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Fender Player Precision Bass - Sea Foam Green
Fender '68 Custom Vibro Champ Reverb, 120V
Fender Tone Master Deluxe Reverb 100W 1x12" Amplifier
Fender Hammertone Space Delay Pedal
Fender '57 Tweed Mini Twin
Fender Player Series Stratocaster
Fender Super Bullets L (9-42) Strings
Fender Super Bullets (11-49) Strings
Fender Spaghetti Logo Black T-Shirt - Small
Fender Spaghetti Logo Tie-Dye T-Shirt Mustard - M
Fender Spaghetti Logo T-Shirt Shell Pink - L
Fender Strap Blocks - 4-Pack
Fender Pro 10' Glow in the Dark Instrument Cable - Green
Fender Pro 10' Glow in the Dark Instrument Cable - Orange
Fender Original Series 15' Instrument Cable - Surf Green
Fender Pro 18.6' Glow in the Dark Instrument Cable - Green
Fender Hammertone Reverb Pedal
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Synonymous with all things rock 'n' roll

Today, FMIC brands include Fender®, Squier®, Gretsch®, Jackson®, Charvel® and EVH® among others.

With an illustrious history dating back to 1946, Fender has touched and transformed music worldwide and in nearly every genre: rock ‘n’ roll, country and western, jazz, rhythm and blues and many others.

Everyone from beginners and hobbyists to the world’s most acclaimed artists and performers have used Fender instruments and amps, in the process making the company not only a revered music industry name, but also a cultural icon.

It is our vision to continue championing THE SPIRIT OF ROCK-N-ROLL® throughout the world and our mission to exceed the expectations of music enthusiasts worldwide.

Transforming Music One Guitar at a Time

Leo Fender wanted to craft an instrument that was as functional as it was easy to use. It was a primitive-looking object that was tough as nails, its powerful name inspired by another groundbreaking invention: the television. And with its revolutionary electrified tone, it would change the way music was made—forever. When someone asks, “Why Fender electrics?” the answer is clear. Fender guitars were designed to be louder, and exciting tones they produced are still engrained into our cultural DNA.

The First Word in Electric Bass

In 1951, we wanted to liberate musicians from the confines of the upright bass. And we did it by introducing a brand-new instrument with a bold, new sound. That instrument was the Precision Bass®, a name that would not only become synonymous with rock ‘n’ roll, but also shape its very being. As time went on, we created new instruments to cater to a new, evolving type of musician: the electric bassist. Each one was and still is a driving force behind the greatest moment in music—of every era, of every genre. Period.