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Fender Squier P Bass Pack with Rumble 15 Amp - Black
- Agathis body with gloss polyurethane finish
- C-shape maple neck with 9.5 in radius, rosewood fingerboard and 20 medium jumbo frets
- 1 Split Single-Coil Pickup
- Standard 4 saddle bridge w/ 1 volume ant 1 tone control
- Set Includes: Affinity Precision Bass®, Gig Bag, Rumble 15 Bass Amplifier, Tuner, Strap, Cable, Stereo Headphones, Instructional DVD
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This set features our tough, great-sounding and easy-playing Squier Affinity Precision Bass guitar; plug it right into the compact but punchy 15-watt Fender® Rumble 15 bass amp with auxiliary input and headphone jack. Accessories include stereo headphones, an instructional DVD, a guitar strap, electronic tuner, gig bag and guitar cable. A lot of boom for your buck, and everything you need to Stop Dreaming and Start Playing!
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UPDATE: I have removed another star because the shoulder strap that came with the gig bag broke the second time I used it. This resulted into my bass falling on the floor. Luckily, there isn't any apparent damage to the bass, but this is unacceptable. WARNING: the gig bag is a cheap piece of junk. Do not rely on the shoulder strap (or any of the straps or handles) to actually support the weight of this bass safely. I've attached a picture of the broken strap. You can see that the point of failure was where the strap connects to the gig bag at the top. Surprisingly it wasn't the super cheap plastic hooks that attach the strap to the connector.
The only reason I'm still giving this 3 stars is that the bass and amp are nice for the price. Just don't trust that gig bag.