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Squier Deluxe Jazz Bass IV Active
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4-string bass guitar from Squier belonging to the Jazz Bass series.

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  • Beautiful, complete, well finished, cheap!

    Squier Deluxe Jazz Bass IV ActivePublished on 10/28/11 at 22:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    round of 38 (62 to 19 °) button ebonol glossy black (resin)
    effective mechanisms, micro certainly improved, an active flight, a micro balance low, mid, treble and a switch to boost
    the finish is very good, it is even beautiful in sun burst clear and round (it must be as beautiful in your black I hesitated) that they have ecenomisé caches it has a very stripped aesthetic and ultimately I find it more beautiful than the Fender Mexico or US
    For nine E 280 no problem

    UTILIZATION

    This bass is very pleasant to play, the handle end is very nice, down ebonol provides no difference except that it does not overlay to identify cases (just dots on the edge the handle). In practice it is......
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    round of 38 (62 to 19 °) button ebonol glossy black (resin)
    effective mechanisms, micro certainly improved, an active flight, a micro balance low, mid, treble and a switch to boost
    the finish is very good, it is even beautiful in sun burst clear and round (it must be as beautiful in your black I hesitated) that they have ecenomisé caches it has a very stripped aesthetic and ultimately I find it more beautiful than the Fender Mexico or US
    For nine E 280 no problem

    UTILIZATION

    This bass is very pleasant to play, the handle end is very nice, down ebonol provides no difference except that it does not overlay to identify cases (just dots on the edge the handle). In practice it is standing very well balanced (it is a jazz bass!) Sitting is more complicated. I mounted string Fender (as originally) it is very pleasant.
    I just feel that it eats batteries a lot, it starts to distort when they are tired.

    SOUNDS

    The range of sound is very large with a certain brightness is constant and gives it its still pretty clear. There are often sound very Sting-Police. I only use the boost but it rarely has a fairly pronounced.
    All adjustments are very effective.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is my main bass (although I often return to my Thunderbird epihone.
    It is recommended for all levels especially for the price. To start it is very good and it is likely that you keep after. In addition to the finish is very successful, it is beautiful in sunburst or black.
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  • I was expecting worse ...

    Squier Deluxe Jazz Bass IV ActivePublished on 05/02/11 at 23:01 (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Indonesian manufacturing, easel I know? handle, jb, 20 frets with key ébonol a kind of synthetic wood at first it's weird especially the visual color glossy black level too much game I decline to say whether it right or wrong, but I would have liked a classic ebony (the usual)

    UTILIZATION

    it will easily handle has always played with this history affects ebonol but again it is a story so do especially because the visual affects black Biralle

    SOUNDS

    jb's the classic one is not lost Reference
    well what I used to be active mainly in passive
    vz of the microphones it's'm following this price 280 €, I plan to change them by DiMarzio dp123.
    preamp boost the sound a more "fat"
    ...
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    Indonesian manufacturing, easel I know? handle, jb, 20 frets with key ébonol a kind of synthetic wood at first it's weird especially the visual color glossy black level too much game I decline to say whether it right or wrong, but I would have liked a classic ebony (the usual)

    UTILIZATION

    it will easily handle has always played with this history affects ebonol but again it is a story so do especially because the visual affects black Biralle

    SOUNDS

    jb's the classic one is not lost Reference
    well what I used to be active mainly in passive
    vz of the microphones it's'm following this price 280 €, I plan to change them by DiMarzio dp123.
    preamp boost the sound a more "fat"

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one week, my choice is to turn to a Squier JB + preamp
    because I had several including a fender usa 20 years ago and after having regard to a price x, and this time not wanting to ruin me I took a Squier uen with little fear because often low cheap often means cat and not at all for the price it charges is short honest I am pleasantly surprised by this low
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