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Squier Contemporary Jazz Bass - Dark Metallic Red
DMS Price: $699.00RRP: $899.00
Adding a shot of modern playability and tone to a beloved classic, the Squier Contemporary Jazz Bass combines exciting new features with classic style for a beast of a bass that’s ready to rule the stage. Eye-catching appointments like a matching painted headstock for a cohesive aesthetic and brilliant chrome hardware are sure to command attention. Player-centric specifications include a slim and fast "C"-shaped neck profile with a 12" fingerboard radius ideal for speed-demon bass runs, while a modern bridge provides titanic rumble with optimal stability. Featuring two Squier ceramic single-coil pickups with a standard Jazz Bass control layout, the Contemporary Jazz Bass is primed to revolutionize.
• Dual Squier ceramic single-coil pickups with standard Jazz Bass controls
• Slim “C”-shaped neck
• 12”-radius fingerboard
• Chrome hardware
• Parchment pickguard
• Matching painted headstock
Condition: New Manufacturer: Squier by Fender Series: Contemporary Product #: 0370400525 Orientation: Right Handed Colour: Dark Metallic Red Body Shape: Jazz Bass Body Material: Poplar Body Finish: Gloss Polyurethane Neck Material: Maple Neck Finish: Satin Neck Shape: "C" Fingerboard: Indian Laurel Radius: 12" (305mm) Frets: 20, Narrow Tall Scale Length: 34" (864mm) Nut: Synthetic Bone, 1.5" (38.1mm) Pickups: 2 x Ceramic Single-Coil Jazz Bass Pickups Controls: 2 x Volume, Master Tone Bridge: 4-Saddle Standard Hardware: Chrome Pickguard: 3-Ply Parchment Strings: NPS, .045-.125 Gauge Other Features: Matching Headstock
Cream Dot Position Inlays
Standard Open-Gear Tuners
Black Plastic Control Knobs
Accessories: Gig Bag/Case Not Included
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Pricing: The RRP is that which is set by the Australian Distributor and does not necessarily reflect a price at which the item has been previously sold.