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We hardly need to go into detail about the reasons to own a Fender. Their reputation for world-class instruments is well-known among musicians. Owning a Fender is like a badge of honor in the musical world, and that's not limited to their 7-string guitars. Fender fretless electric bass guitars are crafted with the same expertise and care, which makes this a great first (and likely last!) stop on your search for a new bass. Whether your reason for going fretless is sultry smooth slides, subtle and versatile tone or just to change things up, you've come to the right section. Are you looking for affordable yet timeless style? If so, the Fender Standard Fretless Jazz Bass Guitar is worth checking out. This bass may have been introduced back in 1960, but it's still widely-loved for its rich tone and its ability to sound great across many musical genres. It still retains its classic appeal, such as its headstock logo and vintage-style bridge, but it's also full of modern details to enhance the sound, like its contemporary single-coil pickups. For a really special and eye-catching instrument, take a look at the Fender Jaco Pastorius Relic Jazz Bass. It's a near-identical recreation of the infamous Bass of Doom played by the virtuoso, including the road-worn-looking paint job and screw holes. Plus, it's well-equipped to deliver Jaco's timeless tone with the help of its select alder body and tone controls topped by replacement P Bass knobs. When it comes to fretless electric basses – as with other varieties – there's simply no instrument quite like a Fender. They've been doing it right for decades and, during that time, their basses have inspired some of the best-respected fretless players on the planet. The quality craftsmanship, top-shelf components and mellow tone will have you convinced from the very first notes that your new Fender fretless electric bass is the one.
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