!

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Tech Specs

Body Shape Precision
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 4
Color Pearl White
Body Material Alder
Body Finish Polyurethane
Neck Material Maple, Bolt-on
Neck Shape Modern C
Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 9.5" Radius
Fingerboard Inlay Dots
Number of Frets 20, medium jumbo
Scale Length 34"
Nut Width 1.625"
Bridge/Tailpiece Vintage-style bridge with single groove saddles
Tuners Standard open-gear tuners
Number of Pickups 2
Middle Pickup Vintage-Style Alnico Split Single-Coil Precision Bass
Bridge Pickup Seymour Duncan STKJ2B Jazz Bass
Controls 2 x volume, 1 x TBX Tone Circuit, 3-way switch
Strings .045-.100
Case Included Gig Bag
Manufacturer Part Number 0146500323

Customer Reviews

3/5
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5/5

Awesome bass. A real icon!

This bass has a wicked sound! Duff knew what he was looking for in a bass. This thing is built like a tank. It feels like I can hammer nails with it all day and go play a gig that night with it. A very well built and incredible sounding bass. It's looks are also amazing. The details on this instrument have not been overlooked. Mine came perfect, as far as fit and finish. Completely blown away.
Music background: Semi-Pro/hobbyist
1/5

Not Made In the USA

I am a raw newbie and purchased this bass on the recommendation of a family member who plays in a band. I thought buying a Fender meant I was getting an iconic American brand and didn't even consider that it could be made some where else(my bad). Fender makes instruments in the USA, Mexico, and I think Singapore(I am pretty sure the Fender customer service rep said Singapore). I went to my first lesson today and it was pointed out to me that this instrument is made in Mexico. I would not have purchased it had I know this...again my bad for doing poor research. I have no frame of reference to comment on the quality of this instrument, but I try to buy American made products when ever they are available. Neither Fender nor Sweetwater has a filter on their website to sort for this. I was told by Fender to look at the headstock to tell. In order to do that you have to look closely at the pictures of the serial number on the back of the headstock. Perhaps it is not important to the quality of the instrument, but it is important to me. I want to spend my money so that it goes to American workers.
See also: Fender, Fender 4-string Bass Guitars