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Fender Player Mustang Bass PJ, Pau Ferro, Aged Natural

   
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Fender Player Mustang Bass PJ, Pau Ferro, Aged Natural

Versatile Sound, Classic Style

Since its original release in 1964, the Mustang Bass has been one of Fender's most enduring bass designs, finding its way into the hands of bassists ranging from The Rolling Stones to My Chemical Romance. This updated version of the short-scale underground hero adds the power of our venerable P Bass® and J Bass® pickups to the traditional Mustang design for flexible, thunderous bass tone with smooth playing feel and slick visual style.

Features

  • 30” scale length; “C”-shaped maple neck
  • One P Bass split single-coil middle pickup, one J Bass® single-coil bridge pickup
  • 9.5”-radius Pau Ferro fingerboard with 19 medium jumbo frets
  • Four-saddle bridge; four-bolt neck plate; vintage-style tuning machines
  • Master Volume and Tone controls; three-way pickup switch
PLAYER SERIES PICKUPS
PLAYER SERIES PICKUPS
PJ PICKUP CONFIGURATION
PJ PICKUP CONFIGURATION
30
30"-SCALE NECK WITH
9.5” FINGERBOARD RADIUS
Designed for authentic Fender
tone—with a bit of an edge—our
Player Series pickups keep a foot in
the past while looking to the future.
Bassists will appreciate the
remarkable tonal versatility of the
PJ pickup configuration, with a
thunderous split single-coil
Precision Bass middle pickup and
growling Jazz Bass bridge pickup.
This classic short scale makes it
easier to comfortably reach the
lower frets while maintaining
Fender's punchy bass sound. The
9.5”-radius fingerboard offers enough
arcto provide a natural fret-hand feel.
4-SADDLE BRIDGE
4-SADDLE BRIDGE
“F”-STAMPED NECK PLATE
“F”-STAMPED NECK PLATE
OPEN-GEAR TUNING MACHINES
OPEN-GEAR
TUNING MACHINES
Combining form and function
perfectly, the 4-saddle bridge
features modern slotted saddles
for enhanced tuning stability and
punchy attack.
Each Player Precision Bass includes
an “F”-stamped neck plate, leaving
no doubt as to the instrument’s pedigree.
A classic design element from the
earliest days of the electric bass, the
open-gear tuning machines offer
rock-solid tuning stability.