Fender Standard Jazz Bass Rosewood Fingerboard Black 2012

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Starting in the late '80s, Fender began producing a classic-styled Jazz Bass in a newly open plant in Ensenada, Mexico dubbed the Standard Jazz Bass. These Basses (often referred to as MIM for Made in Mexico) are considered excellent beginner or utility instruments, and have been offered in a number of different configurations over the years. Like many Fenders, the Standard Jazz Bass is available with either a Rosewood or Maple fingerboard and in a variety of finishes. 

Years of Production: 1988 - present

Body Style: Double cutaway solidbody

Wood Composition: Alder body (some with Basswood or Poplar), Maple or Rosewood fingerboard, Maple neck

Design Elements:  Two single-coil pickups, dot inlays, white pickguard

Product Specs

  • Standard Jazz Bass with Rosewood Fretboard
  • Black
  • 2012
Made In
  • Mexico