U.S.A.-MADE TURNTABLE FEATURES ICONIC SUNBURST FINISH, SOUNDS INCREDIBLE, AND IS LIMITED TO JUST 1,000 NUMBERED UNITS
The Fender x MoFi PrecisionDeck, is a high-performance turntable in every way, with gorgeous looks that resonate with decades of music history. With a shape designed by Principal Master Builder Yuriy Shishkov of the Fender Custom Shop (FCS), the PrecisionDeck utilizes the same wood, swamp ash, as the famed Fender Precision Bass® guitar. The blanks of swamp ash are sourced, milled, and finished in the iconic three-color sunburst by Fender USA. The components are designed and built by MoFi, and the deck is assembled, featuring technology from the award-winning UltraDeck, with testing and setup by MoFi at the company’s factory in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The turntable table is virtually ready to play straight out of the box with its pre-mounted MoFi MasterTracker pickup. Each limited-edition unit is individually numbered, badged, and certain to become a collector’s item.
The journey of the PrecisionDeck has been an authentic collaboration between two respected brands within the industry. MoFi is renowned for remastering some of the greatest records of all time, and collaborating on a turntable with the Fender brand, whose instruments are widely featured on those albums, was a natural fit.
True to its name, PrecisionDeck arrives meticulously built, with every part and function having gone through extensive testing to ensure optimal performance. Equipped with its own equivalent of a guitar pickup — in the form of Mobile Fidelity Electronics’ acclaimed MasterTracker cartridge — for easy setup and operation, the 25.5-pound PrecisionDeck features a heavy 1.3-inch Delrin platter that delivers deep-black backgrounds and a fantastically low noise floor. A 300RPM isolated AC synchronous motor, 10-inch straight aluminum gimbaled bearing Ultra tonearm with Cardas Audio wiring, hardened-steel inverted bearing system, anti-vibration feet, and a dust cover further complete a gorgeous, U.S.A.-made turntable devoted to preserving the authentic sound found in the grooves of vinyl LPs while allowing listeners simple fine-tuning options.