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Now's your chance to own a piece of vintage Fender history, with this wicked cool Fender Musicmaster 4 string electric bass from 1978!
Featuring an Alder body, a bolt-on Maple neck with a Rosewood fretboard, a single-coil middle-mounted pickup and a comfortable C shaped, 9.5" radius neck - which makes playing this '78 bass enjoyable.
The middle-mounted Fender single-coil pickup is voiced for a warm, vintage tone and you can easily dial in your sound with the Master Volume and Tone controls.
Keeping you in tune are the Fender open gear tuners and the vintage-style stoptail piece, that has two adjustable saddle pieces which allows you to quickly set your intonation and focus on making music instead of staying in tune.
The nitrocellulose finish is beautifully checked and does show signs of it's age - but what's cooler than a REAL reliced VINTAGE bass??
From the studio to the stage, this vintage Fender 1978 Musicmaster electric bass will get you noticed for your playing and timeless style.
Bonus! This bass comes with a period correct Fender chipboard case.
This is a vintage bass and does show signs of its age, including the checked finish, but this has been tested and functions as expected. Please take a moment to review our pictures as they show the true condition of this vintage bass.
- Brand: Fender
- Actual Weight: 8lbs 2oz
- Body Type: Solid Body
- Body Shape: Musicmaster
- Body Material: Alder
- Orientation: Right Handed
- Neck Shape: C Shape
- Neck Material: Maple
- Neck Joint: Bolt-On
- Nut Width: 1 5/8 Inches - 41.275 mm
- Scale Length: 30 Inches
- Fretboard Radius: 9.5 Inches
- Number of Frets: 19
- Fretboard Material: Rosewood
- Bridge Pick-Up: Single Coil
- Bridge Pick-Up Type: Fender
- Bridge Type: Stoptail
- Case Type: Chipboard
- Serial: S835057
You are buying a quality instrument made of wood. Each instrument goes thorough a pre-shipment inspection to ensure you are getting a great quality instrument. However, please keep in mind when instruments are shipped they can endure temperature changes as well as doing the "shipper shuffle" and therefore minor adjustments may be needed to set up the instrument to your personal preferences after receiving it.