Review: Fender Fullerton Precision Bass Uke 

Fender packs a lot of tone into a small package with their latest bass creation

Review: Fender Fullerton Precision Bass Uke 

Fender packs a lot of tone into a small package with their latest bass creation

Over the past fifteen years, ukulele basses have proven that they’re not simply a novelty and that they hold a legitimate place in the world of low end. Compact in size and extremely fun to play, the appeal of uke basses is obvious, even at a glance. Of course, the first question bassists have is: Does the sound of a uke bass hold up to that of a traditional bass? With the revisions and improvements made in their evolution since 2007, the answer is, Yes. So it’s only natural that Fender, the biggest builder of electric basses in the world, has joined in on the action with the introduction of the Fullerton Precision Uke Bass. Unlike earlier versions of uke basses, Fender has retained the iconic look of their Precision headstocks, bodies, pickguards, and fretboards, while offering two finish options: classic Olympic White and Tri-Tone Sunburst. Boasting a 20.25” scale and an 18-fret, “C” shape maple neck with walnut fretboard, the instrument's compact proportions maintain th
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Jon D'Auria   By: Jon D'Auria