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Squier Standard Jazz Bass

4-string bass guitarfrom the Squier Jazz Bass series

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kip'on's review

By kip'on, 08/07/2007
Low in Indonesia made of good quality, much better than some similarly priced guitars (Storm and Co. do not matter violin, in my humble opinion), 22 frets, 2 single JB pickups, one neck pickup volume, one volume and one tone micro acute General. In short a "real" JazzBass affordable!
The series differs from the Standard Model from Affinity finish much chiadée (nice knobs in metal and not plastic, net rosewood on the back of the neck ...) and microphones.
Its price is 300 €. The price / quality ratio is exemplary.


The neck is very thin, thinner than on most electric bass and very long but you get used very quickly. The lifts do not move too much. The body is a little heavy but it must matter to send the sound! Everything is comfortable, nothing more.


This is where it gets interesting. ^ ^
Name ...
Funkfans friends and fans as Jazzbass Miller, Pastorius, Larry Graham is as good as a good Camembert (electric) ... Forgive the comparison, but found that to say - almost - the authentic sounds of the masters! Bleuffant. There's more work than the technique!
Obviously the small does not make the weight with a high fly Fender (it is not), sounds are relatively rough. Here are the settings:
- For the Miller, the two volumes thoroughly.
- For its Pasto, acute microwave background and some micro bass.
- For the Motown sound, the microphone serious donf.
The settings vary depending on the tone settings on the amp.
A small problem (there always) is the presence of breath when playing with a single microphone.
Other than that everything is good: the finger or slap, in many different styles like Jazz, Funk, Blues to Hard! (See John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin)


This is probably one of the most versatile bass in this price range, it was worth the money! It's been over a year I have it not move a muscle, except that I could not resist the urge to défretter. The sound is really nice like that. I would do without this choice problem.

peat268's review

By peat268, 09/01/2006
Manufacturing indonsienne
Saddle handle 20 frets
2 micros simple, knob a volume for each pickup and one tone
slecteur no microphone, SETTING THE balance between the two being made by the potentiomtres ...
Agathis body.


The handle is not too dsagrable play, the only problem is that it easily frieze, which is relatively embtant, casually .. even when much infrieur comfort of a round of US ...
the highs are easy to ACCS, and gnral the strings of D and G do not border on just the E and A in the bass like the highs are very sensitive ... annoying.


I play on an old Fender head (with lights in for Lumire) and a Gallien 4x10, so makeup is not bad its not the top top microphones.
Either you put the bass back, and the fact that she made up with a frieze is a heavy clump is trebble you put the block, and the fact that it adds to the frieze slamming, and gives a nice effect, according to that we play. like all the other low in fat.


I play it for beginners December 2004, and I have been dj rergler the handle 1 or 2 times, and I will learn to avoid rgler me even my dealer and I even lost too much time ... This is quite low CHRE for what that is, you pay the brand fender described in the little round head, that is a shame. So many see what the other brands, see up in the 400-450 for something more fun and better bill.
The fact is that it is pretty trs Agathis natural color, but if I had to choose again, I repeat do not, unless I really can not put more ...

Fender Indonesian

By jonbeg, 29/05/2012
Squier by Fender Indonesia, to which I added Di Marzio for a more aggressive and rather satisfying.


use is nice, it's a Jazz bass, and legendary design and ergonomic proven!


from jazz to rock thanks to a funky sound, groove becomes easier!
Note that I put a 9, but thanks to Di Marzio DP149


Good model obviously more affordable than Japan or Mexico, but to start all that evolution is sufficient to di marzio a more than respectable value for money!

perfect for me!

By Vinsaw Aden Ôhm, 16/02/2013
Squier JazzBass, manufactured in Indonesia, 20 frets, pickups: 2 single coils, buttons: 2 volumes and a tone


the sound is clean perfect ergonomics (in my case) nothing to say


ideal for slap, perfect for playing fingers, great for playing with a pick (but it is not my thing)
the range of sound is not too bad, but between the amp and effects easily I spend a large dub sound very heavy and warm sound industrial cold flapping desire to slap


I started playing bass 18 years ago and I learned on a copy of JazzBass Jim Harley, then went four years later in an Epiphone LP, on which I played until September 2012. I was just looking for a small amp in ads for work at home and I'm tobe an offer on a behringer amp 60w + cettte bass, fly and 300euros for a tripod, I went to try it all and there! magic! I felt comfortable as I had never been on a low (I even had a Warwick), I bought and played on LesPaul to test the amp, and then more nothing, as if I was playing for the first time over, not good at all
I just think it again a little body paint immediately I just paint pickgard), and perhaps revise the electronics on it later, because even if it is a cheap bass, we know that our a bunch of years, and the next, for sure it will be a Fender JazzBass
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Squier Standard Jazz Bass tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Squier
  • Model:Standard Jazz Bass
  • Series:Jazz Bass
  • Category:4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/16/2006

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