Fender Releases The New Offset Mustang Bass PJ

By BP Staff ,


Since its original release in 1964, the Mustang Bass has been one of Fender’s most enduring bass designs, finding its way into the hands of bassists ranging from The Rolling Stones to My Chemical Romance. 

The updated version of the short-scale underground bass, adds the power of Fender’s venerable P Bass® and J Bass® pickups to the traditional Mustang Bass design for flexible, heavy bass tone. The Mustang Bass PJ features master volume and tone controls, along with a conventional three-way pickup switch. The 30” scale and “C”-shaped maple neck with a 9.5”-radius make playing more comfortable for smaller-statured players. This bass’ smaller body is also great for energetic stage performances with its weight-reduced design.


-30” scale length; “C”-shaped maple neck

-One P Bass split single-coil middle pickup, one J Bass® single-coil bridge pickup

-9.5”-radius rosewood fingerboard with 19 medium jumbo frets

-Four-saddle string-through-body bridge; four-bolt neck plate; vintage-style tuning machines

-Master Volume and Tone controls; three-way pickup switch 

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