Fender Roger Waters Precision Bass - Black

4-string Electric Bass with Alder Body, Maple Neck, Maple Fingerboard, and 1 Single-coil Pickup - Black
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Weight: 9lbs 3oz
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Weight: 9lbs 3oz
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The Signature Bass from Pink Floyd's Frontman!

Show your Floyd fever with the Fender Roger Waters Precision Bass! Crafted to honor the iconic frontman's favorite 4-string, this alder-bodied black beauty sports a striking maple fingerboard and a thick C-shaped neck for total playing comfort. Plug her into your amp, and you'll have tone for days, courtesy of Seymour Duncan's popular Basslines SPB-3 Quarter Pound split-coil pickup, which is armed for tonal shaping with a knurled master tone knob.

For extra style points, the Roger Waters Precision Bass sports a black bridge, black strap buttons, '70s-style "Fender"-stamped open-gear tuners, and a gasketed "F"-stamped neck plate. All in all, it's the reasonably priced Precision Bass you've been wanting, decked out with extra features and in tribute to a legendary bassist/singer/songwriter. Now you can carry the low end in very, very good company - so go launch your own experimental sound with the Roger Waters Precision Bass!

Fender Roger Waters Precision Bass 4-string Electric Bass Features at a Glance:
  • Color: Black
  • Body: Alder
  • Neck: Maple, Thick "C" Shape
  • Neck Finish: Gloss Urethane
  • Fretboard: Maple
  • Fretboard Radius: 9.5" Radius
  • Frets: 20, Medium Jumbo
  • Position Inlays: Black Dot Position Inlays
  • Scale Length: 34"
  • Nut Width: 1.750"
  • String Nut: Machined Brass
  • Truss Rod Nut: Vintage Style Slotted
  • Pickups: Seymour Duncan Basslines SPB-3 Quarter Pound Split-Coil Pickup
  • Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone
  • Hardware: Chrome/Black
  • Tuning Keys: Vintage '70s Fender Stamped Open-gear Tuning Machines
  • Bridge: Black Standard 4-Saddle
  • Strap Buttons: Black Vintage Style
  • Control Knobs: Black Knurled
  • Pickguard: 1-Ply Black
  • Incl. Accessories: Saddle height Adjustment Wrench

Take your tone to the Dark Side of the Moon with the Fender Roger Waters Precision Bass!
NOTE: This product is available in the United States only - no international sales.

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Tech Specs

Body Shape Precision
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 4
Color Black
Body Material Alder
Body Finish Urethane
Neck Material Maple, Bolt-on
Neck Shape Thick C
Fingerboard Material Maple, 9.5" Radius
Fingerboard Inlay Dots
Number of Frets 20, Medium Jumbo
Scale Length 34"
Nut Width 1.75"
Bridge/Tailpiece Black Standard Bridge
Tuners Vintage '70s Stamped Open Gear
Number of Pickups 1
Middle Pickup Seymour Duncan Basslines SPB-3 Quarter Pound Single-coil
Controls 1 x Volume, 1 x Tone
Strings Fender USA, (.045-.105)
Case Included Gig Bag
Manufacturer Part Number 0147000306

Customer Reviews

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4.5/5

brass nuts should be stock

Roger Waters may not be Jaco on bass, but he knows tone and his bass sounds phenomenal live & in studio, always has...the new Live Wall bluray has the most unbelievably pure bass tone, I know he's used Ashdown, I've read that he used Ampeg on The Wall shows, so it's not the amp, you could plug this bass into a direct box and get great tone...the Seymour has been stock on he & Dave's axes since the 70's, so what's so special about the Waters bass ? the brass nut. the fat neck gets the bottom and that nut gets the punch, I haven't seen a brass nut on a stock bass since the 70's and once you hear it, you're going to want it. So much value compared to many overpriced Signature models. the Waters & the Geddy are two of the best deals from Fender, both are winners. Thanks to Sweetwater for posting pics, serials & weights for comparison, now that's service !! Sweetwater should petition Fender to make a Mex Gilmour, it would be the hottest guitar on the market if you stuck a $899 price tag on it...and it's possible, don't tell me a Strat needs to cost $5k (price jumps every year from Fender on Signature models) Squire never changes, so what's the difference ? Greed.
Music background: multi-instrumentalist since age 8
4.5/5

serious axe

before ordering i used to worry about the wide fingerboard, but not anymore... the beefy neck is amazing, playable and feels powerful (note that i dont have big hands). out of the box it was completely ready to gig. action, truss rod, intonation, all set.the spb3 pickups' output is so hot and they're a bit scooped at mids. but i love the tone. they're there to drive the PA like hell to blow the crowd away. at home or rehearsals you have to roll the instrument's volume back a bit if a less aggressive sound is desired.it's kind of a hot rod, '50s profile/modern sound.my complains are a deadspot on A on E string (i heard all the fenders have deadspots) and the pickguard which gets extremely scratchy very soon.love the F stamped neckplate.overall it's a serious axe for gigging, but for recording i may need a P bass with a more balanced output and spectrum (soundwise).
4/5

Waters Precision bass

Great sound and playability. Tone is more powerful than a normal precision but still clean. Great set-up by Sweetwater. It gets a 4 because Fender quality doesn't quite match the price. This MIM is, however, of better quality than the last two American-made Fenders I've had. A little different overall, in sound and appearance.
Music background: Pro
See also: Fender, Fender 4-string Bass Guitars