Best Bass Fender Had Made in 60 Years!
By: Doctor Wholittle from Texas
What is your overall opinion of this product?
I was dubious when I saw the new "D" Bass, thinking it to be Fender's decades-late attempt to compete with Daddy Leo's children from his next two marriages, so to speak. Having played the Deluxe and American Deluxe models, I can safely say that Fender isn't merely competing with Music Man and G&L - they're playing to WIN. I've played both of the other basses over the years, and the Dimension bass is a standout in its own right. It offers as many, if not more, tonal varieties and is made better than any Fender I've played in decades. For the first time in way too long, a Fender bass is worth its MSRP.