About Fender Basses
With a name like Fender, you know the bass you’ll be getting here is of the highest quality possible. Used by famous bassists Paul McCartney, Roger Waters and Timothy B. Schmit, the list of musicians that prefer a Fender bass is seemingly endless. When you pick up a Fender bass and start playing, you’ll become one of the millions that know there’s nothing else like them in the world. Depending on your specific needs and your skill level, there’s a bass here with your name on it. Are you just learning to play bass? Then you will definitely want to consider the Affinity Precision or Affinity Jazz bass packages. Featuring everything you need to get started, including a gig bag, a combo amp, learning material and all the essential gear, you’ll be able to just pick up and start playing. And because all the homework has been done for you, you’ll know everything works together as intended.
If you’re more of an intermediate player looking to upgrade your bass, there is a huge selection from here to choose from as well. From acoustic-electric models to standard jazz options, each guitar brings something different to the table, allowing you to really hone in on the sound and style you want. If you’re after vintage styling then you’ll want to check out the iconic Standard Precision. Beautifully built and offering a thick tone, this bass does it all. On the other hand, if you’re looking for something with a little more bite, you’ll need to take a look at the Starcaster electric bass. Built to resemble the legendary 70s Starcaster, this instrument features two huge humbucking pickups, a semi-hollow offset body and dual f-holes. This bass was made to simply electrify audiences.
Maybe you have a particular style in mind, based on your favorite band or musician. That’s where options like the Fender Geddy Lee Signature Jazz Bass, the Tony Franklin Fretless Precision Bass and the Mark Hoppus Signature Bass Guitar come into play. Inspired and influenced by your favorite artists, these basses give you the look and sound of some of the greatest bassists alive today.
From vintage classics to more modern designs, the bass guitars featured here represent the best of what Fender has to offer. Musicians around the world have been praising Fender for decades, and now it’s time for you to find out why.