Walnut and alder carved top Walnut fingerboard Naple and walnut neck 864mm scale length 24 frets
Maple neck Alder body New Fender Player Series Modern C neck shape
From the new Player series Alder body Pau Ferro fretboard Modern C neck Player Series Alnico 5 Single-Coil Jazz Bass®
Reissue of bass designed for Paul McCartney Two piece flame maple neck Spruce top Two-on-a-strip tuners Unbound neck
Alpi back and sides Spruce top Matt natural lacquer finish Built as the original 60s models Small run, built in Germany
Road Worn Daphne Blue lacquer finish 30"-scale maple neck; 9.5"-radius rosewood fingerboard Custom-spec split-coil Mustang pickup Vintage-style hardware; aged pearl pickguard Hipshot® "Lollipop" tuners
Inspired by the original 1961 Hofner bass bought by Paul McCartney Spruce top Maple back and sides Rosewood fingerboard Made in Germany
Combining traditional design with contemporary features, the Standard Jazz Bass is an elegant and affordable classic designed for the bassist who appreciates great style, rich and versatile tone, and excellent value. Time-honored Fender style and performance-minded modern upgrades don't have to break the bank, and this model delivers the best of both in a...
Representing the best value in bass guitar design available today, the Affinity Series Jazz Bass rocks powerful tone and fast feel. Crisp and punchy the Jazz Bass is renown for its sound and comfortable playing feel. Eye-catching finishes and flexible features round out the package for a sterling instrument that's a great value.
Since its early-'50s introduction, the Fender Precision Bass has remained the world standard for thick tone and smooth playability. The Standard Precision Bass combines the best of old and new, with a modern single-coil pickup, shielded body cavity, medium jumbo frets, vintage-style bridge, tinted neck with rosewood or maple fretboard, three-ply parchment...
From hard rock to slap-and-pop funk, the '70s Jazz Bass captures the essence of the 1970s with striking looks and a bright, full sound still prized today by bassists everywhere. That decade saw the bridge pickup moved closer to the bridge, creating a brighter, more cutting tone, and the elegant addition of neck binding and block fingerboard inlays.