Nuestro ’70s Jazz Bass captura la esencia de esa década, definida por una estética llamativa, un sonido brillante y completo. Los años 70 vieron el reposicionamiento de la pastilla del puente aun más cerca del puente, creando un sonido más brillante que se hace más presente en las mezclas. La mejora mas grande en la estética vino en forma de magnificas incrustaciones en bloque y ribetes en el mástil, que son muy codiciados por muchos bajistas. El alma de bala complementa el look. Los Jazz Bass de los años setenta son considerados como los bajos hechos especialmente para el funk. La cintura offset ultra-delgada y el mástil estilo vintage y su pastillas de bobina simple Alnico Magnet Jazz Bass, hacen que este sea un bajo muy cómodo y familiar.
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Made in mexico and This bass is really good to play. I have this bass since June 2013, I play 2h/day and i still take pleasure playing it.
My only regret with this bass would be the rosewood quality with the white border, but I love this bass. You have all the tones you need, the neck is quite large, it's very comfortable. I've tried some american standard in some shops, i still have my mexican bass.
So, don't hesitate, 3 ts is beautifull, you won't be disappointed, and it's not a very expensive bass.
Well, sorry, my jazz bass is waiting for me!
tornado owns this item
Loved the playability of this bass in the shop when i tried it out first time, nice to play and easy on the eye.
Although, during a gig, the bridge began to lower its self, which was very disappointing. Had to glue the bridge in place until i could get a replacement.
If you are thinking on purchasing this bass i would recommend ordering a spare bridge and starting from scratch, or just keep saving and go American Standard.
BassWorks92 owns this item
This is one of many Fender Products i purchased along the years. The neck is not as thin as many jazz basses but surely is one of the best i ever played on. The pickups represent the era they are meant to sound like but were not my taste so i changed them to Dimarzio.
Overall there is a great build quality since it is a USA made instrument but i think it's overpriced a bit.
stelios82k owns this item
I've had this bass for 3 years. Great tone, easy to setup, well made.
When ever we're jamming everyone wants to give it a try. That should tell you everything you need to know right there.
Its a beautiful guitar, that plays really well and delivers amazing tone. I took a workshop and a musician showed me how to clean and set it up. From cleaning the frets to setting the action and intonation. It is an easy guitar to setup with high quality parts.
Jam once a week and gig once a month. New strings every month with neck adjustments and full cleaning every 6 months required in order to maintain that superior tone and sustain.
This will be my Bass for life.
danger pay owns this item
Looked great, sounded great. But the workmanship and quality control were unacceptable, as the bridge was mounted almost a half inch to the right, making the G string dangerously close to the edge of the fretboard, and making the strings look way off kilter. I would not recommend buying any Made In Mexico Fenders, as I saw another MIM strat with the same issue. Stick with USA made, or Indonesian Squiers.
This not only has a beautiful tone but also looks beautiful and is so nice to play! Covering everything from Geddy Lee's amazing sound and Chris Squire's sound! This is a must for bass lovers!
|Model Name:||'70s Jazz Bass®, Rosewood Fingerboard, 3-Color Sunburst, 3-Ply B/W/B Pickguard|
|Body Shape:||Jazz Bass®|
|Neck Finish:||Gloss Urethane|
|Neck Shape:||Forma "C" años 70s|
|Scale Length:||34" (863.6 mm)|
|Fingerboard Radius:||Radio de 7.25" (184 mm)|
|Number of Frets:||20|
|Fret Size:||Trastes de estilo vintage|
|String Nut:||Hueso sintético de cejuela|
|Nut Width:||1.50" (38.1 mm)|
|Position Inlays:||Incrustaciones cuadrangulares nacaradas|
|Truss Rod Nut:||Estilo bala|
|Bridge Pickup:||Pastilla de Puente de bobina simple Standard Vintage Alnico Magnet Jazz Bass®|
|Neck Pickup:||Pastilla de Mástil de bobina simple Standard Vintage Alnico Magnet Jazz Bass®|
|Controls:||Volumen 1. (Pastilla central), Volumen 2. (Pastilla del puente), Tono Master|
|Bridge:||Cuatro selletas de bajo American Vintage|
|Tuning Machines:||Clavijeros Vintage '70s logo Fender®, abiertos|
|Control Knobs:||Botones de plástico negro|
|Strings:||Fender® USA Bass 7250ML, NPS, (.045-.100 Gauges)|
|Included Accessories:||Deluxe Gig Bag|
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