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Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass
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Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass

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

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Pierre3452 Pierre3452

«  Excellent value for money »

Publié le 05/17/11 à 02:13
Value For Money : Excellent
The basic characteristics are known and I will not:)

Mine was fitted with a Badass II bridge and a bone nut ... It is fortunate because the original bridge is a crap ... Just a piece of folded sheet, but let's not be too demanding given the price of new .....

UTILIZATION

I have a little trouble with the handle, yet I resolved the best .... I find it "difficult" and more "natural" compared to my Fender Jazz bass Mex ...

Very late to the head, and difficult access to the treble is a fabrication that is worth its price

Perhaps a matter of habit .... but I'd like to change it .... To be continued:)

The bass is quite heavy and the balance is average (take a JB U.S. on your lap and you will understand ...)

I said (again. ..).... Although the price / quality ratio is excellent, the bass is absolutely not comparable to a U.S. .... JB For cons, the JB Mex not worth the advertised price .... and the U.S. .... and Ben YMMV .....

SOUNDS

I rather play Jazz / Blues and Rock from time to time ....

The pickups are very original ways ... (very subjective opinion) very Medium / high, crystalline and without heat ....; (Growl?? Is not it?) ....

I love the warm sound and "Growl" (as they say ....:))
I replaced the microphone by a Neck Fender reissue 75 (it seems more likely that it is "funk") purchased on Ebay U.S. ..... AND, OF REAL SERIOUS Y'a .......
Rather accustomed to using the neck pickup .... The microwave bridge is an original horror, except buggers ....

I changed the knobs by CTS, and changed the jack ...

Finally, my bass has no relation to the original model:)

I forgot, I use a Minimark MarkBass that I carry around everywhere ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few months, bought a second bass ....


For 250 € paid to OCCAZ with bone nut and Badass ... I'm happy ... especially with the micro chgt ....

Rest the handle that can better ....

To conclude: I love the body of this bass, light wood, the look ....
The pickups are a horror ..... A CHANGE!

The quality / price is GREAT!

I eyeing the real (Fender 75 ).... but need a package Noros!

Musically!
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