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Peavey announced the latest addition to their family of bass guitars: the Grind Bass BXP with a unique sculpted neck and heel joint on the body for maximum comfort and feel. It also has an offset deep-double cutaway for easy access and playability in the upper register. The four-string model is the Grind Bass 4. The five-string model is the Grind Bass 5.

In fact, the BXP version is designed in the United States but manufactured in Korea, making it the most affordable option in the series. Still, the Grind Bass BXP maintains the durability, reliability and quality that you have come to expect from Peavey products.

Both basses feature a tilt-back headstock with straight string pull, a hard-rock maple neck with a 24-fret Pau Ferro fingerboard and a 34-inch scale. The neck also features a two-way dual expandable truss rod for accurate and easy adjustments.

The Grind Bass 4 has one P-style and one J-style hum-canceling passive pickups and 12-inch fretboard radius. The Grind Bass 5 has two J-style hum canceling passive pickups and 15-inch fretboard radius. Both have on-board, passive or active, three-band EQ with push/push-active treble boost, master volume and blend controls. The 18-volt system uses two nine-volt batteries.

The body is made of lightweight, solid alder wood and both models are available in topaz blue, tangerine, pewter gray, gloss black and burgundy.

The Quadrajust bridge features individually adjustable saddles, a string-though design and solid-milled construction for accurate intonation and long sustain.

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