#1
anyone have any experience with the Fender Dimension IV? i was looking into it, and i had a few questions...

1. is this an american made fender?
2. would this be a good bass for me if i play mainly rock, funk, jazz and some slap?

do u have any other recomendations for me in the same price range if u do not think this would be a good bass for me? thanks in advance
#2
1: Probally not
2: Yes, fender basses cam play anything, and are great for stuff like funk and jazz.
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#3
Quote by FLrhcpEA
anyone have any experience with the Fender Dimension IV? i was looking into it, and i had a few questions...

1. is this an american made fender?
2. would this be a good bass for me if i play mainly rock, funk, jazz and some slap?

do u have any other recomendations for me in the same price range if u do not think this would be a good bass for me? thanks in advance

i dont know bout price, but you just cant go wrong with a good ol' american jazz bass. highway ones are even better
#4
It's a really nice looking bass. I wanted one for a while. I'd take it over the basic Jazz or Precision.
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#5
I almost got one for $500 CDN, but the seller pulled out cuz he decided he "didn't need to sell it"
#6
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i dont know bout price, but you just cant go wrong with a good ol' american jazz bass. highway ones are even better


Highway ones are just overpriced mexi's with nitro and the last screw put in america, and moderatly nicer electronics. American Jazz and P-bass basses are good, but IMO not worth the cash.
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#7
^That's just a rumor, they're american made and easily compete with them. You must hang around the guitar forum a lot. Plus the H1's were upgraded this year and corrected many of the faults between mexican and american fenders.
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^That's just a rumor, they're american made and easily compete with them. You must hang around the guitar forum a lot. Plus the H1's were upgraded this year and corrected many of the faults between mexican and american fenders.


I've only played the older ones, and they did feel very very very much like mexi's ,and sounded like them too. But I do want to try the new ones. The Badass bridges, upgraded electronics, and nitro fenish sound good.
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