Potencia tu sonido con el poder de las humbucker. La nueva e innovadora serie de guitarras Blacktop™ de Fender expande el horizonte sonoro de las Fender clásicas con pastillas humbucker de alta ganancia. El magnífico poder y rendimiento de la serie Blacktop se instala en el mundo de los bajos con una versión de la pastilla humbucker doble del bajo Precision Bass®.
Con líneas elegantes y potente, el Blacktop Precision Bass tiene dos pastillas humbucker devastadoras Blacktop Bass que le convierten en uno de los bajos más poderosos, si no el más poderoso, que Fender construyó jamás. Otros detalles característicos: tres botones de control Jazz Bass (volumen para cada pastilla y tono maestro) y un puente Blacktop™ HiMass. Tiene cuerpo de aliso, mástil de arce con forma de "C" y acabado en uretano brillante, diapasón de palo rosa con radio de 9,5" y 20 trastes medium jumbo, golpeador de tres capas negro-blanco-negro, clavijeros abiertos y herrajes en cromo. Disponible en Black y el nuevo White Chrome Pearl.
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I have played my Blacktop (Black) for about 3 months now.
In hindsight, it is just a great every day bass - good (but not amazing) tone ranges, solid (but not the most solid), easy to play. Looks good - my mother commented that it looked like a racing car :-)
The issue with it, is that it is not the most solid bass in town - I have a P-Bass American Deluxe and you can feel the difference. Having said this, I haven't had any issues with with my Blacktop - I have gigged with it and play it most days; a very comfortable bass.
If you have a top of the range bass that you don't want to wear out, definitely consider one of these P-Bass Blacktops.
edelstone owns this item
When you thought you had all the "basses" covered this fender bass comes along. First of all the finish (black on black) is perfect well finished could not find a flaw and i was looking hard. The neck is fantastic fret and nut work second to none. "c" shaped neck 9.5 radius very nice. The pickups are true monsters they deliver a deep and varied sound you can dial anything rock, metal, jazz blues, it is truly amazing. I have an american fender p deluxe, and american fender jazz and this blacktop is over the top. The tone is very effective the spectrum of sound is very wide from the capacitor. All the hardware is top, the bass feels like it costs more than what they are selling for. Don't let this bass get away it is fabulous leo would have been proud.
bassblast owns this item
I saw and heard this Bass last year around Christmas time. I knew then that I had to have one. My opinion is that this is the most powerful P-Bass EVER!!! I have owned a P-Bass since I was 17. I got my '73 back in 1976 and I still have it. If you play metal this BlackTop will give you all the power you need to destroy all the local clubs in your area. Well worth the $700 plus tax. I named my BlackTop " The Wrecking Ball". This Bass drops low notes equal to small nuclear weapons!!! I own 7 Bass Guitars and thought I had all my bases covered until I heard this Bass. Stop what ever you are doing and go to your guitar shop and get one. You will not be disappointed.
JarHead2841 owns this item
Very comfortable and very playable. I absolutely love the variety of tones that you can get from the two humbuckers. I wish it came in a greater variety of colors.
SFATeleLover owns this item
I went into the Fender dealer thinking I may buy a Jazz Bass. At the time, I already owned two precision's. However, this one caught my eye stright away. It was about $900AUD at the time. Two humbucker jazz pickups in a precision bass body was an excellent blend of what I had and what I was looking for. It combined the best features of what I was really after - a bass that felt and played like the other precision basses I owned, but also the unmistakable jazz bass tone. But after playing a couple of jazz basses, this one stood out with a life of it's own as well. The extra power the humbucking pickups give is really noticable. Fantastic playability, value for money and good tone. The only adjustment I made was to lightly sand down the back of the neck, to get rid of the factory lacquer finish.
PeteDiggins owns this item
Played the Fender Blacktop Precision bass today at my local Fender dealer and I was VERY impressed! Upon picking up the instrument (decked out in Chrome Pearl White) I was immediately struck by how SOLID this bass felt! It did not feel like a Mexican made instrument. I felt like I was picking up one of my vintage/American made Fenders. Good weight (not too heavy, not too light), solid, smooth neck (although I would prefer a little less gloss on the back of the neck. Guess I'll have to wear that off myself by playing it!), solid feeling volume and tone knobs, nicely dressed frets and a big old bridge that says "Hey, I'm one solid mutha-F-ing bass!" Plugging into an SVT stack, the bass immediately impressed with its girth, bottom and clarity. Perfect combo of boom and grit! Found myself playing it for longer than I usually try a bass in a store because it was so easy to play! Notes played even and clear with no obvious dead spots at all. From the very lowest notes to the highest frets, the notes just leapt out of the dual pickups. After playing it for quite a while I finally looked at the price tag that was hanging on the neck and was floored to see a price of just under $500!!!! Thought it had to be mislabeled! Couldn't believe the quality and tone for the money! Nice addition to the Fender line and a bass that will soon be coming home to meet my other Fenders!
|Model Name:||Blacktop™ Precision Bass®, Rosewood Fingerboard, Black|
|Body Shape:||Precision Bass®|
|Neck Finish:||Gloss Urethane|
|Neck Shape:||Forma "C" moderna|
|Scale Length:||34" (863.6 mm)|
|Fingerboard Radius:||Radio 9.5" (241 mm)|
|Number of Frets:||20|
|Fret Size:||Médium Jumbo|
|String Nut:||Hueso sintético de cejuela|
|Nut Width:||1.625" (41.3 mm)|
|Position Inlays:||Incrustaciones de posición de punto blanco|
|Truss Rod Nut:||Llave Ajustable 3/16"|
|Neck Plate:||Estándar de 4 tornillos|
|Bridge Pickup:||Blacktop™ Humbucking Bass|
|Neck Pickup:||Blacktop™ Bass Humbucking|
|Controls:||Volumen 1. (Pastilla central), Volumen 2. (Pastilla del puente), Tono Master|
|Bridge:||4-Saddle Blacktop Adjustable HiMass|
|Tuning Machines:||Clavijeros estándar abiertos|
|Control Knobs:||Vintage Style Black Plastic Jazz Bass®|
|Strings:||Super 7250M, NPS (Calibres .045-.105)|
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