Fender Classic Vibe ‘60s Jazz Bass, Daphne Blue

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ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

The Fender Classic Vibe '60s Jazz Bass guitar is where vintage tone and modern feel meet in a design that's still going strong after more than 50 years. The original model was introduced in 1960, featuring a slim C-shaped neck with an easy-playing 9.5"-radius fingerboard and lightweight alder body. The '60s spaced single-coil pickups are specially designed to deliver deep, rich tones with plenty of punch, making this instrument perfect for rock, blues, and everything in between. The vintage-style tremolo is period-accurate with threaded saddles and adjustable string spacing. Enjoy reliable tuning stability with the vintage-style tuning machines and a retro look with the nickel-plated hardware, '60s inspired headstock design, and vintage-tink gloss on the bass' neck.

FEATURES

  • AUTHENTIC FENDER TONE: Fender Alnico Pickups provide that rich, authentic Fender tone and are inspired by 60's era Jazz basses
  • VINTAGE STYLE BRIDGE: The bass features a vintage-style bridge with threaded saddles and adjustable string spacing for a retro feel
  • ENHANCED TUNING STABILITY: The vintage tuning machines provide the classic look and feel but have the modern benefit of superior tuning stability
  • COMFORTABLE HOLD: The bass has a slim C-shaped neck for a comfortable, smooth playing ideal for nearly any playing style
  • VINTAGE AESTHETIC: Vintage features used throughout the bass include the tinted gloss neck finish for an aged look and nickel-plated hardware give the bass a retro aesthetic

    PRODUCT SPECS

    Manufacturer Part Number 0374530504
    Body Material Poplar
    Neck Material Maple
    Scale Length 34" (86.36 cm)
    Guitar Pickup Configuration S-S
    Pickguard Description 4-Ply Tortoiseshell
    String - Gauge .045-.105


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