Peavey Grind Bass 5-string - Natural

5-string Electric Bass with Mahogany Body, Mahogany Neck, Maple Stringers, Rosewood Fingerboard, and 2 Humbucking Pickups - Natural
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Peavey Grind Bass 5-string - Natural image 1
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Grind out the Low End

The Peavey Grind 5-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 5-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 5
Color Natural
Body Material Mahogany with maple stringers
Neck Material Mahogany, Neck-through
Nut Width 1.76"
Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 15" Radius
Fingerboard Inlay Dots
Number of Frets 24
Scale Length 35"
Bridge/Tailpiece Die Cast, String Through Body
Tuners 19:1 ratio
Number of Pickups 2
Middle Pickup Passive Humbucker
Bridge Pickup Passive Humbucker
Controls 2 x volume, 2 x tone
Manufacturer Part Number 03572640

Customer Reviews

3.5/5
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5/5

My favorite bass!!

I have owned a wide variety of basses from a top end Peavey Cirrus to a low end Squier. The Grind is my favorite. I love the playability and the wide range of tones I can get, and at this price range it can't be beat. I've played this bass for over a year and absolutely love it.
Music background: 35 years experience.
5/5

Great bass excellent value

I bought this bass a present for my 17 year old. He was shopping around for a 5 string for about 6 months. Similar basses at the big box music stores where out of his price range. Sweetwater was the only place that I could find a natural finish Grind 5 string. The sound, playability, and intonation are excellent. This was a big step up from his Ibanez gio 4 string. His music teacher likes the new Grind too. Overall, its a great value for a solid quality , neck through the body, 5 string. I would gladly rebuy this bass. I always have full confidence buying from Sweetwater. Greg, my sales engineer is great.No regrets on any purchases from Sweetwater.
Music background: student/some small venue experience.
1/5

GRIND BASS

I purchased this Bass guitar, but I purchase a lot of music equipment from all the different stores, so I'm not sure where I purchased it from. This Bass was a big let down, the tone quality sucks. I have a Fender Jazz 4 string, I also have (11) several other bass guitars because as you know you always need one more.
Music background: 40 years of everything musical..Pro?
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