When you are picking up your first musical instrument, it should be a memorable experience. The all new Modern Player Series from Fender gives you the sound you crave and the functionality you need to start sound your best. It really boils down to a few key aspects that make these instruments stand out from a sea of other selections. With features such as the five-position rotary switch on the Dimension Bass and a modified HSH pickup construction on the Stratocaster HSH, the Modern Player series gives you an unparalleled music experience that starts with tonal versatility. Modern Player guitars and basses also offer fantastic playability with their “C”-shaped neck profiles and jumbo and medium jumbo frets. This series also gives you great value while exceeding the limitations of the average “entry-level” instrument.
With thoroughly modern features and unconventional accessory options such as the Modern Player humbucking pick-ups on the Jazz Master HH electric guitar, this series of instruments gives a dynamic new spin to the time-honored Fender models. Take the Modern Player Jazz Bass. This alder-bodied bass is modelled after the traditional Jazz Bass, but features a convenient new four-position rotary pickup selector switch that delivers a powerful quartet of pickup combinations. Whether you’re a beginner bassist or a fast-fingered fret master, you’ll truly appreciate the unparalleled sound and remarkable style of these sleekly-designed instruments. If the electric guitar is your instrument of choice, you’ll definitely want to get your hands on the Modern Player Mustang. Featuring the model’s 24” classic scale, floating bridge and vibrato tailpiece, this six-string is tricked out with mods like Modern Player MP-90 single-coil pick-ups and a 9.5”-radius rosewood fingerboard.
You know what you’re looking for. You’ve decided you want to learn to play, and now you’re all set to make the ultimate decision of what instrument you need to make your music experience amazing. The Modern Player series continues that great “my-first-Fender” tradition with their most adventurous beginner instruments to date. These guitars and basses are perfect for jamming with your friends or taking your first steps to becoming the next Jimi Hendrix.