All of all, I want to say that the model pictured is a model of the Fast Fashion JP, not Jazzbass j which have been the Acquisition (sniff).
J did get the bass by luthier Jean-Philippe Ferreira.
Basically, c is a Jazzbass, everything is more simple, with wooden Warmoth:
Alder body, maple neck and affects Pau Fero.
21 frets, 2 pickups manufactured by Jazzbass Nordstrand NJ4-SE, E-Pro preamp 9v E-Pro BTB-01, mechanical and bridge Gotoh Hipshot.
Solid black finish, class and well done.
Settings: volume (with an active passive switch), Balance, Treble (with bright switch), bass and tone.
classic round Jazzbass by Warmoth.
Channel easy to play, the woods are of very good quality and poor fero responds very well.
Access to acute very correct, but does have additional unnecessary hoops.
The body of this Jazzbass is somewhat special, since c is the model home Warmoth Dinky J (www.warmoth.com) and therefore, it is less coarse than the body standarts JB as in fender.
C Jazzbass is incredible, very dynamic. The sound is a precise wishes.
The preamp has a hell of sin, and microphones installed on it is formidable.
The electronic Has performed outstandingly.
The sounds are really very large, but the thing I like most is that I can spend a very vintage sound of a Jazzbass sounds very modern thanks to the simple adjustment of Tone.
The Bright switch to bring a punch stunning in the treble, which makes the slap of the most pleasant.
Personally, I have never heard a sound Jazzbass in this way. J have been compared to the fender models that have really struggled to follow (on the same amp, with the same settings).
even the FMT series are off the mark.
JP my mount this bass about two weeks ago, and as far as to say that I am delighted.
It all makes mticuleusement t, and Manir professionnlle trs.
All the work that is done irrprochable t, I became an addict JP.
All the people who have tried to date n are not returned.
This model clearly respects the concept of Jazzbass, while providing the keys necessary for greater versatility.
And I must admit that it blends in with all my EBS.