Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass - 3-Color Sunburst

Electric Bass with Basswood Body, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, Open-gear Tuners, and 2 Jazz Bass Single-coil Pickups - 3-Color Sunburst
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A Real Jazz Bass at an Affordable Price!

The Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass's offset-waist body and an ultra-slim, fast-action maple neck make this a truly outstanding instrument in its class. Although its basswood body design and overall appearance are clear nods to the past, the Vintage Modified Jazz Bass also incorporates some futuristic elements, such as high-end cosmetic touches and sizzling Fender-designed Jazz Bass single-coil pickups. The value-packed Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass is an excellent entry/intermediate-level instrument for any bassist.

Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass at a Glance:
  • Lightweight, offset-waist basswood body
  • Neck designed for fast, comfortable playing
  • Fender quality at a great Squier value
Lightweight, offset-waist basswood body

Bass guitars are big and that can mean heavy, too. Supremely comfortable whether you're seated or standing, the Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass comes with the distinctive offset-waist body, but it's made from basswood, which is resonant but relatively light — something you'll appreciate after several hours onstage. And with its classic finish, your Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass will command the eyes (as well as the ears) of your fans!

Neck designed for fast, comfortable playing

Made from solid maple, with a rosewood fingerboard, the neck on Squier's Vintage Modified Jazz Bass is designed to deliver a smooth and fluid playing experience. The 20 medium-jumbo frets provide you with added playing comfort, so you can continue for hours without hand fatigue. A fast-playing neck is vital when you're holding down the bass line, and Squier understands that. The Vintage Modified Jazz Bass features a neck and fretboard that ensure you'll never want to put it down.

Fender quality at a great Squier value

Squier's Vintage Modified series of electric guitars and basses provide you with renowned Fender quality at an affordable price. The Vintage Modified series features some of the most time-honored models, including the Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jazzmaster, Jaguar, Mustang, Jazz Bass, and the Precision Bass. These versatile guitars and basses are offered at the very best Squier value to make Fender quality more available to everyone. If you've been looking for a great guitar or bass to complement your playing, Squier Vintage Modified series electric guitars and basses have an instrument for you.

Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass Features:
  • Fender quality at a great Squier value
  • Fat, growling tones from dual Fender-designed Jazz Bass pickups
  • Comfortable and lightweight basswood body with offset-waist
  • Modern C-shaped maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
  • 20 medium-jumbo frets
  • Top-load bridge
  • Open-gear tuners
Get amazing modern tone from this classic-style Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass!

NOTE: This product is available in the United States only - no international sales.

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Tech Specs

Body Shape Jazz
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 4
Color 3-color Sunburst
Body Material Basswood
Body Finish Urethane
Neck Material Maple, Bolt-on
Neck Shape C
Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 9.5" Radius
Fingerboard Inlay Dots
Number of Frets 20 medium jumbo
Scale Length 34"
Nut Width 1.5"
Bridge/Tailpiece 4-saddle vintage-style
Tuners Standard Open-gear Tuners
Number of Pickups 2
Middle Pickup Fender Designed Single-coil
Bridge Pickup Fender Designed Single-coil
Controls 2 x Volume, 1 x Tone
Strings Fender, (.045-.105)
Manufacturer Part Number 0306600500

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5/5

Indonesia ROCKS

I bought a Tele out of this shop and it blew my mind. It did have a cold solder joint but even in opening the wiring switch area I found the most perfect wiring I have ever seen on a production axe. It was beautiful. One second with a hot iron and the axe is beyond perfect. I was really looking for a fretless jazz that day and ended up with the Tele, so after being so impressed with the first Indonesian axe I went for the Squire fretless made of Agatha wood. I'm so blown away by the fit, finish and feel of that axe and the pickups sound every bit as good as my Seymour Duncan and Lane Poors that I had to buy the fretted brother of the same bass but fretted. I'm confident that this fretted bass will be as nice as the first two. After playing the fretless my $2500 jazz feels like a baseball bat and the custom pickups sound no better.
Music background: All styles
3/5

Indonesian made

This bass is well made, in a brand new state of the art factory in Indonesia. It plays well, and II am very happy with it. A great value for the money
2/5

Hidden suprises...

So I purchased this bass on the premise that it was going to live up to the multitude of good reviews it received. The fit and finish is great, yes. Even the playability was decent. But I could not get a good tone out of this thing for the life of me. It sounded garbled, and weak, even with the knobs turned all the way up. I tried different variations of knob positions, strings, amp sounds...etc. until eventually I bought some new pickups for it. (The DiMarizio DP123 J set... They sound amazing)So why the 2 stars? When I opened up the cavities to replace the pickups, both of the stock ones were wired to the same pot. Whether or not that was intentional, or a quality control issue, I don't know. But I would expect a $300 instrument to at least be wired correctly. It sounds great with the DiMarzios, but its the principle behind why I had to change them that makes me bitter. Next time, I'm buying an American made one.
See also: Squier, Squier 4-string Bass Guitars