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Squier Affinity Series J Bass  Black Rosewood Fretboard

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Affinity J BassThe Affinity J Bass features many Fender J-Bass appointments including an off-set waist body, ultra slim fast-action neck and full-ran...Read More

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A value-priced version of the world-famous Fender Jazz Bass.

Affinity J Bass

The Affinity J Bass features many Fender J-Bass appointments including an off-set waist body, ultra slim fast-action neck and full-range bi-pole pickups.

FEATURES
  • Alder body
  • Maple neck
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • Medium-jumbo frets
  • 2 vintage-style single-coil Jazz Bass pickups
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SquierAffinity Series J Bass
 
4.7

(based on 6 reviews)

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(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

a solid bass

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from KC, MO

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Comments about Squier Affinity Series J Bass:

I play trumpet and guitar. I bought this for my wife (trumpet player and music educator) for our wedding anniversary (she'd been talking about both buying a cheap bass and learning to play for a few months, so I knew it would be appreciated and used). I gave it a trial run when it arrived. It's a solid, good sounding instrument. I certainly liked it better than any of the P-Basses or similar models. It came setup pretty well. I haven't had to make any adjustments, or worse take it to the shop.

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(14 of 25 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect for the $, and the performance!

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from Florida Keys

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Comments about Squier Affinity Series J Bass:

The neck: No dead spots, no buzz and straight. Nut: of good Quality Machines: keep it in tune very well. Paint: excellent pickup: Low end is sick(awesome) Bridge: Fender not unless you want to pay 700 or more for a Fender of Amer. quality, and Moderate weight not heavy or lite. Overall I have no shame in my Squire, I have played LTD's, Ibanez even Traben, and dollar for dollar the playability of the Squire is top shelf, I LOVE the feel of the neck the best.

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(14 of 27 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Versatile

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from Singapore

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Comments about Squier Affinity Series J Bass:

I've been using Squier bass since 1998. There is 3 knobs all together, one for the neck pick up, one for the bridge pick up and one for tone. You can produce different kind of sound by playing around with the pick up and tones. For e.g.If you like more percussive slap bass sound then can turn the tone knob down to around 3 o'clock. I like the feel of the bass and it can sustain the note. I change the pick up to EMG to give a better tone. Overall good for the price

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(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

a solid bass

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from KC, MO

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Comments about Squier Affinity Series J Bass:

I play trumpet and guitar. I bought this for my wife (trumpet player and music educator) for our wedding anniversary (she'd been talking about both buying a cheap bass and learning to play for a few months, so I knew it would be appreciated and used). I gave it a trial run when it arrived. It's a solid, good sounding instrument. I certainly liked it better than any of the P-Basses or similar models. It came setup pretty well. I haven't had to make any adjustments, or worse take it to the shop.

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(14 of 25 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect for the $, and the performance!

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from Florida Keys

Site Member

Comments about Squier Affinity Series J Bass:

The neck: No dead spots, no buzz and straight. Nut: of good Quality Machines: keep it in tune very well. Paint: excellent pickup: Low end is sick(awesome) Bridge: Fender not unless you want to pay 700 or more for a Fender of Amer. quality, and Moderate weight not heavy or lite. Overall I have no shame in my Squire, I have played LTD's, Ibanez even Traben, and dollar for dollar the playability of the Squire is top shelf, I LOVE the feel of the neck the best.

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(14 of 27 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Versatile

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from Singapore

Site Member

Comments about Squier Affinity Series J Bass:

I've been using Squier bass since 1998. There is 3 knobs all together, one for the neck pick up, one for the bridge pick up and one for tone. You can produce different kind of sound by playing around with the pick up and tones. For e.g.If you like more percussive slap bass sound then can turn the tone knob down to around 3 o'clock. I like the feel of the bass and it can sustain the note. I change the pick up to EMG to give a better tone. Overall good for the price

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