Alt-metal juggernaut Mastodon has always been anchored by the dexterous fast-and-heavy bass work of Troy Sanders. Now, Fender and Sanders bring you the distinctive look and leviathan sound of the Troy... Read More
Alt-metal juggernaut Mastodon has always been anchored by the dexterous fast-and-heavy bass work of Troy Sanders. Now, Fender and Sanders bring you the distinctive look and leviathan sound of the Troy Sanders Jaguar Bass. With its darkly alluring Silverburst body and headstock finish, versatile pickup combination and non-standard dual-circuit electronics, it's a ferocious instrument loaded with monster sound, style and power.
Features include an alder body, maple neck with "modern C"-shaped profile and matching Silverburst headstock with Sanders' signature on the back, special Remission-logo neck plate, 9.5"-radius rosewood fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets and white pearloid block inlays, American Standard split single-coil Precision Bass middle pickup and custom Noiseless single-coil Jazz Bass bridge pickup, upper-horn active/passive switch with active bass and treble tone wheels, two black plastic control knobs (master volume and pickup pan), three-ply black pickguard, four saddle bridge, open-gear tuners and rear-mounted quick-release battery compartment.
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Comments about Fender Troy Sanders Jaguar Bass:
all in all, this is a great bass. the silverburst looks even cooler in real life. the pickup configuration gives it a well rounded sound, and, despite losing the control panel on the right, you can still get a bunch of great tones. the remission symbol on the neckplate is cool, considering im a mastodon fan. the active/passive switch is very useful to get different sounds as well, since passive basses have a different tone than active ones. so, yes i recommend this bass. the only downside is you dont get a gig bag with it, but thats not a big issue. definitely worth the price.
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