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Great all-around bass
Great for playing slap style bass and for accompaniment with electric piano. Sings with round-wound strings or with D'Addario Chromes, but not with other flat-wound or tape-wound strings. Has lots of sounds to choose from between the bridge and neck pickups--everything except a true P-bass sound.
Great Bass, Can't Play it Stock Though.
My other J is basically a parts-bass. It's got standard Fender J pickups, a Badass II bridge, a Mexican neck, Japanese body, and the wiring harness out of an old Rogue POS bass. It's pell-mell to say the least, but it has some growl to it that I really like.
I've had this thing for about seven years and it is exactly what you'd expect. A dependable, well playing gig machine. In recent years, it's been relegated to backup status behind a Stingray, but it has put in its time and done well.
This thing doesn't do anything special, but it does its job well and lasts forever.
Mine has had the electronics completely swapped for a John East J-Tone 01 preamp and Delano JC 4 AL pickups.
Yes! Buy one!
I pushed back on J basses for years because I just wanted to love P basses more but I finally came to the dark side… well, actually it's a white on white bass… so.
I love the clarity and punch I get from this late 2000's J bass; the rosewood fretboard gives me just enough darkness that I don't even feel like it's brittle or sharp and the neck profile is extremely comfortable.
There's nothing special about mine, but I'd recommend you buy one, because.
If you want to have an intense experience in your sound you only have to choose the Fender Jazz Bass, it is the mix between modern and vintage sound, we can always use both, good for me I find no Worries with my bass I love it and I always see that I can discover new horizon with it .