Fender Mike Dirnt Roadworn Precision Bass White Blonde Maple Fingerboard

(White BlondeMaple Fingerboard)  Sku #J04435000002001

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A '50s throwback Precision Bass designed to the specs of pop-punk's most well-known bassist.

Fender and hard-hitting Green Day bassist Mike Dirnt join forces once again to bring you the Mike Dirnt Road Worn Precision Bass. With original-era 1951 Precision styling, its ash body wears a 3-color sunburst or White Blonde lacquer finish worn to perfection to simulate years of hard-played onstage glory.

Other distinctive features include a comfortable forearm contour, a volcanic custom vintage-style '59 split single-coil pickup, side-mounted output jack and custom Mike Dirnt neck plate. The maple neck has a thick "C"-shaped profile and a classic '51-style Telecaster headstock shape, with a 9.5"-radius maple or rosewood fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets and black (maple board) or aged white (rosewood board) dot position inlays. The bass also has a single-ply black pickguard, two knurled chrome flat-top control knobs (volume, tone) and special '70s vintage-style tuners.

FEATURES
Ash body
Road Worn nitrocellulose lacquer body finish
Maple neck
Road Worn urethane neck finish
Thick "C" shape neck
Maple fretboard
20 Medium jumbo frets
Synthetic bone string nut
Black or white dot position inlays
Custom Vintage '59 split single-coil middle pickup
Volume and Tone controls
Leo Quan Badass II bridge with grooved saddles
Chrome hardware finish
Fender '70s vintage-style stamped open-gear tuning machines
1-Ply black pickguard

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Mike Dirnt Roadworn Precision Bass Specifications:

Scale Length: 34" (864 mm)
Fingerboard Radius: 9.5" (241 mm)
Nut Width: 1.59" (40.4 mm)

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