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The Jack&Danny JB Vintage 1975 Bass possesses a solid Alder body and a bolt-on Maple neck and a Maple fretboard, which work together to produce a crisp address and enduring sustain. The slim neck with conventional dimensions is incredibly comfortable, even for beginners and offers ideal playability for fat grooves and swift solos.
Two classic single-coil pickups ensure for an authentic sound, with transparency and dynamic for every genre and with fully developed mids and singing highs, even in the heavies band sounds. The passive electronics with two volume controls and a tone blend offers a highly versatile sound.
The vintage style bridge guarantees perfect intonation and string action of the Jack & Danny JB Vintage 1975, while robust tuners lend it great tuning stability.
The authentic vintage look of this great beginner’s bass is accented by black block inlays in the fretboard and the three-ply pick-guard.
The Chinese company Jack & Danny is one of the largest and most famous guitar manufactures in the Far East. World-renowned brand name manufacturers have many of their less expensive models made in large numbers by the master luthiers of Jack and Danny.
For over 10 years our customers have been very satisfied with these Jack & Danny instruments. The extremely low number of returns speaks for itself!
Very nice model, better than any Squire, and much cheaper!
Very nice woods and details.
About the Music Store service, all 5 stars, very fast shipping and all items
very well protected.
Im very satisfied and will buy again.
This one is my first Bass.
I really like the Fender´s and this one is a "clone".
Have an amazing aspect, look really nice.
I like the wood and the looks.
I recommend this bass to learn.
The sound with the bridge pickup or the neck pickup is almost the same.... I dunno is is me that I am a Newbie and cant notice the difference , but is very little the difference between pickups.
It fret sounds a little but that is my problem I think because i am newbie and havent yet enough force in my finger to press hard the strings.
The price/performance ratio is amazing. You wont find any better for such a good price. Really simple to work on and has a good sound. Perfect choice for begginers or to have a second bass choice. Also, a really beautiful design is always good.
I bought this J&D jazz 1970s copy after buying it's sister bass, the 1963 fiesta red copy of a P bass.
I used this bass on a gig as soon as I received it and the rest of the band were blown away with the sounds and looks of it. Admittedly I replaced the strings with a new set of Half Wounds which improved the sounds and fitted a pair of ashtrays just for looks. I love playing this bass. It is so light compared to the real thing.
The High gloss , maple fretboard feels so smooth, far better than the Squire bass and the black, block fretboard inlays make it stand out from the rest of the band.
As far as the company, Musicstore, I am so impressed with their service. So friendly. Where could you find service like that in Britain? I ordered it on the Tuesday and it was delivered to my door on Friday morning, and so well packed. This is the third guitar I have bought from Musicstore and it certainly will not be the last.
I can not recommend this instrument enough. If you are looking for a bass to practice with or to play in a band. Go for it.
Every month we are giving away a shopping voucher among all submitted reviewers worth 500 EURO!
Congratulations to the winner of April: Dominique Huart, Wavre (BE)
The winner from the previous month (March): Roland Gutschick, Neustetten (DE)
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