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Squier James Johnston Jazz Bass
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4-string bass guitar from Squier belonging to the Artist series.

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  • doubidoubidoubidoubi

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    Squier James Johnston Jazz BassPublished on 09/15/11 at 05:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufactured in: China

    Neck: Maple / rosewood
    Body: Basswood

    Fixed bridge with brass trigger guard (as a classic vibe) the best effect and ensure a long life for the "made in china"

    21 frets

    Factory setting asse therefore provide an approximate setting small luthier it worth it;)

    Volume 2 tone one remains in the registry jazz bass

    UTILIZATION

    Super Channel simpas certainly a little hard to take control early because of the thickness of the varnish but when you eventually get used to it becomes a real treat especially the handle gives a solid feel that impresses for the price.

    Ergonomics is the exellent yet it really surprising, well-balanced comfort of jazz ba…
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    Manufactured in: China

    Neck: Maple / rosewood
    Body: Basswood

    Fixed bridge with brass trigger guard (as a classic vibe) the best effect and ensure a long life for the "made in china"

    21 frets

    Factory setting asse therefore provide an approximate setting small luthier it worth it;)

    Volume 2 tone one remains in the registry jazz bass

    UTILIZATION

    Super Channel simpas certainly a little hard to take control early because of the thickness of the varnish but when you eventually get used to it becomes a real treat especially the handle gives a solid feel that impresses for the price.

    Ergonomics is the exellent yet it really surprising, well-balanced comfort of jazz bass cheap and convenient.

    SOUNDS

    Not having kept the original pickups for a long time (he did not get along with my amp) and have replaced with Seymour Duncan just reminds me that I was well designed it to be clean without too much bass, good little microphones that his property work just right in fact ^ ^ 'but the upgrade is by no means superfluous (as with the classic vibe) with a nice pair of Seymour will not have the squier much to envy a mex fender;)

    Playing mainly on the funk in a fender BXR 100 it suits me quite the sound is warm and clear round nothing to do with a SQUIER VM with a little patience it is possible to play almost like a real jazz bass you tell me;)

    OVERALL OPINION

    using it for nearly 5 months when she did not disappoint me

    I find terribly catchy color (it will not leave anyone indifferent) this little low like at any point (except finishing) a cousin of JB CV perfectly kind of small bass that we want to keep it below the elbow, even when Taking the level and that can upgrade without qualms because it requires only the. More value for money is very good tool for a perfect bass player broke or beginner.

    No need to buy a Squier Vintage Modified whereas for a hundred dollars more you have an instrument that will follow you throughout your life.

    I do it is unfortunately not 10 because I still preferred a maple fingerboard and / or a reinforcing bar in walnut, but it was not always good things in life

    And yes I do it again with the experience again as his choice 220euros bought almost new (I was luis made his first SOFC) it was worth the blow squarely.
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