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Fender Left-Handed Standard Jazz Bass
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The left-handed Fender Standard series Jazz Bass guitar delivers the sounds, looks, and feel today's bass players demand. It features that classic Ja...Click To Read More About This Product
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An updated Jazz Bass for the lefties.
The left-handed Fender Standard series Jazz Bass guitar delivers the sounds, looks, and feel today's bass players demand. It features that classic Jazz Bass old-school design, and each one boasts contemporary features and refinements that make it an excellent value. Featuring an alder body, 2 redesigned Standard Jazz Bass single-coil pickups, and updated vintage-style knobs, this classic bass lives up to its Fender legacy.
- Series: Standard Series
- Body: Alder
- Neck: Maple, Modern "C" Shape, Tinted Satin Urethane Finish
- Fingerboard: Rosewood, 9-1/2" Radius (241mm)
- No. of Frets: 20 Medium Jumbo Frets
- Pickups: 2 Standard Jazz Bass Single-Coil Pickups
- Controls: Volume 1 (Neck), Volume 2 (Bridge), Master Tone
- Bridge: Standard Vintage Style with Single Groove Saddles
- Machine Heads: Standard
- Hardware: Chrome
- Pickguard: 3-Ply Parchment
- Scale Length: 34" (864mm)
- Width at Nut: 1-1/2" (38mm)
- Unique Features: Redesigned Pickups, Vintage-Style Jazz Bass Control Knobs,
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- Strings: Fender Super Bass 7250ML, NPS
- Gauges: .045, .065, .080, .100
- Accessories: Standard Gig Bag
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Comments about Fender Left-Handed Standard Jazz Bass:
First, an explanation of my ratings:FEATURES: The Jazz bass is not exactly feature-rich, but it does have two pickups, and the vol/vol/tone controls are what you need but nothing you don't- a pick-up selector switch might seem nice, but with two vol. controls, the switch is not needed. A stacked tone control would be nice; it's absence brought this rating down a full point.QUALITY: Fender is known for quality instruments, and the MIM instruments are almost as good as the USA ones.VALUE: Mexico Fenders are perhaps the best value in Fender's line, but one is paying for the name to a point, so that mitigates the value somewhat. Still, I play a MIM Jazz bass, so I must think they have SOME value... :)OVERALL: Simply an average of the three other ratings.