If you're a guitarist or bassist who is trying to stand out from the competition, you're going to love what you find in this section. Fender's new line of Offsets has arrived and each model in the series is sure to appeal to any versatile musician who wants an independent style from a sonic and visual standpoint. While each instrument in the Fender Offset Series is unique in and of itself, they're also undeniably "Fender". Whether you're an active live performer or a hobbyist who likes to collect one-of-a-kind short-scale guitars and basses, the new Fender Offsets are sure to impress you.
Fender is always looking to both the past and future for inspiration and the new Offset Series is a clear indication of that. For proof, just take a closer look at the Mustang 90 - available in Silver, Olympic White and Torino Red finishes, this gnarly instrument is loaded with a pair of MP-90 pickups to deliver a punchy low end and growling midrange. It's also lightweight and features a neck with a satin polyurethane finish for fast playability. Garage rockers take note - the Mustang 90 may be just the guitar you're looking for to kick out the jams in style.
Another great example of Fender's ability to put new spins on old ideas is the Duo-Sonic HS. What you have here is an updated version of the entry level-turned-classic instrument that was first released in 1956. Boasting a C-shaped maple neck for a comfortable feel and a single-coil Duo-Sonic pickup joined by a vintage spec humbucking bridge pickup, this instrument's flexibility allows you to play virtually any musical genre.
Now, for all you bassists, look no further than the Mustang PJ. Originally released in 1964, this enhanced version is highlighted by a split-single coil P-Bass middle pickup and Jazz Bass neck pickup to give you a wide tonal palette. Its scaled-down body also makes it ideal for bassists with smaller hands, as well as anyone who prefers to play with a lot of energy on stage.
Honestly, we could talk forever about Fender's new Offset Series, but seeing is only half believing - grab one of these killer guitars or basses and experience for yourself what makes them so special. Fender's knack for innovation has never waned and the new Fender Offsets make it obvious why the company is still a leading American manufacturer of stringed instruments.