FENDER DIMENSION BASS IV (Mexican, 2004-2007)

  • Fender Dimension IV Bass (2004-2007)

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2004 to 2007

Fender bass introduced the Dimension IV Bass (and its five-string version the Dimension V) in 2004. The two Dimension models were designed as a more contemporary alternative to the iconic Precision and Jazz. The Dimension basses were player’s instruments in the $1,000 range, and while they certainly weren’t the first Fender basses to have two-octave necks, active circuitry, no pickguard and tuners on both sides of the headstock, they were unusual among Fender basses of any era in that they had tilt-back headstocks.  The Dimension IV and V were solidly built, smooth-feeling, good sounding instruments but they never really caught on and after three years, they were discontinued in 2007.

This was a completely different instrument to the Fender American Deluxe Dimension IV - which is made in the USA and has a pickguard.

Specifications (14)

Body

Body materialalder body
Body shape featuresdouble cutaway

Controls

Controls materialblack controls

Fretboard

Fingerboard materialpau ferro fingerboard
Fingerboard position markersdot fingerboard position markers

Hardware

Hardware colorchrome hardware

General

Made inMexico
Number of strings4 strings

Neck

Neck materialmaple neck
Number of frets24 fret
Peghead (headstock)black face headstock
Tuner layouttwo-each-side

Electronics

Pickups brand and modelFender Noiseless pickup(s)
Pickups configurationprecision style/jazz bass style pickups

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