The Squier Classic Vibe Precision Bass '70s gives you a powerful '70s-style instrument that nails the instrument's look and feel from that musically fertile era. The maple neck with "C" profile delivers the classic P Bass feel, and the inclusion of a real bone nut enhances your tone while enhancing tuning stability. A Fender-designed split-coil pickup serves up classic, muscular Precision Bass tone, setting a rock-solid sonic foundation with plenty of low-end power and punchy mids. With all its vintage goodness and modern touches, the Squier Classic Vibe P Bass '70s is one of the hottest bass values at Sweetwater. We're sure you'll agree.
Bass guitars are big and that can mean heavy, too. The Squier Classic Vibe Precision Bass '70s is built around a nato body, which is quite resonant but relatively light, which you'll really appreciate after two or three hours onstage. When you take the stage with this axe, you'll appreciate the cool factor of this instrument's iconic look.
Why on earth would you change something as perfect as the split single-coil P Bass pickup? You wouldn't, of course. So Squier stuck with a winner that delivers classic P Bass punch and quiet operation, both onstage and in the studio. A master volume and master tone control lets you shape your bass tone to perfection.
Leo Fender wasn't a guitar player, so he didn't really know that guitars weren't "supposed" to have maple necks. Eventually, the blond maple neck and fretboard became a Fender trademark. The Classic Vibe P Bass '70s has a nicely balanced maple neck with a "C" profile that makes it really easy to get around on.