Fender Player Series Jazz Bass PF BLK


Electric Bass

  • Body: Alder
  • Maple neck
  • Pau Ferro fretboard
  • Matte neck finish
  • 20 Frets
  • Nut width: 38.1 mm
  • Scale: 864 mm (long scale)
  • Pickups: 2 New Player AlNiCo V jazz single coils
  • 2 Volume knobs and 1 tone knob
  • Standard open gear machine heads
  • Ex-factory stringing: Fender 7250M .045 - .105 (article nr 142933)
  • Colour: Black
available since June 2018
Item number 439309
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Color Black
Soundboard Alder
Neck Maple
Fretboard Pao Ferro
Frets 20
Scale Longscale
Pickup System JJ
Elektronic Passive
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Incl. Gigbag No
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Delivery free of charge expected between Monday, 12.06. and Tuesday, 13.06.
My cheapest and favourite bass
AndiBass EST 09.12.2019
I bought this bass after very serious research of reviews and trying different jazz basses available. My goal was to find good quality and good sounding bass which is affordable. I can say I found it and I am 100% satisfied of my choice.

* Affordable (compared with any other Fender J-Bass)
* Extremely good sounding (very much like USA-made instruments)
* Very comfortable and fast neck
* Fretwork was well done
* Mine was set up perfectly in the factory

* Pao ferro fretboard looks weird reddish brown and feels rough
* Tuning pegs could be better quality
* Body does not resonate like higher end Fender basses

I own fretless Standard Series J-Bass from 2017. Honestly I can't tell any difference between the two instrument bodies. Maybe my Standard J-Bass was ahead of time and had "more traditional body radii" already then :)

About a month ago I bought and soon sold a Squier CV 70s J-Bass which was of poor quality. I tried American Standard/Professional and Performer Jazz Basses which were outstanding quality but I won't take them to any pub gig. Player Series was perfect choice in between.

I recommend this Player Series J-Bass