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Overview

  • Body: Indian Cedro
  • Body Style: Concert Bass
  • Neck Type: Bolt-On Rock Maple
Description & Specs
  • MSRP:
    $533.32
  • Your Savings:
    - $133.33
  • Your Price:
    $39999

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Elegant looking yet capable of brutal grooves.

The C20 Concert Bass Guitar from Jackson features a contoured Indian cedro body and a flamed maple veneer with trans finishes. It has bolt-on maple neck with Indian rosewood fingerboard, Jackson JB100J bridge and JN100P neck pickups, a fixed bridge, and chrome hardware.

Features

  • Body: Indian Cedro
  • Body Style: Concert Bass
  • Neck Type: Bolt-On Rock Maple
  • Neck Dimensions: 1st Fret: .810", 12th Fret: .918"
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Fingerboard Radius: 14" to 21" Compound Radius / 355.6mm to 533.4mm
  • Scale Length: 34" / 864mm
  • Number of Frets: 24
  • Fret Size: Jumbo Frets
  • Nut Width: 1.75 / 44.5
  • Inlays: MOTO Dot Position Inlays
  • Bridge Pickup: Jackson JB100J
  • Middle Pickup: Jackson JN100P
  • Controls: Volume 1. (Neck Pickup), Volume 2. (Bridge Pickup), Master Tone
  • Case: Deluxe Jackson Gig Bag
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Bridge: RBB10 Adjustable 4-Saddle
  • Tuners: Die-Cast Mini Tuners
  • Strings: NPS, Gauges: .045, .065, .085, .100

Lay down the groove with Jackson's C20 Concert bass. Order today.

 
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JacksonC20 Concert Bass
 
4.4

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Great Workhorse for Metal!

By Michael Ward

from Bloomington, MN

Comments about Jackson C20 Concert Bass:

I love these Jackson C20 basses. I love them so much I have two of them (a black one and a red one). Before I had these I was really liking my Jackson Chris Beattie (of Hatebreed) signature bass. I wanted a couple Jackson C20's as backups in different colors and I really liked the body shape. It balances well, solid construction, they're lightweight but still resonate well like my alder bodied Chris Beattie signature model. I actually like the C20's better than the CB Sig model. The stock passive pickups are so powerful, they're the best passive stock pickups I've ever heard on any stock bass. It even blows away the passives on my old warwick corvette 5-string I had. If I had one bass to choose from to run into battle at armageddon...I'd take a stock Jackson C20 any day!

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4.0

Not bad...But not good

By Billy Church

from Maine.

Comments about Jackson C20 Concert Bass:

Overall this bass is pretty good there are a few flaws but other then that it will do the job. If you can get this thing for a great deal, do it.
The knobs are simple easy to use, Master tone, Master Volume, and a pick up blender. I don,t like them I like two volume knobs and a three band EQ. The Frets wear down kind of fast Iv only had this bass like 8 months and there already grinding down.The Pick ups are pretty nasty they have a good out put and are vary aggressive in my opinion especially with the Ernie Ball strings. The headstock is nice. The tuners are up there a ways so you get more string tension unlike Fender type headstocks with the E string tuner rite next to the nut. I would like to see this bass in a 35 scale 5 string model and a trus rod or 2. Then this would be worth the price.
As for quality it could be way better the neck is trash it warps like crazy. Iv read some other reviews saying the same thing. But other then that its not too bad.The Frets wear down kind of fast Iv only had this bass like 8 months and there already grinding down.Also the E string is a bit muddy. This is most likely because Im playing it threw a solid state guitar amp I got for some money and a old video game.
I defiantly wouldn't pay full price for it I can tell you that. Although I did. I was young and dint know anything about bass or guitar so I think I got a bad deal. But I would pay something more around half.

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4.0

A beautiful instrument, good sound

By sendintheclowns

from Alabama

Comments about Jackson C20 Concert Bass:

I have the rare tobacco sunburst finish and it is a beauty! Very high quality finish and feel. The sound is also very good, and the stock pickups are fine, although I eventually replaced them with DiMarzios, which have higher output and maybe a touch punchier sound. The P+J configuration is quite versatile, although I find I use mainly the P. The pots were pretty scratchy on the one I got and the middle button, which controls the balance between the P and the J does not work well and I could never get a smooth transition between them. Only the extreme ends and the middle position work reasonably well. It was also not too easy to set the action to avoid buzzing and I ended up setting the strings pretty high, so it's not that easy to play. The bass tech at the local shop could not get it any better. All in all, however, I think this is a nice bass, good sounds and great finish for the price.

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5.0

suprizing

By Floyd-3eCsz

from Bradenton, FL

Comments about Jackson C20 Concert Bass:

I bought this guitar and was really suprized how versatile it was. It has a pretty fast neck and is well worth the money. I only paid 99 dollars for it but I would pay350 for one easily. Good buy!

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4.0

My First Bass

By MLundell

from Lancaster, Ohio

Comments about Jackson C20 Concert Bass:

I got this bass when I was 11 at a pawn shop then sold it when I was 14, looking back it is a pretty decent bass, the action is pretty versatile if you like using a pick, finger or slap, the frets are also a good feature because you can really play anywhere you want. you was are wanting to pick up a bass 1st time or playing for a while, good buy

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