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You've heard it a million times - "There's nothing like a Fender." And when you pick up one of these fretless electric basses you'll understand why. Rich in tone and versatile in performance, these expertly designed instruments look and sound unlike any other basses on the planet. If you want to kick your bass play up more than a few notches, then you've definitely come to the right place. Whether it's your first time going fretless or you're looking to upgrade, you'll find what you need in this section. If you need a classic instrument to learn the ropes on, you should start with the Standard Fretless Jazz Bass Guitar. Instantly recognizable in appearance with an updated single-coil construction, this trendsetting bass has been loved by hobbyist and professionals all over the world since its debut in 1960. Are you after something with a little more growl? Then the American Standard Jazz Bass is absolutely worth considering. Adding contemporary features to a classic design, this bass has a rosewood fingerboard, a high mass vintage bridge and single-coil pickups for a brighter sound. Described as having a "roaring, racecar" tone, it's a definite must-have for serious bassists looking for smooth playability and a killer appearance.

If you're here for something different though, that reflects how hard you play, the only bass you'll want to check out is the Jaco Pastorius Relic Jazz Bass 3-Color Sunburst. Inspired by the legendary rough-and-tumble bassist himself, this re-creation has a near identical worn look to Jaco's own fretless bass. Featuring a special shaped maple neck, replacement P Bass control knobs and a select alder body, this bass has a distinct tone making it an absolute showstopper on-stage.

Stunningly crafted to play and look like their original counterparts, Fender basses are the pinnacle of quality, sound and collectability. With every song and every note, you'll love your new fretless instrument. Because honestly, there's nothing quite like a Fender fretless electric bass.