Returning to possibly the greatest period in Jazz Bass history, the Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass 70s features a comfortable maple body, smooth maple neck, and powerful Fender designed single-coil pickups to provide the superb ‘70s sound and style for this generation of bassists.
Built from maple, and using the iconic double-cutaway body, the Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass ‘70s oozes style. Providing rich, warm tonal variety with good attack and lasting sustain, maple is the number one choice in body woods for versatility. The Squier VM ‘70s Jazz Bass is easily capable of recreating the sounds from any of your favourite genres.
The Squier Vintage Modified ‘70s Bass uses a hard maple neck that offers long-lasting durability and maximum player comfort. The neck also sports a maple fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets and black block inlays, the maple offers smooth playability and easy transitions from any note or chord.
Electronics & Hardware
Equipped with two Fender designed single-coil jazz pickups, the Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass ‘70s offers all the unique, distinctive tones you would expect from a Fender bass, with epic versatility. The pickups are controlled with the two volume knobs, and a master tone knob.
The Squier Vintage Modified ‘70s Bass uses a 4-saddle standard bridge, providing balanced string tension and intonation with lasting sustain. Other features include standard open-gear machine heads offering precise and accurate tuning, and a 3-ply pickguard to protect the lustrous finish.
Manufacturer Squier Model Vintage Modified Jazz Bass '70s Body Material Soft Maple Neck Material Maple Fingerboard Material Maple Number of Strings 4 Pickup Configuration SS Active/Passive Passive Product Range Jazz Bass Neck Profile C Shape Number of Frets 20 Scale Length 34" Fretboard Radius 9.5" Fretboard Inlays Block Tuning Machines Standard Open-Gear Pickups (Middle/Bridge) Fender-Designed Single-Coil Jazz Bass/Fender-Designed Single-Coil Jazz Bass Pickguard 3-Ply Black Bridge 4-Saddle Standard Controls Volume 1. (Middle Pickup) Volume 2. (Bridge Pickup) Master Tone
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