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The Fender Select series guitars and basses are true players’ instruments that put more than six decades of Fender experience and expertise on outstandingly appointed display and bring a wealth of high-end features and elegant design options to discerning musicians everywhere. With choice tone woods, figured tops, strikingly beautiful finishes, figured and quartersawn maple necks with compound- radius fretboards, specially voiced Fender Select pickups that deliver masterful tone, and other first-rate features, the U.S.-made Select Series puts Fender’s top-line best in capable hands—yours.
The Select Jazz Bass elevates Fender's sonically versatile bass to the height of alluringly refined elegance and power, with a striking Amber Burst gloss-lacquer finish and flame maple top. Its modern “C” shaped quartersawn maple neck has Posiflex graphite support rods, a satin lacquer finish and rear-headstock “Fender Select” medallion. The smooth-playing compound radius rosewood fretboard (9.5”-14”) has 20 medium jumbo frets and stylish white pearloid position inlays. Two brand-new dual single-coil Fender Select Jazz Bass pickups pump warm and full low end, snarling midrange and ringing highs.
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Select Jazz Bass Guitar
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Comments about Fender Select Jazz Bass Guitar:
I've used this Bass everywhere I play, from small gigs (i.e. coffee shop), Churches big and small, a Colosseum, recording, and just jammin around with friends. The controls are incredibly easy to use, and it is so easy to get a great tone out of this bass. The neck/fretboard is what really makes this bass stand out to me. The C cut neck and the Compound radius fretboard make the instrument incredibly easy to navigate. The only real downside is the price, however in my opinion the bass is completely worth the asking price.