Fender Standard Jazz Bass [2009-2018]

Fender Standard Jazz Bass [2009-2018]

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Standard Jazz Bass [2009-2018], 4-string bass guitar from Fender in the Standard Jazz Bass series.

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Fender Standard Jazz Bass [2009-2018] tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: Standard Jazz Bass [2009-2018]
  • Series: Standard Jazz Bass
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/16/2015

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Fender Standard Jazz Bass [2009-2018] user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 6 reviews )
 3 reviews50 %
 2 reviews33 %
 1 user review17 %
Value For Money :

polo85's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I expected a jazz bass"

Fender Standard Jazz Bass [2009-2018]
All specifications of a standard jazz bass made in mexico
2 single coil
2 volumes 1 tone
handle 20 boxes
Factory setting bordering the joke (but not by frieze against the strings are so high ...)


I played before on a Yamaha RBX374 (input active range)
The handle of the finest jazz, strings closer for a good cause in any case it suits me.
ergonomics, easy access to acute, good game even sitting position (it does not look)
Standing playing comfort optimized by buying a leather strap wide enough


From an active electronics I had to see my amp settings before finding what suited me
on the other hand I found ^ ^ grain color in my sound that I did not have the yamaha
This feeling was accentuated after the change of the original Rotosound strings for (45-105 memory), I rediscovered my bass
Rated 10 after changing the strings (yeah it's a lot but it's 10/10 compared to what I like to hear personally)


it must be 3 years that I have (one year of intensive use)
Guitarist base she spends more time on foot than anything else ...
I had to help my group for the music festival taking bass, it works great.
The other group was a passive ibanez 5 string: ok y'avait by low grain against 0
I also lent my drummer for a gig (he usually plays a Yamaha RBX374 by chance ^ ^), answer this call without jazz bass tears lol.
I have not tried other models, simply listened on youtube and it suited me
I am very happy with my choice and am ready to repeat

whitehat91's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Interesting."

Fender Standard Jazz Bass [2009-2018]
Bass made in Mexico in stock configuration:
2 micro low / high with a knob of each volume and tone control.
Handle with 20 boxes fretted


The wide handle is very comfortable to play in the bass, the instrument is positioned relatively easily, but I think the important weight or I use a relatively wide strap. The sustain is relatively good. But I think I have not yet found the right position, because I think the little easy access to acute (including strings and Mi Severe).
I also tried a lot before finding a balance between treble and bass pickups, but that may be because I play from 4 different amps.


It is very comfortable for the slap, as it is not hindered by the microphone. I only use very little effects, EQ and compressor. I find it more comfortable in the registers high groove (funk, jazz) in the rock. This is perhaps because I use ropes shallow draft.


Overall, this is a good bass even though I'm a bit disappointed compared to the expectation that I had: it is less easy to capture what I thought. Compared to my other bass (Ibanez TR400), I find it less versatile but easier slap in the registry. It is therefore a good supplement. But it remains an excellent quality / price ratio. With still look nice. I'm happy to play on, but the next one will not.

Lightfields's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" an honest instrument"

Fender Standard Jazz Bass [2009-2018]






A quick response to the request for an opinion posted reviews:
I am pro bassist, I've owned this bass a little while. As often with Fender, was an honest instrument for its price, the violin is good, I would say that the point was for me was the weakest electronics, but I have a colleague who turns pro with this bass and just changed the pickups, and it does it very well. It's not low luxury, but it is very decent and can get by very well on serious scenes or studio. This is standard, which, as its name suggests :)

I would do not elect now, but I do not regret that choice at the time.
I played rock, song, funk, this is a jazz bass is versatile!
This is rarely a purchase you regret a standard jazz bass, we change because we want to change for more or for something else, but it is rarely cheat ... Even bass Squier (the branded Fender ) of my students are correct for their price.

fartamis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" excellent value for money"

Fender Standard Jazz Bass [2009-2018]
Fender Mexican Standard 2013 3 brownburst tones.

I instaled a bridge gotoh chrome b-201.

maple neck.

20 frets micro jazz bass.

micro adjustment knob and tone.


the handle is very nice too late are too big for my hands, the back of the neck is satin finish that glides like a skating rink, handle very enjoyable to play and very comfortable.

the body is alder.

the weight is on each, I find it there are slightly heavy.

in sitting position I find it well balanced.

access to acute is very much like all jazz bass btw.


it is perfect for my musical styles (prog, rock, jazz, blues).

I can get a very fat sound very crystalline.

I play on an amp Ampeg PF500 with eden office and EX112 is a pure delight.


I use it for 3 weeks.

I also tried a fender american.

value for money is great and I would do this choice without hesitation.

my little personal comment.

I go to the local store in order to buy a fender and when I saw this Mexican fender $ 600 CAD I did forbear to look, I had to spend 10 to 15 minutes The scrutinize only to find she had a violin and an impeccable and flawless finish, the only complaint is that the starting action is a bit too high but it is a minor problem that fits, I compared the finish with an American and honestly there is no significant difference, I played the American and the Mexican coast to coast and that is that there is some difference in the quality of microphones, volume adjustment and also the amp mics U.S. were a bit more powerful and had a crisper sound that said, the pickups are not Mexican shit far away it delivers a beautiful sound I still intend to change the pickups for Seymour Duncan SJB-1 which sounds the death for $ 140 CAD and there comes the sound will be closer to 90 to 95% of an American fender for about 60% the price of an American, a U.S. costs $ 1,350 against CAD $ 800 CAD for Mexican with new pickups and a good b-bridge gotoh 201, you make your choice.

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