You need a Pawn Shop Bass VI!Fender's Pawn Shop Bass VI is the company's latest take on the legendary Bass VI that was made from 1961 to 1975 and used by guitarists and bass players alike. In the early days of Cream, Jack Bruce used one. George Harrison can be seen with one in the Beatles' official "Hey Jude" video. Well, Fender has re-imagined the baritone icon with Special Design Hot Jaguar single-coil neck and middle pickups and a powerful JZHB humbucker. And instead of the on-off switches of yesteryear, you get a handy 5-way blade that gives you access to those Stratty in-between tones. If it's unique musical textures you're after, Fender's Pawn Shop Bass VI will do you right.
Fender Pawn Shop Bass VI Features at a Glance:
- Fender's Pawn Shop Series: Guitars that never were, but should have been!
- Comfortable, toneful contoured alder body; 30" scale length
- Fast maple neck with rosewood fingerboard and 21 medium-jumbo frets
- Special Design Hot Jaguar single-coil neck and middle pickups
- Beastly JZHB humbucking bridge pickup
- Vintage-style adjustable 6-saddle bridge with "floating" vibrato tailpiece
- Vintage-style tuning machines safeguard your fingers from sharp string ends
- Deluxe gig bag included
NOTE: This product is available in the United States only - no international sales.