Fender Reggie Hamilton Standard Jazz Bass

Fender Reggie Hamilton Standard Jazz Bass

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Reggie Hamilton Standard Jazz Bass, 4-string bass guitar from Fender in the Reggie Hamilton series.

5 user reviews

Fender Reggie Hamilton Standard Jazz Bass tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: Reggie Hamilton Standard Jazz Bass
  • Series: Reggie Hamilton
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/07/2006

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Fender Reggie Hamilton Standard Jazz Bass user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 5 reviews )
 4 reviews80 %
 1 user review20 %
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2o2rnr2y2d's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A great model"

Fender Reggie Hamilton Standard Jazz Bass
It s more American than Mexican as it has a Mexican American characteristics. Already the sunburst finish is the standard american (very successful), the micro bp outcome of the American series, the other series is custom, the bridge and the mechanical series come from us and especially it is equipped with electronics american deluxe.

The finish is impeccable, the bass is delivered set, I did not have anything to edit the setup of micro bp roof surprises in first, but it is justified, nail body exudes quality that the handle is satin and very pleasant to the touch
The bass is delivered in a well padded soft house that serves callage in carton


To use this bass is very nice, the handle slides right, it is a little but not too round. It's true that it is a bit heavy and not very practical shape to play sitting ..
To use the drop D is not super accurate, you must fine tune every time. All pots are very effective. There 's no breath. I am always happy to use it, it is beautiful and exudes quality and effective


It has a clear sound that can drop very low, it really has the Fender sound, corrections are very effective, so there is a large range of sound on the other hand I have not yet found a way to make aggressive slap sounds, it is always in the sweetness and clarity.


I love this bass is beautiful, original (for a fender) with its micro configuration, it sounds really nice and it is not too expensive. This is a very good choice, a very good value for money that I highly recommend.

jazzbass022's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Versatile and accurate"

Fender Reggie Hamilton Standard Jazz Bass
U.S. parts (bridge, mechanical, microphones, wood, nut, pre-amp) factory assembled Baja California Norte - Mexico.
The body is alder.
Maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, 20 frets, vintage style '.
Instrument weight: 4 kg.
Reggie Hamilton Signature on the back of the head with key Hipshot Xtender Drop D 'on the rope Mi

- 1 microphone American Series Precision Bass (body).
- 1 Custom Noiseless microphone American Jazz Bass (bridge).
- 3-band active EQ.
- Mini switch active / passive.


Handle a little more 'easy' than my previous American Standard Jazz Bass.
I love the rosewood fingerboard and finish.
Ergonomics is the same as on a JB U.S., so no particular problem.
I'm not a soloist but I can walk quietly the 12th to the 20th box.
For audio, it takes a little time to appreciate all the nuances of modes active / passive pickups PB and JB.
The interest here is to mix the sound from both pickups.
I like to put 50bp / 50JB for Walking Bass.
On the pre-amp, the output level is sufficient (above Geddy Lee). This is the same preamp as the American Deluxe Jazz Bass.
Low, the agreement is good 'no worries once granted.


I wanted to get the 'versatile bass' for less than 1200 euros to avoid carrying two bass at each concert.
I tried two Geddy Lee JB (maple fingerboard), a dozen American Deluxe JB (rosewood and maple) and 'Reggie Hamilton Signature'.
In passive mode, the sound of JB U.S. Standard for the game to fingers. In active mode, it is perfect for slap (sound is very pure) and repertoire 'modern'.
I play on a Gallien-Krueger combo 1200CEB U.S.. I did not notice any particular breath in active mode, after this may depend on the amp used.
The amp does not flinch when I switched from active to passive and vice versa.
The bass is accurate active mode, it is the warmth and precision. I put the medium level 0 on the bass, treble and bass 10. One can easily get serious about the micro Robbie Shakespeare Precision passive mode. You can also get a sound close to that of Deftones or Neil Jason, even if it is the big difference between the two.
If you slap melted with the same budget, Marcus Miller or Geddy Lee will be most appropriate with maple fingerboard.
The bass is not everything, touch the rest.


I use it for four years and I am very satisfied.

MORE: audio JB / PB with comfort handle without breaking the bank.

bassmanZ's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I love her!"

Fender Reggie Hamilton Standard Jazz Bass
Everything has already been said, no further info to add.


The weight is bearable with a wide strap. The beautiful is around 4 pounds.
Access to acute is good (I often chords and arpeggios below the 12 box).
It is a Mexican fast enough but there are the typical sound of the JB without counting all the settings that can be done with 2 pickups jazz and precision. The U.S. preamp is also very good, it rocks.


I play progressive rock (set of fingers and a pick). The sound is very good with effects (bass overdrive, delay).
I play more at the micro precision (rounded balance / attack).
I plug the bass head Peavey 4x10 with a Marshall, and I can easily have its hybrid jazz / precision which pleases me greatly.


I use it for 2 weeks. I love this bass that I have not yet done recording.
The value for money is really good because all the parts are of U.S. origin. I am satisfied with the finishing and assembly.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good bass"

Fender Reggie Hamilton Standard Jazz Bass
it is made in signature reggie hamilton mexico
very good quality.
pbass JazzBass in micro and easel
electronics active and passive mode.


For all types of music, even classical.
the ibanez sound gear are easier and lighter.
fender jazz bass but are in the middle and close.


Really for any type of music. good sound, very good show.
missing some teeth acute bridge pickup.


Is still too expensive but the quality is to go.
is a musical instrument not a toy.
Me, I'm very telling.

+ Quality and versatility. the sound is wonderful. very natural.
- A small breath in active mode.

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