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Rachel Bolan used this Bass for Drop D songs such as "Youth Gone Wild" and "S... more
Rachel Bolan used this Bass for Drop D songs such as "Youth Gone Wild" and "Slave to the Grind"
Rachel Bolan's signature Bass more
Rachel Bolan's signature Bass
Rachel Bolan's main bass for live situations more
Rachel Bolan's main bass for live situations
The Precision Bass (often shortened to "P-Bass") is a bass guitar manufacture... more
The Precision Bass (often shortened to "P-Bass") is a bass guitar manufactured by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. In its stock configuration the Precision Bass is a solid body, four-stringed instrument equipped with a single split-coil humbucking pickup and a one-piece, 20 fret maple neck with rosewood or maple fingerboard.
Its prototype, designed by Leo Fender in 1950, was brought to market in 1951, the first electric bass to earn widespread attention and use, remaining among the best-selling and most-imitated electric basses with considerable effect on the sound of popular music ever since.
The Standard P-Bass is sanded, painted and assembled in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico along with the other Standard Series guitars. Fender also produces Precision and Precision/Jazz basses in its Squier line of products.
Rachel Bolan's main amplifier more
Rachel Bolan's main amplifier
Rachel Bolan uses two of this (one for each side of the stage) more
Rachel Bolan uses two of this (one for each side of the stage)
Used for overdriven tones such as the intro to "Damnation Army" more
Used for overdriven tones such as the intro to "Damnation Army"
Used at the bridge of "Thick is the Skin" more
Used at the bridge of "Thick is the Skin"
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