Fender Vintera '60s Jazz Bass (2021, Daphne Blue)

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Fender Vintera '60s Jazz Bass

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For players who want the style and sound of Fender’s golden era, Fender created the Vintera '60s Jazz Bass.

Equipped with the coveted features that defined the decade—including period-accurate neck profile and playing feel, along with recreated '60s pickups—this bass has all of the growl that made the J Bass famous.

For authentic, original-era tone Fender re-voiced the pair of single-coil Jazz Bass pickups to sound more like the originals. Gritty and growling, they have the tone that made the J Bass popular.

The Mid '60s C-shaped neck has a 7.25"-radius fingerboard with 20 vintage-style frets for classic playing feel. A vintage-style, 4-saddle bridge with threaded saddles and reverse, open-gear tuning machines provide original-era aesthetics, rock-solid performance and tuning stability.

Other features include 34" scale length, chrome hardware and 4-bolt neck plate.

  • Alder body
  • Gloss body finish
  • '60s C-shape maple neck
  • 34" scale length
  • Two '60s style jazz bass single-coil pickups
  • 7.25" radius
  • 4-saddle bridge with threaded saddles
  • Reverse open-gear tuning machines
  • Includes deluxe gig bag

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