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Fender Pro Series P/J Bass Guitar Case  

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Overview
  • Lightweight and durable
  • Universal interior fits right- and left-handed Precision and Jazz basses
  • Soft black plush lining
Description & Specs
  • MSRP:
    $149.99
  • Your Savings:
    - $20.00
  • Your Price:
    $12999

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Quality protection for your Precision or Jazz bass guitar.

The Fender® Pro Series Case captures the quintessential look and feel of classic Fender. Designed to be lightweight and durable, this new case maintains traditional design styling. The universal interior allows for right- or left-handed P®/J® bass models and is lined in soft black plush. The interior also has two accessory compartments and an extra wide neck support. Exterior features chrome hardware and two locking latches.

Features
  • Lightweight and durable
  • Universal interior fits right- and left-handed Precision and Jazz basses
  • Soft black plush lining
  • Two accessory compartments
  • Extra-wide neck support
  • Chrome exterior hardware

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FenderPro Series P/J Bass Guitar Case
 
3.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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4.0

the cheaper version of the G&G but good

By Rguitars!

from NYC NY

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Pros

  • Functional
  • On The Cheap

Cons

  • No Rivets Screws

Best Uses

  • Need A Hardshell

Comments about Fender Pro Series P/J Bass Guitar Case:

its a cheaper alternative case made ( I think in Vietnam ) lighter than the G&G but still a pretty good case for the money. if you are discerning, spend the money for the G&G. most of my cases are G&G but I needed one for the newer modern player basses which are 70's style the headstock's are a tad bigger, so the G&G case you would have to remove the headstock cushion to get it in, with the Pro case, you do not. I'm gigging with it, lets see how long it holds up.

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5.0

Classis 70's vibe case

By Paul Jude

from Upstate NY

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Pros

  • Easy To Use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backup
    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Fender Pro Series P/J Bass Guitar Case:

    This bass case is perfect for my Fender Jazz and P basses. It has the classic 70's type design/logo. Seems well built to me. Time will tell how tough it is, but I am sure it will be fine. I will buy another indeed. Dont mind gig bags but you should have a hard shell case for your instruments.

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    2.0

    A bargain? NOT!

    By Robert J

    from Williamsville, NY

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    Pros

    • Functional
    • Traditional Fender Style

    Cons

    • Difficult To Use
    • Poor Quality

    Best Uses

    • Storage

    Comments about Fender Pro Series P/J Bass Guitar Case:

    This case looks nice but I regret not paying a bit more for a "real" Fender case. The quality is fine and it looks great but the fit is a little goofy and the finish is very screwy. Here' what I mean:

    Fit: At first, you will be shocked that neither your Precision Bass nor your Jazz Bass fits. But there is a trick--after laying your bass in the cutout area for the body, you have to slightly rotate the whole instrument clockwise in order for the neck and headstock to fit fully. If you don't do this, the tuners will appear to not fit and the case won't close! Really strange but true. Also, good luck if you have covers over the bridge or pickups (as in the big F bridge cover found on vintage Fender basses). The case wont close. Because of this, I do not recommend this case. But it gets worse...

    Finish: I would describe the finish as screwy since whoever makes these for Fender uses about 60 screws to hold everything together. The latches, hinges, Fender logo, end trim and even the feet are held on with big Phillips-head screws. Besides looking stupid, it makes sharp, potentially snaggy edges everywhere. I didn't really notice until I picked up the case and saw that it had scratched the floor in my living room. I've never seen a case whose feet (both sets of feet--backside and edge of case) have goofy Phillips head screws hanging out). Seriously, the feet are a serious design flaw as they will gouge any surface you put this case on. They'll scrape other cases stacked on or beside this case. Unacceptable.

    Conclusion: This case looks great and is built fairly well. However, the fit and finish leave a lot to be desired. The price is ridiculous considering a real Fender G&G case is available for just a little more. This case is not a bargain. Pay a little more and buy the non "Pro" version. You'll be glad you did.

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