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Fender 50th Anniversary Jazz Bass (1996)
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4-string bass guitar from Fender belonging to the Jazz Bass series.

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  • pestochepestoche

    Fender 50th Anniversary Jazz Bass (1996)Published on 10/05/09 at 21:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What to say about this bass is known and recognized by all musicians worldwide.
    This model's 50 th ANNIVERSARY of the mark (46-96) recognized by a gold sticker on the back of the neck does not really differentiate these sisters 90s. Comes in a rigid fly, the mine has a black color.
    22 frets, two pickups and three Knobt classics that go with it. Perfect finish. You want to make you happy? Buy this beautiful bass made in usa of course.

    UTILIZATION

    I'm an old vintage jazz bass, and I feel that the handle is thinner now, almost that of a precision that I played for 30 years
    Bass is played well balanced with a finger or plectrum in the same way

    SOUNDS

    you can play eve…
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    What to say about this bass is known and recognized by all musicians worldwide.
    This model's 50 th ANNIVERSARY of the mark (46-96) recognized by a gold sticker on the back of the neck does not really differentiate these sisters 90s. Comes in a rigid fly, the mine has a black color.
    22 frets, two pickups and three Knobt classics that go with it. Perfect finish. You want to make you happy? Buy this beautiful bass made in usa of course.

    UTILIZATION

    I'm an old vintage jazz bass, and I feel that the handle is thinner now, almost that of a precision that I played for 30 years
    Bass is played well balanced with a finger or plectrum in the same way

    SOUNDS

    you can play everything on ampeg 4x10 cabinets sound is huge and the range is very wide from these two microphones. we play or we want and the sound changes.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very good value for money. buy a fender, break the piggy bank and take and get into an American legend
    I have an accuracy of 67 and this low support compares well with even more sustain
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