The Jazz Bass continues to be the No.1 choice for players across all styles. Explore vintage and modern J Bass guitars for your personality.
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Fender literally wrote the book on electric basses, laying the foundation for musical innovation and evolution. Learn more about Fender electric basses.
Genuine U.S.-made Fender Jazz Bass guitar maple neck features a comfortable “modern C” profile and 9.5″-radius rosewood or maple fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets and rolled edges. Also includes pre-slotted synthetic bone nut and Posiflex graphite neck support rods.
Despite the many ways life has changed since 1960, the Fender Jazz Bass continues to be one of the most popular electric bass designs in the world.
To those who believe that a genuine Fender can only be made in the US, consider: the production of this model is shared between the USA and Mexico and shares a number of components sich as tuners, bridge, pots, with the US-built Vintage Reissue Jazz Bass.
The Fender Jazz Bass has been around since 1960, and remains the go to choice for many musicians even today. The simple fact is that no other electric bass gets close to the unique, sharp sound of a Fender Jazz Bass.
The Jazz Bass, a refinement of concepts first introduced in the Precision Bass, is the earliest example of this philosophy in action. Evolved for today’s musician, the American Professional Jazz Bass combines modern features and materials with Fender’s craftsmanship and expertise to produce a truly contemporary bass.
Nov 12, 2015 · I used a late 60’s Fender Precision, 1973 Fender Jazz bass-stock, both plugged into an A-Designs REDDI and then into my Apogee Duet. Both basses are strung up with DR Strings.
Oct 14, 2015 · (though I have indeed seen “keeper” Squiers) So in the end I had decided on a nice used USA Fender Jazz bass (ALWAYS TRY BEFORE YOU BUY A FENDER!) that wasn’t exactly cheap. But before I could buy it I wandered in to GC and Lo there on the wall was a MIM that seemed in absolutely unplayed condition. $300!