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  • shukran33shukran33

    Jazz for a lefty with a terrible colori

    Fender Standard Jazz Bass [1990-2005]Published on 02/09/13 at 04:45
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    Jazz bass made in mexico for left, made in 2001/2002 according to the information I

    maple neck rosewood fingerboard.

    UTILIZATION

    the handle is a highway, a bit thicker and wider than my ibanez, but the string spacing, touch the handle as happy ...

    the small problem is the weight ... it weighs! on the other hand, well balanced for my taste, it falls alone

    Access to acute is correct.

    The sound ... it's just royal, vintage, huge personality and simplicity of a passive bass (it sounds, it is easy to adjust, and you get a variety of sounds quite impressive)

    SOUNDS

    I was getting tired of my Cort A4 (very good bass, go anywhere, but little to no personality to my …
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    Jazz bass made in mexico for left, made in 2001/2002 according to the information I

    maple neck rosewood fingerboard.

    UTILIZATION

    the handle is a highway, a bit thicker and wider than my ibanez, but the string spacing, touch the handle as happy ...

    the small problem is the weight ... it weighs! on the other hand, well balanced for my taste, it falls alone

    Access to acute is correct.

    The sound ... it's just royal, vintage, huge personality and simplicity of a passive bass (it sounds, it is easy to adjust, and you get a variety of sounds quite impressive)

    SOUNDS

    I was getting tired of my Cort A4 (very good bass, go anywhere, but little to no personality to my taste)

    There is happiness, slamming metal sound, serious deaf ... she knows everything

    I do not control the slap, but it should certainly ensure this register

    I use a combo markbass CMD 121 H simply deadly.

    For my part, I think I found my half!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I received 10 days ago, I played every day since she attracts me obsessed ... lol

    I tried Jazz bass in mex and american standard. Frankly my violin Southwestern is more than correct, it is beautiful (at least for a low left-handed, it changes the black / white or sunburts pickard / violet...beurk)

    In short, it is beautiful, it sounds so ... although the weight, I dab!

    Unbeatable value for money ... and because I found my half bassistique ... I would do this choice with your eyes closed
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  • Laurent11Laurent11

    Fender Standard Jazz Bass [1990-2005]Published on 07/03/03 at 13:44
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    The jazz bass "standard" is a jazz bass made by Fender in Mexico. Mexican manufacturing is for the midrange fender because of inferior wood, less efficient pickups and finish sometimes perfectible ... but in reality it depends on the models ... Some Mexican goods also equals the performance of their elders ... But back to the cot technique! this bass has 20 frets and has two "bars", the bridge is pretty mediocre, but it can not be changed for very cheap (15 euros), it has 3 knobs, one micro and one for the general tonality. The neck is typical JB, rather late (ideal for small mimine!). Finally, it is a passive low

    UTILIZATION

    I've never felt so at ease on a low ... the aesthetic …
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    The jazz bass "standard" is a jazz bass made by Fender in Mexico. Mexican manufacturing is for the midrange fender because of inferior wood, less efficient pickups and finish sometimes perfectible ... but in reality it depends on the models ... Some Mexican goods also equals the performance of their elders ... But back to the cot technique! this bass has 20 frets and has two "bars", the bridge is pretty mediocre, but it can not be changed for very cheap (15 euros), it has 3 knobs, one micro and one for the general tonality. The neck is typical JB, rather late (ideal for small mimine!). Finally, it is a passive low

    UTILIZATION

    I've never felt so at ease on a low ... the aesthetic is perfect for my taste (some criticize his classicism) and the handle runs directly on the fingers ... a real treat! access to your top is acute, with nothing to say negative ...

    SOUNDS

    This bass is a model of versatility ... I first lot of styles with no problems, funk to jazz to metal by the blues and rock ... ny'a it in large parts of slap or active electronics would be welcome! (But the slap is affordable)
    The sustain is good or very good depending on the model is able to satisfy lovers of harmonic pastorussiennes ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    For 680 euros (710 left-handed) is an exellent low dot a very good potential ... every time I try an American JB I tell myself that I was right to not slam 1500 euros ... the difference between Mexican and U.S. price level for me is not justified, fender just needs to pay the brand and the "prestige" ... :-(
    I bought this bass for about 6 months, I am fully satisfied and I never had a problem with ...
    just one thing, if possible try to store not have bad surprises ... (Like all the bass there ...)
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  • crostinicrostini

    Fender Standard Jazz Bass [1990-2005]Published on 09/12/03 at 06:32
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    Mex
    Two different volumes for each pickup is not great for cutting short the sound, but it is
    easel pathetic, but hey, the sound seems not to suffer. mechanical sheet metal, fender it, but hey, oil baths not cost more bcp fender sir!!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel fabulous, I could never play on a bass that does not have the same characteristics of round!
    Ergonomics: slight imbalance (head a little pic) used a leather strap and use a little do not worry
    by IDAL is against the weight, my old bass (aria pro RS60) weighed twice!

    SOUNDS

    The sound is always Submitted. VERSATILITY is his second name!
    the two flight gives the best background has made me.
    well as a solo pass…
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    Mex
    Two different volumes for each pickup is not great for cutting short the sound, but it is
    easel pathetic, but hey, the sound seems not to suffer. mechanical sheet metal, fender it, but hey, oil baths not cost more bcp fender sir!!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel fabulous, I could never play on a bass that does not have the same characteristics of round!
    Ergonomics: slight imbalance (head a little pic) used a leather strap and use a little do not worry
    by IDAL is against the weight, my old bass (aria pro RS60) weighed twice!

    SOUNDS

    The sound is always Submitted. VERSATILITY is his second name!
    the two flight gives the best background has made me.
    well as a solo passage only with acute micro is amazing!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the past year. I prefer: the sound and the handle (the other low n have no handle, they are baseboards!). what I like least: ca ben made 10 minutes I opened the ":" I see and what to write.
    qualitprix special report.
    with the number of bass that I tried before buying, I know I would do the same purchase today
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  • niblanibla

    Fender Standard Jazz Bass [1990-2005]Published on 11/10/04 at 07:28
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    It's a jazz!
    say no more, if there are good and bad, but when you come across a good ....

    UTILIZATION

    Directions: do you find good Mexican with wood stabiliss (5 years of seniority at least), remove him and put his microphone to the Bartolini (for example), take him and his keys Fill it with Gotoh jazz, the agreement that fully ...
    That's what I did, and I can tell you that I n'changerai not change my mex amricaine against a current (as against, if an original 66, you can contact me ...)
    Without fun, you just have to find them good, because it is like Squiers, there are not great and REALLY disturbing depending on the year, some are impossible to distinguish a amricaine sta…
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    It's a jazz!
    say no more, if there are good and bad, but when you come across a good ....

    UTILIZATION

    Directions: do you find good Mexican with wood stabiliss (5 years of seniority at least), remove him and put his microphone to the Bartolini (for example), take him and his keys Fill it with Gotoh jazz, the agreement that fully ...
    That's what I did, and I can tell you that I n'changerai not change my mex amricaine against a current (as against, if an original 66, you can contact me ...)
    Without fun, you just have to find them good, because it is like Squiers, there are not great and REALLY disturbing depending on the year, some are impossible to distinguish a amricaine standard blind-test ... the rest is business as objectification and wallet!

    SOUNDS

    Sound? : JAZZ BASS you were told!

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you want a good Jazz without breaking the bank, this is the solution:
    a Mexican secondhand + micro + Barto mcaniques of Gotoh (rigor and a Badass bridge for those who love), we can made prs 300 200 100 = approximately 600euros for something that sounds as what is found for double the price!
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  • Anonymous

    Fender Standard Jazz Bass [1990-2005]Published on 11/13/04 at 06:16
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    Caratristiques: like all jazz bass but with wood trs trs young ...

    UTILIZATION

    Enjoyable round in shape, but the feeling that gives the green wood is bad.
    MODEL This is my taste too heavy. The sound is that of a jazz bass. The mcaniques are too cheap I think ...

    SOUNDS

    Low versatile if you do not fall into the too modern styles (neo metal type). For the rest it works well and rev up the sound well in a group.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Not bad but far too low for the quality CHRE mdiocre woods and mcaniques. I sold ...
  • the kwarksthe kwarks

    Fender Standard Jazz Bass [1990-2005]Published on 01/01/05 at 06:37
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    Without making everything blabla said djas

    UTILIZATION

    Attention to the race, it does not support large string tie (40/104) is the max, I was wrong to put more exprience and I voill the handle!

    SOUNDS

    Cot's not a problem sounds correct

    OVERALL OPINION

    A & vis overall bte, trs good for beginners, APRS is necessary to pass something else, attention to deprecated hard amateur music (punk, hardcore and other, because the handle does not follow !)
  • Anonymous

    Fender Standard Jazz Bass [1990-2005]Published on 04/06/05 at 04:01
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    The bass is made correctly, but no more. according to the copies, the sleeves can move, mine, not

    UTILIZATION

    The pickups are really not accurate. making its optimization difficult.

    SOUNDS

    Passive pickups => blah! the sound is rather flat and not super accurate

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the bass for 3 years, it's going to start, but pretty fast.
    the price we pay for this bass, it is mostly for the brand. manufacturing level, we can find something comparable for much less, especially in Korea.
    At that price, it is best to choose another brand. So as I said, price / quality ratio very poor.
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    The bass is made correctly, but no more. according to the copies, the sleeves can move, mine, not

    UTILIZATION

    The pickups are really not accurate. making its optimization difficult.

    SOUNDS

    Passive pickups => blah! the sound is rather flat and not super accurate

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the bass for 3 years, it's going to start, but pretty fast.
    the price we pay for this bass, it is mostly for the brand. manufacturing level, we can find something comparable for much less, especially in Korea.
    At that price, it is best to choose another brand. So as I said, price / quality ratio very poor.
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  • momotemomote

    Fender Standard Jazz Bass [1990-2005]Published on 06/17/05 at 13:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mexican Jazz bass, passive, I took it in black and I love
    donated two pickups and a volume tonalitbr />
    I love the handle genial

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is duly, especially compared to my old bass, rgal ..
    Access in acute is very easy when ergonomics is good trs

    to get the right sound ... dpart to love the sound with a jazz bass so

    SOUNDS

    It's perfect for my style muisique, despite its passive electronic slap it in gniale

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 months and nothing wrong, I am filled every day and I'm addicted to his DEFINITIONS

    The report price is trs good quality I think she is of the same expensive but compared to other basses.
    I think …
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    Mexican Jazz bass, passive, I took it in black and I love
    donated two pickups and a volume tonalitbr />
    I love the handle genial

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is duly, especially compared to my old bass, rgal ..
    Access in acute is very easy when ergonomics is good trs

    to get the right sound ... dpart to love the sound with a jazz bass so

    SOUNDS

    It's perfect for my style muisique, despite its passive electronic slap it in gniale

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 months and nothing wrong, I am filled every day and I'm addicted to his DEFINITIONS

    The report price is trs good quality I think she is of the same expensive but compared to other basses.
    I think the price diffrence Mexican-amricaine is not justified even if it exists for sure

    experience with this choice I would do
    With experience and more than 1000 I would take a amricaine
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  • Colin DenizenColin Denizen

    Fender Standard Jazz Bass [1990-2005]Published on 08/09/05 at 15:34
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    4 String Passive bass made in Mexico. 2 Fender Jazz Bass Pickups simple. Volumes 2 and Tone.

    UTILIZATION

    The big highlight of this bass for me: his sleeve! Unlike what was said before it is t trs enjoyable to play, but the end is well in hand. It is very easy to play and you'll quickly resumed her (unlike a Musicman for example).
    She has a healthy weight, it is not lgre but I never complain about it even when rptitions several hours in a row.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is really good trs. Galer without his big sister amricaine to 3 times cheaper is a rgal. It is both round and prcis (what is a research Jazz Bass right?) And trspchu.
    Single large default: this bass dveloppe n…
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    4 String Passive bass made in Mexico. 2 Fender Jazz Bass Pickups simple. Volumes 2 and Tone.

    UTILIZATION

    The big highlight of this bass for me: his sleeve! Unlike what was said before it is t trs enjoyable to play, but the end is well in hand. It is very easy to play and you'll quickly resumed her (unlike a Musicman for example).
    She has a healthy weight, it is not lgre but I never complain about it even when rptitions several hours in a row.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is really good trs. Galer without his big sister amricaine to 3 times cheaper is a rgal. It is both round and prcis (what is a research Jazz Bass right?) And trspchu.
    Single large default: this bass dveloppe normment serious, careful not to abuse the amp under penalty of distortion at the low enough dsagrable.
    Other small black dot, the microphones tend to breathe a little, but nothing catastrophic.

    I use it primarily on a Acoustic 340 amp and I love the sound got! (Knowing that I play in a group of Hardcore / Mtal, versatility so big).
    Sometimes I also use it on a Hartke head and a well-rgl sounds as well trs.

    Brief report qualitprix level in this range I do not think it did much better (the quality is not Fender dmontrer I think).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this low since ending for three years and when I had the means I certainly find my way towards the same MODEL in Amricaine.

    Sincrement I do not see what other models can be concurencer in this price zone.
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  • victorlegrosvictorlegros

    Fender Standard Jazz Bass [1990-2005]Published on 03/14/06 at 09:51
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    Made in Mexico
    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>Model Name Standard Jazz Bass ®
    Model Number 013-6200 - (Color #)
    Series Standard Series
    Colors (506) Black,
    (519) Sage Green Metallic,
    (529) Blue Agave,
    (532) Brown Sunburst * add $ 50.00,
    (575) Midnight Wine,
    (580) Arctic White,
    (Polyester Finish)
    Body Alder
    Neck Maple, Modern "C" Shape,
    (Satin Polyurethane Finish)
    Fingerboard Rosewood (9.5 "Radius/241 mm)
    No. of Frets 20 Medium Jumbo Frets
    Pickups 2 "New" Standard Jazz Bass Single-Coil Pickups (Mid & Bridge)
    Controls Volume 1. (Neck Pickup),
    Volume 2. (Bridge Pickup),
    Master Tone
    Pickup Switching N / A
    Bridge Standard Vintage Style
    Machine Head…
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    Made in Mexico
    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>Model Name Standard Jazz Bass ®
    Model Number 013-6200 - (Color #)
    Series Standard Series
    Colors (506) Black,
    (519) Sage Green Metallic,
    (529) Blue Agave,
    (532) Brown Sunburst * add $ 50.00,
    (575) Midnight Wine,
    (580) Arctic White,
    (Polyester Finish)
    Body Alder
    Neck Maple, Modern "C" Shape,
    (Satin Polyurethane Finish)
    Fingerboard Rosewood (9.5 "Radius/241 mm)
    No. of Frets 20 Medium Jumbo Frets
    Pickups 2 "New" Standard Jazz Bass Single-Coil Pickups (Mid & Bridge)
    Controls Volume 1. (Neck Pickup),
    Volume 2. (Bridge Pickup),
    Master Tone
    Pickup Switching N / A
    Bridge Standard Vintage Style
    Machine Heads Standard
    Chrome Hardware
    Pickguard 3-Ply White
    Scale Length 34 "(864 mm)
    Width at Nut 1.50 "(38mm)
    Unique Features New Pickups and New Vintage Style Jazz Bass Control Knobs
    Strings Fender Super Bass 7250ML, NPS,
    Gauges: (.045, .065, .080, .100)
    p / n 073-7250-005
    Accessories None
    Case None
    Introduced 7 / 2001
    Notice Product Prices, Features And Specifications Are Subject To Change Without Notice</span>

    UTILIZATION

    The form is very convenient to access with acute low in the upper body and the sound is easily obtained.

    SOUNDS

    Excellent sound!
    I played with a keyboard amp Roland KC-350 (spenker 12 ") and the sound is perfect!
    Sometimes I connect a Korg Toneworks for distortion, but when I disconnect, I find the original sound even better!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two days! I bought it used in excellent condition finish "Sunburst." If I had to do it again, it would be a pleasure! The price / quality ratio is very good. This is my first bass, but I'm bass for five years and learn about the Jazz Bass is fun! I love the retro style indémmodable ...
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