Fender Jazz Bass American Std 5 V 2011 Bass Guitar
Please, take a look at 5-string Fender Jazz Bass American Std 2011. This instruments have new high mass bridge and graphite support rods in the neck. These Fenders are praised in the West plenty. The new bridge added more sustain to the instrument. Neck is even more stable here and gets tuned easily. It sounds like the good old classical bass, nothing new. But exactly because of this classical Fender tone, it’s been so popular for 50 years now. The sound is warm, right, harmonious and always relevant. You will ask about the 5th string sound. And the answer is: it sounds perfectly. Despite the fact that Fender basses usually have 4 strings, this bass only got better due to the 5th string. Low B is in a perfect balance with the other strings. It doesn’t drop out of a general mix yet doesn’t sound too distinctly. Probably, it is all because of the well-designed bridge and clearer quality control that are peculiar to the instruments of the recent years. The instrument looks fresh and young. There are some marks on it, because it was gigged. The bass comes with a cool, practical semi-hardshell Roadrunner case. It is a wonderful bass with an affordable price. Who likes classical basses and wants it with a good 5th string, I highly recommend this bass. It is a worthy, well-thought and great bass-guitar.