Squier Classic Vibe Jazz Bass

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About Squier Classic Vibe Jazz Bass

The Squier Classic Vibe Jazz Bass seems to suit everybody. With its classic looks and sound, it’s a hit with beginners and professionals alike. It is also particularly popular among guitarists who want a solid bass for home recording that won't break the bank.

The Squier Classic Vibe Jazz Bass is a celebration of iconic instruments from the first two decades of production: the 1960s and 1970s. The major difference between the two is the fingerboard. The Classic Vibe 60s uses Indian Laurel which is a warm sounding wood. The Classic Vibe 70s uses maple which is a smoother, bright sounding wood. The Classic Vibe 70s fingerboard also boasts black block inlays which definitely gives it some 70s panache!

Classic Vibe Jazz Basses are popular with beginners because they have a slim neck. This makes it easy to press down the strings. It also has a contoured, ergonomic body shape which makes it very comfortable to hold.

Fretless and left-handed models are included in the range.

What Makes the Squier Classic Vibe Jazz Bass Different?

  • Popular with beginners and pros alike
  • Slim neck and comfortable body
  • Vintage looks
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Squier Classic Vibe Jazz Bass

    Question: What’s the difference between a 60s and 70s Classic Vibe Jazz Bass?
    The difference between these two models is only a subtle one. They have different fingerboard materials with the 60s model sporting Indian Laurel (a rosewood alternative) and the 70s sporting maple with black block inlays. The headstock decals are also inspired by each decade.
    Question: Where is the Squier Classic Vibe Jazz Bass made?
    The Squier Classic Vibe Jazz Bass is made in China.