Full Size White 4 String Precision P Electric Bass Guitar WHITE with 10 Watt Bass Amplifier & Gig Bag and Accessories (Includes, Amp, Strap, String, & DirectlyCheap(TM) Translucent Blue Medium Guitar Pick)
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- Delron Resin Molded Nut, Maple Neck with truss rod
- Low Ratio Chrome Alloy Flanged Tuners
- Rosewood Fretboard with Dot Inlay, 20 Easy to play Fret Positions
- Contured Ultra Light Hardwood Body, 7 Step FInish Processing, Channel 8 P STYLE PICKUPS
- Chrome Alloy Volume Control, Chrome Alloy Tone Control, Chrome Alloy Tailpiece, Chrome Alloy Single Adjustable Saddles
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This item Full Size White 4 String Precision P Electric Bass Guitar WHITE with 10 Watt Bass Amplifier & Gig Bag and Accessories (Includes, Amp, Strap, String, & DirectlyCheap(TM) Translucent Blue Medium Guitar Pick)
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|Body Material Type||solid-wood||Basswood||solid-wood||solid-wood||solid-wood||alder|
|Color||White||White||Metallic Red||Olympic White||Black||Brown Sunburst|
|Fretboard Material Type||—||rosewood||Rosewood||Rosewood||Maple||Rosewood|
|Guitar Bridge System||—||—||Tune-O-Matic||fixed||Saddle||fixed|
|Guitar Pickup Configuration||—||humbucker||combination||combination||single-coil||single-coil|
|Item Dimensions||—||14 x 46 x 3 in||15 x 6 x 44 in||4 x 52.25 x 15.5 in||3.75 x 49 x 14.5 in||3.5 x 51 x 14.75 in|
|Neck Material Type||—||maple||Maple||Maple||Maple||Maple|
|Number of Strings||4||4||4||4||4||4|
For those bass players looking for a feel good, sound great and affordable P-Bass, look no further than the Huntington ‘Outlaw’ P-Bass. With it’s comfortable neck, solid basswood body and defined solid bass tone, this Amazing P-Bass can conjure up the sound you’ll need to play any genre of music. Whether you are just starting out, need a bass for occasional use or just want a solid working bass that’s easy to own as it is to play, this High Quality Precision Electric 4 String Bass is a natural choice.
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THis is a full size, 46"-not 43, as stated- and 34" scale, 20 fret bass with a nice rosewood fingerboard and a good, fast maple neck.
It is a fair copy of a Fender Precision bass, but the neck is a little narrower and thinner and very comfortable. It is far lighter due to the basswood body.
It has a few slightly high frets up near the body, but nothing terrible, and I will be able to get them leveled when I put better strings on it.
Needed string height adjustment at the bridge and minor truss rod adjustment, but so has every other guitar I have ever bought.
Hardware is very good-tuners hold tune and bridge and controls work fine, and overall the quality of the wood and paint is very good, better than on some "big name" instruments I have owned.
I started playing bass in 1963. This is not the best I ever had, but it is as good as basses I have seen for 3 times the money, and I will have no problem gigging with it after new strings and very minor adjustments.
Got here very quickly and is a very good playing and good sounding instrument that seems solid and is a great deal!
The body has a cool design, the neck and body feel great for the most part. It's really light, which makes it easy to carry around and move on stage for showmanship (if that's your style). I personally love that the name is Huntington Outlaw P-Bass (which can be abbreviated to HOP Bass). Really, if you want a bass that will cover all that needs to be covered with a bass, you're pretty much golden with this one.
The only things that I will say work against this one are that my volume knob, rather than gradually increase and decrease volume as it's being turned, will instead just turn on and off. Any volume in between is very hard to access. I also played in a show once where the bass actually had to crescendo while playing the note, and the volume knob actually caused static in the sound system while I was changing the volume and playing the note at the same time. The other knob works just fine, so it almost makes me wonder why there was an issue with one and not the other, but it is what it is.
I also hear a buzz when playing the E string, but the buzz doesn't go through to the amp, so I guess that's not too much of an issue.
All in all, it's a great bass for a beginner, and I bet you could get going professionally with this, too. I'm not going to say it's as good as a Fender, but you could probably get 3 of these for the price of one Fender.
The extras that come with it (case, strings, book) are all just icing on the already delicious cake.
the one problem (not the guitar company or even amazons fault). Fedex left the package outside in an unusual place near the back of the house because nobody was home. We got the delivery notification and thought someone had stolen it from the porch. by the time we found it in the back yard, it had been rained on. Luckily it was very well packaged and everything inside the box was also in a plastic bag. Go amazon!
I had to crank up the gain on Rocksmith to get it adequately recognized by the program but after I did that it worked fine. My only other complaint about the bass is that the input jack is on the bottom edge of the guitar and while sitting down it tends to dig into my leg. They provided me with an angled input cable which would be fine, except that for Rocksmith I have to use their cable.
All in all it seems fine for a beginner like myself, but a few minor points are less than optimal (no fault of the manufacturer or seller though).