Alt-metal juggernaut Mastodon has always been anchored by the dexterous fast-and-heavy bass work of Troy Sanders. Now, Squier 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, Squier and Sanders bring you the distinctive look and leviathan sound of the Troy Sanders Jaguar Bass. With its elemental Silverburst finish, versatile pickup combination and seismic active bass boost circuit, it's a ferocious Jaguar Bass model loaded with monster sound, style and value.
Features include a basswood body, maple neck with "modern C" shape, 9.5"-radius rosewood fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets and pearloid block inlays, black headstock with Mastodon Remission logo on the front and Sanders' signature on the back, vintage-style Precision Bass middle pickup and standard single-coil Jazz Bass bridge pickup, four black plastic control knobs (volume for each pickup, master tone and active bass boost circuit), three-ply black pickguard, four saddle bridge and open-gear tuners.
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Comments about Squier Troy Sanders Signature Jaguar Bass:
The bass plays very nicely, but required some set-up straight out of the box (as do most guitars). The silverburst finish is quality and the Remission symbol on the headstock is awesome (huge Mastodon fan). This bass is the first Fender-Squire that I've owned. I had previously heard rumors that Squires are sometimes hit-or-miss or just straight awful, but I can proudly debunk those rumors here: this bass is built solidly and sounds up to par with other more expensive basses. What really attracted me to this bass was the price. When Troy Sanders says he wants all players to be able to afford a great bass at a "human" price, this is exactly what he's talking about. However, don't be confused by the description here. The description is actually for the Fender version. This bass does not have the horn wheels/switches. It just has pickups volumes, active bass boost nob, and a master tone knob.