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Fender '75 Jazz Bass  

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The Fender Vintage Series '75 Jazz Bass revisits a high point in the evolution of this Fender Bass legend. Contrasting bound fingerboards and block i...Read More

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An American Vintage Series classic J.

The Fender Vintage Series '75 Jazz Bass revisits a high point in the evolution of this Fender Bass legend. Contrasting bound fingerboards and block inlays are standout features of this '70s classic. The rosewood fingerboard version features white binding, pearloid block inlays and white/black/white pickguard. The maple version features black fingerboard binding, black block inlays and black/white/black pickguard. Other features include a solid ash body, bullet 3/4 truss rod and 3-bolt Micro-Tilt™ neck adjustment. Includes hard shell case.

FEATURES
  • Model Name: American Vintage 75 Jazz Bass®
  • Series: American Vintage Series
  • Color: Natural, Urethane Finish
  • Body: Ash
  • Neck: Maple, 70s "C" Shape, (Gloss Urethane Finish)
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood (White Binding with Pearloid Block Inlay and White/Black/White PG, or
  • Maple (Black Binding with Black Block Inlays and Black/White/Black PG
  • 7.25" Radius (184 mm)
  • No. of Frets: 20 Vintage Style Frets
  • Pickups: 2 - '75 Vintage Jazz Bass Single-Coil Pickups
  • Controls: Volume/Volume/Master Tone
  • Pickup Switching: None
  • Bridge: American Vintage '70s Precision®/Jazz® Bass with Single Groove Saddles
  • Machine Heads: Vintage '70s "Fender" Stamped Open Gear Tuning Machines
  • Hardware: Nickel/Chrome
  • Pickguard: 3-Ply White (Rosewood Fingerboard),
  • 3-Ply Black (Maple Fingerboard)
  • Scale Length: 34" (863.6 mm)
  • Width at Nut: 1.50" (38 mm)
  • Unique Features: "Bullet" Truss Rod Adjustment,
  • 3-Bolt Neck Plate with Micro-Tilt™ Adjustment,
  • Synthetic Bone Nut
  • Accessories:

Order today and play the bass that funkified American music.

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5.0

Excellent

By aal_ric

from Leesburg, Va

I bought this guitar a little over a year ago. It is one of the most amazing basses I have ever played. The action is fantastic and it has one of the most fantastic funk/rock tones I have ever heard. You can even get uprightish tones with the bridge volume and tone cut back. And the looks are amazing. They are just eye catching - buy this bass...

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5.0

Hard to beat...

By Dreadnought-2KEHp

from New York City

I've played in rock bands in Europe and now here in New York. Since the last 15 Years of play i've played all kinds of Basses that had the funkiest looks and setups. I always played Basses that would set me apart from other Bassists to be unique and have a different look on Stage. I've played Schecter Baron Basses which look like Telecaster guitars, a Ibanez 5 String Neck Through mahagony Bass and a really smooth Studio Bass from Spector. All these instruments can?t even come close to this Fender Vintage Jazz Bass. It has a spectacular finish on the neck that feels almost like the neck would be soft! Same on the entire Body. The fretwork is perfectly made and binded in black. The spaces between the frets are also finished. The hole instrument has a very very smooth and special feel to it like no other bass that I?ve held in my hands. The sound is the original vintage Fender sound. You can?t turn the knobs in a way to change the sound in any direction. This Bass is a one trick pony. It plays its world famous sound that you heard on thousands of studio recordings. It surprised me when I played it in a cheap rehearsal space through a creepy GK Top and still sounded sharp and crispy... To all people that try to play instruments that nobody has just to escape the mainstream "typical guy with a boring fender bass" look. Just go to your store and spend some time with this babe and you WILL trade in one of your 2nd class basses. Its expensive but you?ll find yourself playing much more often than before because it is pure joy! I came late to work already several times because i couldn?t let it out of my hands after jamming in the morning :)

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