Peavey Grind Bass 4 - 4 String Natural

4-string Electric Bass with Mahogany Body, Mahogany Neck, Maple Stringers, Rosewood Fingerboard, and 2 Humbucking Pickups - Natural
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Grind out the Low End

The Peavey Grind 4-string solidbody bass gives you boutique quality at a rock bottom price. Peavey Grind basses feature a neck-through-body design, are crafted of mahogany with maple stringers, and sport a fast mahogany neck with an Indonesian rosewood fingerboard. The result is smooth playability, impressive sustain, and gutsy, resonant tone. Bass Player Magazine gave the Grind their distinguished Editor's Award, so you know Peavey's onto something. In the market for a great-sounding (and playing) bass that won't break the bank? You owe it to yourself to give the Peavey Grind a serious audition.

Peavey Grind 4-string Solidbody Bass Features at a Glance:
  • Neck-through-body design; mahogany body wings with maple stringers
  • Mahogany neck with an Indonesian rosewood fingerboard
  • 35 inch scale; 24 frets
  • Passive humbucking pickups
  • 19:1 ratio tuning machines
  • Dual action torsion rod
Grind out the Low End, with the Peavey Grind solidbody bass!

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Tech Specs

Body Shape Grind
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 4
Color Natural
Body Material Mahogany, Maple Stringers
Neck Material Mahogany, Neck Through
Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 12" Radius
Fingerboard Inlay Dots
Number of Frets 24
Scale Length 35"
Nut Width 1.57"
Bridge/Tailpiece Die-Cast, String Through Body or Rear Load Option
Tuners 19:1 ratio
Number of Pickups 2
Middle Pickup Passive Humbucking
Bridge Pickup Passive Humbucking
Controls 2 x volume, 2 x tone
Manufacturer Part Number 03572620

Customer Reviews

5/5
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5/5

Sounds as Good as it Looks...

I've played a 4 string Grind for 8 years and it's perfectly balanced on my shoulder, has a FAT, FAT sound and is absolutely beautiful. Every couple of weeks I give her a bath in Lemon oil and she has a deep, lustrous glow. You will not go wrong with this bass.
Music background: Professional, Southern Rock and Boogie Blues specialist
5/5

Peavey Grind 4 string

I purchased my Grind 6 years ago. it has been my go-to ever since. plays smooth, great tone and the action is easy. this is a bass that just loves to be played!. to keep the feel and look, just wipe down with linseed oil and it looks brand new again. the compliments I get on the looks, man, gotta love it.
Music background: garage band, praise team member
5/5

Peavey Grind Bass 4 - 4 String Natural

What a great Bass, for the price. The grinder has a real nice feel and not to heavy.it looks great also.Has a great sound to it and the action is real low so it has a fast playing fretboard .It came setup which was nice. but i change the tuning to D+ a 2 year warranty is a good thing to have, just in case.
Music background: PRO Musician
4.5/5

Does the Job at a Reasonable Price

The label on the bass said it was made in Vietnam.The finish was rough. The neck would give you splinters when you played!I took the hardware off, sanded the wood down, and applied a teak oil finish. No more problems for 10 + years now.I do like the feel of this bass. IIRC, it has a 35 inch scale length so a bit of a strech for smaller hands compared to 34 inches.The humbucking pickup provide a warm sound as opposed to the single coils on a Fender Jazz Bass. I'm lucky to have both so I can get whatever sound I want.The six piece through the body neck not only looks attractive, but helps in neck stability. 10 years and it's still in good shape.Volume and tone pots work fine.I installed a Roland GK3B and it functions well also.I'm happy for the money.
Music background: Amateur
See also: Peavey, Peavey 4-string Bass Guitars