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Fender Highway One Jazz Bass [2003-2006]
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Fender Highway One Jazz Bass [2003-2006]

4-string bass guitar from Fender belonging to the Jazz Bass series.

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Publié le 05/07/06 à 04:56
C is a jazz bass manufactured in the U.S., which is mounted in Mexico. The series has been highway cre satisphere demand for an instrument of U.S. prices has srrbr /> 20 frets with 2 alkaline vintage microphone with a simple medium in position and another bridge
Simple fender vintage bridge
The finish is for my part 3 tone sunburst trs see a pretty (more q a U.S. standard) matt varnish gives very fast and scratches but it does not forgive the large friction

UTILIZATION

The handle is very pleasant day it is so late but have not used the c is super
each access to a large acute is to ease over the frets are well spaced
The jazz bass is one of the biggest bass, but c is the lightest bass that I have had the opportunity to play
We get a shot on his good jazz bass tone that made it successful (in fact too sounds really identifiable)

SOUNDS

I did in all styles of rock and I think that it is better that a precision bass (the grain is added), the sound is great to have a few pretty good amp some will find it a bit low normal it did not internal preamp to be ready just a short time and after c is good.
For a moment, but Ibanez SW20 d jl have tried it on a Hartke 120W and it gives, if not have an overdrive effect j for the moment and soon a bassman 100 combo amp
we can get enough of his sound, but mostly with a small round grain that is just slamming
J loves all that jazz bass sound

OVERALL OPINION

I have since the April 2, 2006 Now it's been one month
The particular feature which I prefer c is the sound and shape, what I like least is that the micro c alkaline vintage c is n but the isolation is not always great since often the means used for micro or isolated perdere is the quality of sound
I did the essay and I have found the so I have the right away achetbr /> It is very good fender super clocked a compromise ca 926 euro the fender is delivered in the most with a gigbag Deluxe
I reselect again. Good in against the patent is fragile but not cute n loves to be rubbed for those who love the vintage look is top c
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