Fender Jazz Bass Specs

January 20, 2016


Geddy Lee

Fender Aerodyne Jazz BassFender set the standard with the Precision Bass in 1951, following it up the Jazz Bass in 1960. This week we’re taking a look at a bass that sleekly blends the two icons: the Fender Aerodyne Jazz Bass. The blacked out bass features a slender basswood body fitted with a P/J pickup configuration.

Contoured for comfort, the Aerodyne’s top has cream binding to accent the all black body. It skips out on a pickguard and even has a black Stratocaster output jack for good measure. The bass’s maple neck has a “C” profile and is topped by a 7.25″-radius stained rosewood fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets and no inlays.

The hardware, which includes a 4-saddle bridge and knurled dome knobs, is finished in smoked chrome. The Standard Single-Coil Jazz Bass and Standard Split Single-Coil Precision Bass pickups are matched to passive electronics with separate volume controls and a master tone knob.

Strings: 4 Construction: Bolt-on Body: Basswood Binding: Cream Neck: Maple Fingerboard: Stained Rosewood Inlay: Side Dots Frets: 20 Medium Jumbo Nut: Synthetic Bone Pickups: Standard Single-Coil Jazz Bass, Standard Split Single-Coil Precision Bass Electronics: Passive Bridge: 4-Saddle Standard Tuners: Standard Open-Gear Finish: Urethane Other Features:
Source: www.notreble.com
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