FENDER BASS VI Pawn Shop Candy Apple Red Nice! Baritone Guitar Matched Head 4093
Fender Bass VI, kinda rare and very different guitar. Tuned an octave lower for epic bottom end.
This is a 2013 Fender Bass VI Pawn Shop in Candy Apple Red, made in Mexico. Beautiful red body with matching headstock. These were made for a limited time and are modeled after a guitar Fender made in the 60s. It has an offset body slightly similar to a Jaguar. It has six strings tuned an octave lower than a standard guitar, thus all your standard guitar chord shapes work just fine. Has a floating tremolo, 30" scale, and C-shaped maple neck. The Bass VI also has the distinction of being the guitar owned by Nigel Tufnel in This Is Spinal Tap, which he keeps in perfect condition by not letting anyone touch, look at, or even talk about. Cosmetically, the bass is in nice condition. From the front it looks pristine. There are a few mild playing marks on the back (see pics). Weight is 9 pounds, 6 ounces. No case or tremolo bar included.
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The Pawn Shop Bass VI marks the revamped return of a historic Fender instrument, the seldom-seen Fender Bass Guitar (also known as the Bass VI) of 1961-1975. This updated version of the baritone classic features the traditional short scale (30") and is armed with Special Design Hot Jaguar single-coil neck and middle pickups and a powerful JZHB humbucking bridge pickup.
Other features include a "C"-shaped maple neck with 9.5"-radius rosewood fingerboard and 21 medium jumbo frets, five-way pickup switching, four-ply tortoiseshell pickguard (Three-color Sunburst and Black models) and three-ply parchment pickguard (Candy Apple Red model), two Jazz Bass control knobs (volume, tone), vintage-style adjustable six-saddle bridge with "floating" tremolo tailpiece, and vintage-style tuners.
What You get:
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-- 30-day return policy.
-- Ship within 1 business day--pro packing.