Save a Massive 20% on a Bass VI in Fender's Festive '12 Days of Deals' Online Sale

Fender Squier Classic Vibe Bass VI in Black and 3-Color Sunburst finishes
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Following on from day 7 of Fender's 12 Days of Deals (opens in new tab) event where you can save 30% on Fender acoustic guitars (opens in new tab), day 8 is a festive feast of bargains with 20% off Squier Classic Vibe guitars (opens in new tab).

Right now, you can save $100 on a Squier Classic Vibe Bass VI (opens in new tab) in either a Black (opens in new tab) or 3-Color Sunburst (opens in new tab) finish.

This unique instrument has seen a boost in popularity in recent months following the release of the Beatles documentary Get Back.

A secret studio weapon since its appearance in 1961, the Fender VI (opens in new tab) design offers something truly unique.

Pitched an octave lower than a standard electric guitar, it sits somewhere between a six-string and a regular bass in terms of sound and feel.

Fender Squier Classic Vibe Bass VI (opens in new tab)

Fender Squier Classic Vibe Bass VI: $499.99 (opens in new tab)

Fender Squier Classic Vibe Bass VI: $499.99 $399.99 (opens in new tab)
Featuring unique string gauges/tension, this cool offset axe balances punch, power, focus and definition for a sound that cuts through a band mix with depth and clarity. Appearing in Black and 3-Color Sunburst finishes, the Squier Classic Vibe Bass VI oozes retro style and is bound to appeal to the more adventurous music maker. Sports authentic Fender-designed single-coil Alnico pickups, nickel-plated hardware and a tinted clear finish for extra vintage vibe.

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