Discover Fender's newest Pawn Shop Series instrument and its first bass guitar, the Reverse Jaguar Electric Bass Guitar. With this sensational new instrument, the Pawn Shop Series once again draws ins... Read More
Discover Fender's newest Pawn Shop Series instrument and its first bass guitar, the Reverse Jaguar Electric Bass Guitar. With this sensational new instrument, the Pawn Shop Series once again draws inspiration from the eccentric and innovative Fender creations of the mid-'60s to mid-'70s era, which sometimes found their way to the outside world and into the more esoteric pages of Fender history.
With this adventurous spirit in mind, the Pawn Shop Series Reverse Jaguar Bass was crafted for thoroughly modern sound and quality and presents a creative alchemy of diverse Fender elements. That’s the Pawn Shop Reverse Jaguar Bass, which stands Fender's popular Jaguar bass design on its head with features including a “reverse” body and “reverse” headstock. Its brand new pickguard shape will catch the true Fender enthusiast’s eye (if the body shape and headstock didn't already). The two enormous Reverse Jaguar humbucking pickups and a streamlined control layout of a single three-way pickup toggle switch and two knobs (volume and tone) deliver high-powered tone shaping, taking you from a smooth rounded clean driving tone to a fuzzed-out, grungy punk onslaught. The bottom line is that you get the sought after Fender bass tone and feel with one of the most distinctive Fender bass guitars ever made.
Case sold separately.
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I got a killer deal on one of these at GC; I loved the look and really wanted to love the bass. I took it home thinking the concerns I had in-store would go away, but alas. The balance feels off (neck/head heavy), and the selector switch felt cheap and breakable. It sounds alright; a bit harsh for my ear and there wasn't much of a difference between the two of the pickup positions. At the end of the day when I held it, it felt light. Not a "wow, this feels great and surprisingly not-heavy for a bass!"-more of an "oh, this feels kind of cheap...dare I say plastic-y." It just didn't feel like a Fender quality bass, even at price I got (and definitely not for $800).
I don't own it, nor have I tried it. but Ive seen many reviews on video of it and heard from many bass players about it. I belive it is made in Japan, which is good, knowing that Japanese Fenders are up there in quality. Its sound is good from what I've listened to on videos. I would keep this bass as an option, when I try it I'll have to put another review up. The only reason I made it a 4 star is because I have yet to try it, and other people should look at it in consideration. It may not be around forever and when its gone you'll have yourself a rare bass guitar.
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