Fender Custom Classic Jazz 5 string
Made in the USA Custom Shop Fender
Fender bridge, the same as every brand model (including Squier)
Mechanical Alpax the same as all other Fender (Squier included)
Fender Jazz neck, C-profile
21 frets 2 single coil micro jazz, note that if the grave is accurate, which is rare on Fender 5C usual.
18V active electronics, volume, balance, bass, treble, medium
The handle is it enjoyable?
Ben for the Fender neck is quite thin, but good profile in C. .. must love, compared to bass luthier is clear moin nice from my point of view
Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
On this point it's a great Jazz, it is very light unlike what you might think.
Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
With only 21 frets access to treble is very easy ^ ^
Gets it easy to sound good?
Yes, the jazz bass is a versatile bass so yes you can get a good sound.
There is, I think this sounds low, but it is comparable to an American standart ... But the price is not at all the same, from the Fender Custom Shop that continue to proclaim as the best I'm really disappointed.
I played by reinforcing the bass and treble, leaving the medium in half.
I play an Ampeg B2R 4 * 10 and 1 * 15
I am served a year.
This sounds low, it is light, it has a lot of things for her, but I think the price is not justified, it is far from the quality of some bass luthiers yet sold at the same price ...
What I like most is his look, I owned the model blackburst 5 strings, beautiful!
The value for money is bad, if you want a Fender American take much ... and if you have enough money to buy high-end custom shop (L series and company ...) is better frankly turn to bass luthier, it did not altogether to see!
With the experience I would do that choice
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