Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass Fretless
Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass Fretless

Vintage Modified Jazz Bass Fretless, Electric Fretless Bass from Squier in the Jazz Bass series.


Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass Fretless : Anonymous 's user review


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Describes as the lowest, Asian low three white wooden Morceux (Agathis) for the body, another piece of wood for the handle with a plastic key (ebonol). But then the price should be expected of prcieuses species.
The mcaniques and tailpiece are steel shoeing nes but chrome (it's zoli) and solid (I've lost nothing)
The whole is assembled by careful Manire but all are rglages resume reception of the instrument.
Qualitprix the report is correct (as good as Ibanez Cort or even when)
Note that the microphones of mine have t remplacs by bartolinis.


The bass is not too heavy but pike head.
Ergonomics is that of a conventional jazz bass.
The mcaniques are very (too) gentle but effective.
The pots are correct and just as hard as it should.


Sound with the original pickups is already very good but extremely typ Jazz Bass, the limit of caricature.
With Bartolinis, we keep all the characteristics of the original sound but adding bass and treble, clear on "broadened" sound. The difference between the neck and bridge pickups becomes obvious and the knob of Tone becomes truly effective, its action really helps to sculpt the sound of thundering efficiency of a passive bass.
Attention to the strings, the original delivered round net brings out the characteristic mwaa sound fretless jazz bass. With dishes nets, the sound changes completely, over nearly a bass (not too close when same)


With this instrument, even keeping the original pickups, the sound of pasto door all for only 400 roros.
The finish is correct compared to the price, even if all are to resume rglages by a luthier (really important aprsrglage is day and night).
After careful eyes, it is a fretless, the adaptation time is not ngligeable (just like running on a skating rink), but hey, the sound is the fretless.