The Fender Standard Jazz Bass has the classic offset, contoured alder body with standard pickups and controls for definitive J Bass sound. The maple neck has a modern C profile, comfortable gloss fini... Read More
The Fender Standard Jazz Bass has the classic offset, contoured alder body with standard pickups and controls for definitive J Bass sound. The maple neck has a modern C profile, comfortable gloss finish, rosewood fretboard, and 20 medium jumbo frets. Chromeplated hardware.
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A neck pickup to provide the warmth, and a bridge pickup to provide the punch. Together, they formulate the jazz bass by fender. It's well-rounded, and capable to expand its tones it offers to bassists of all sorts. Needing girth? Roll up the neck pickup! Feeling a little punchy? You got the bridge pickup to help you with that. It's great for fingers and pick players. It's great for beginners, and respected by veterans. Pick up a jazz, and start things right. Pick up a jazz and shape things right. Cheers.
Bought the Fender Standard Jazz bass as a second bass. Found the bass to be well put together with perfect paint work. The pickups that came on the bass sounded good but I wanted a more vintage sound so replaced them . I also own a Fender American Standard which I like but I find myself playing this cheaper standard Jazz bass most of the time. The neck is thinner than the American Standard and feels more vintage and easier to approach. Electronics seem good.
This is an excellent choice for a working bassist. Great tonal versatility just from using the knobs. Smooth action out of the box. I put an aged pearl pickguard, and bridge/pickup covers on, and it looks like it cost 4 times as much what I paid for it. I wouldn't recommend it for recording, hence 4 stars, but it is an altogether good instrument.
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