Fender Road Worn 60s Jazz Bass - 3-Color Sunburst No Longer Available

Electric Bass with Alder Body, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, and 2 Single-coil Pickups - 3-color Sunburst
Item ID: JBassRW3SB

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Fender Road Worn 60s Jazz Bass - 3-Color Sunburst
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$1,099.99

This New Jazz Bass Looks Like a Well-played Friend!

The Fender Road Worn Jazz Bass solidbody electric bass guitar gives you the looks and feel of a well-loved vintage Jazz Bass that's seen plenty of playing action. Strap on the Road Worn Jazz Bass and you'll appreciate the vintage-style design, complete with an alder body that's worn to perfection - in a brand new instrument! This bass features a maple neck topped with a rosewood fingerboard, and its Standard Vintage pickups are equipped with alnico magnets for that classic sound. If you want a new guitar but prefer the looks and feel of a "broken in" axe, look no further than the Road Worn Jazz Bass!

Fender Road Worn Jazz Bass Solidbody Electric Bass Guitar Features:
  • Color: 3-color sunburst
  • Body: Alder

  • Finish: Lacquer
  • Neck: Maple
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood with 7.25" radius
  • No. of frets: 20, vintage

  • Scale Length: 34"
  • Nut Width: 1.5"
  • Hardware: Nickel/chrome

  • Tuning keys: Vintage-style reverse tuning machines
  • Bridge: American Vintage Jazz Bass
  • Pickguard: 4-ply brown shell
  • Pickups: Standard Vintage alnico magnet Jazz Bass Single-coil (two)
  • Controls: Volume 1, Volume 2, Tone

  • Deluxe gig bag included

The Fender Road Worn Jazz Bass looks and feels like a well-loved vintage instrument!
NOTE: This product is available in the United States only - no international sales.

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Additional Media

Fender Road Worn Jazz Bass Review

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number 0131810300

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
Based on 4 reviews

Sweetwater Advice

Mark Stein

Like a lot of players I know, I'd always hoped to come across an old Fender that had that "old school" look and sound. When Fender introduced their Road Worn series, a 3-color sunburst Jazz caught my eye. Could this be it? The first thing that struck me was that this bass looked like it had some serious road time to its credit. The finish is faded, chipped, and worn in all the places you'd expect, and right down to the hardware, this baby has character! The back of the neck has that comfortable broken-in feel. The tuners felt tight, smooth, and easy to turn; they felt like they weren't going to slip anytime soon. I plugged into an Ampeg combo with everything set flat. The Jazz has a wider range of sounds than Fender's P-Bass. I normally run both pickups wide open or roll the neck pickup down 15/25% and when I did, I got that throaty midrange I had hoped was there. This bass growled when I dug in. Both pickups wide open produce a good slap tone, and when I backed off the neck pickup and added a little bass on the Ampeg, the sound grew warmer. Soloing the neck pickup produced the P-Bass throaty punch I was looking for. Wanting to see what it would do on stage, I headed for my favorite blues jam. My buddies thought I'd found a pawnshop prize when they saw it! First some SRV and the bass cut through the harp, keyboard and guitar; I could hear it compliment the bass drum. I soloed the neck pickup for a slow Blues and the bottom was rich and dark. Playing over the fretboard produced a nice open woody tone and when I dug in over the pickup, I got a few grins. With both pickups wide open, I launched Sly's "Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin" and that low E was massive! I will be adding this bass and giving my 5-string a little rest.
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See also: Fender, Fender 4-string Bass Guitars