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Squier Contemporary Jazz Bass, Ocean Blue Metallic

Product ID: P-13964

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Model Overview:

The Jazz Bass is revered for its versatility and classic Fender tone, and his been a staple of rock, funk jazz and countless other genres since 1960. Known for its focused sound with a tight midrange and bass response, as well as a slimmer neck profile, the Jazz Bass is a favourite for all kinds of players. Combining the best elements of modern playability and tone with the classic vintage looks of Fender basses of yesteryear, the Squier Contemporary Jazz Bass in Ocean Blue Metallic is a versatile instrument that will appeal to all kinds of players.

The offset Jazz Bass body is fitted with two Squier Ceramic Single Coil pickups that offer a more modern output than traditional Jazz Bass pickups, with a hotter overall output resulting in a deeper low end with top end that cuts through perfectly. Featuring a glossy Ocean Blue Metallic finish with matching headstock, the Squier Contemporary Jazz Bass pays tribute to the slickest looking custom colour Fender instruments of their 60's heyday. 

The Maple neck sports a 'C' shape profile and 12" fretboard radius, making the Squier Contemporary Jazz Bass easy and quick to play across a variety of styles, with a feel that all different types of players will be comfortable with. 

Model Specs:


  • Material: Poplar 
  • Body Shape: Jazz Bass
  • Body Finish: Gloss Polyurethane


  • Neck Material: Maple
  • Neck Shape: 'C' Shape
  • Fingerboard Material: Indian Laurel
  • Number of Frets: 20
  • Nut Material: Synthetic Bone
  • Position Inlays: Cream Dots
  • Truss Rod: 4mm Hex Dual Action
  • Neck Finish: Natural Satin
  • Scale Length: 34"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12"
  • Fret Size: Narrow Tall
  • Nut Width: 1.5"


  • Bridge: 4 Saddle Standard
  • Tuning Machines: Standard Open Gear
  • Control Knobs: Black Plastic
  • Hardware Finish: Chrome
  • Pickguard: 3 Ply Parchment
  • Neck Plate: 4 Bolt Squier

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