SIRE’S PREMIUM PJ BASS
The combination of the P+J in the P series got even more leveled up. Added with top-notch quality features, most especially the neck profile, over-all aesthetics, and the Marcus-signature hardware and electronics, the P10 is ready for an outstanding performance.
– The assymetrical C-shaped roasted maple neck of the P10 (that underwent the meticulous process of torrefaction) combines stability with a lightweight feel.
– The rolled fretboard edges enhance its playability.
– The P/J configuration allows the player to create both a distinct precision bass tone and a vintage sound.
Body Material: Alder + Solid Maple Top + Flamed Veneer
Top Material: Solid Flamed Maple
Body Shape: Sire P-Bass Style
Body Color: NT Natural
Neck Material: Roasted Flame Hard Maple
Fingerboard Material: Roasted Flame Maple / Rolled Fretboard Edges
Neck Finish: Satin
Neck Shape: Asymmetrical C-Shape
Neck Joint: Four Bolt Steel Square Plate
Fingerboard Radius: 9.5″
Frets: 2.4 Medium
Scale Length: 34″
Nut Width: 4 String – Bone Nut 38mm width
Inlay: Abalone Block
Pickups: Marcus Premium PJ Revolution Set
Preamp: Marcus Heritage-3 with Middle Frequency Control
Controls: Volume/Tone (Dual Pot), Pickup Blender, Treble, Middle / Mid Frequency (Dual Pot), Bass, Mini Toggle (Active&Passive)
Knobs: Modern Black Aluminum
Bridge: Marcus Miller Modern – S
Tuning Gear: Premium Open-Gear
Hardware Finish: Chrome
Pickguard: Transparent Pickguard
MARCUS HERITAGE-3 Preamp [CORE TECHNOLOGY FOR EXCELLENT SOUND]
SIRE’s unique preamp system is a perfect example that represents our technology and philosophy that is integrated into our instruments.With multiple tone controls, players have total command to achieve the perfect tone they desire. The use of 18v batteries enables the player to attain unaltered natural sounds with strong and powerful outputs. With the 3-band EQ, players are able to carry out versatility in sounds that will be suited for all music sessions and performances. All models are built with the option of both active and passive modes. Even in the passive mode, the volume, tone, and pickup balancer are fully functional, giving the players more control of the tone in any mode.
All models also come with swappable midrange control options that Marcus Miller advocates as a must-have option. The middle frequency control knob allows the players to set the sound frequency to anywhere between 80Hz~2,000Hz. This option will be convenient when trying to find the desired sound.