This stunning Ocean Turquoise Fender Player Precision Bass has had $125 slashed off its asking price

Fender Player Precision Bass
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Ask any musician what the ultimate bass guitar is, and there’s usually one answer: the Fender Precision Bass. The Player series is the most affordable entry point to the Fender name, and thanks to Guitar Center, it just got even cheaper, with $125 knocked off the price of this limited-edition Ocean Turquoise stunner.

Complementing the bass's lustrous finish is a four-ply tortoiseshell pickguard, while the maple fretboard offsets the look.

That neck is shaped to a Modern C profile, which should suit most bass players down to a tee, while the split-coil P-Bass pickups deliver a punchy, higher-output take on the bass sound that shaped a thousand records.

If you’re looking to get more serious about your bass playing, and you gotta have Fender on the headstock, this is just about the best time to invest.

To snag this Precision Bass for just $599, head over to Guitar Center (opens in new tab) – and be sure to check our guide to the best Prime Day guitar deals for any other offers you may have missed.

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Not only can you not get this especially stunning example of a Precision Bass anywhere but Guitar Center, but it’s available with a tidy $125 knocked off the asking price. Classic P-Bass looks and playability should make this a shoo-in for your bass collection.

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Michael Astley-Brown

Mike is Editor-in-Chief of, in addition to being an offset fiend and recovering pedal addict. He has a master's degree in journalism, and has spent the past decade writing and editing for guitar publications including MusicRadar (opens in new tab), Total Guitar and Guitarist, as well as the best part of 20 years performing in bands of variable genre (and quality). In his free time, you'll find him making progressive instrumental rock under the nom de plume Maebe (opens in new tab).