Squier Vintage Modified Fretless Jazz Bass  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a used item.

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Get the expression of an upright with the precise attack of an electric.

The Squier Vintage Modified Fretless Jazz Bass® gives everyone the chance to own a fretless J Bass with warm, singing Fender tone! It has a one-piece maple neck with a lined fretless Ebanol fingerboard, vintage-shape agathis body, and Duncan Designed alnico V single-coil Jazz Bass pickups.


  • One-piece maple neck
  • Fretless Ebanol fingerboard with white celluloid lines
  • Vintage-shape agathis body
  • No pickguard
  • 34" scale length
  • Chrome hardware
  • Vintage-style butterfly tuners
  • Vintage-style 4-saddle bridge
  • 2 single-coil Duncan Designed™ JB101 bass pickups with alnico V magnets

This is a truly affordable Fender-designed Jazz Bass with ultimate expression and killer vibe. Order yours now!

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SquierVintage Modified Fretless Jazz Bass

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(2 of 7 customers found this review helpful)


Amazing Bass

By Nick-X9PJE

from Undisclosed

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Fretless Jazz Bass:

This fabulous bass has amazing tone and gives me that "Pastorial' sound most look for in a fretless bass. By the way- Pastorial; n Something that sounds or is like Jaco Pastorius.

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Squier by Fender Modified Fretless Jazz Bass

By Nate-xved.

from Salem, NH

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Fretless Jazz Bass:

I'd been in the market for a fretless bass for awhile. I'd tracked a couple of songs where a fretless would really bring the song together and just hadn't found a fretless in my price range that would meet all my needs. Through the course of internet and local music store shopping I happened across this bass. I was really more than pleasantly surprised with both its appearance and it's sound quality in particular when compared to the Fender MIM fretless. I'd tried lots of Squier gear over the years and it just didn't do it for me, but this bass was in my opinion a steal for the price. I have a decent bass rig (Ampeg B2E + 4x12 Ampeg cab) and I certainly couldn't tell that the bass was a Squier versus the MIM Fender fretless. Outside of the nice finish the Duncan Designed pickups are great and the neck feels nice too. The action is a bit high for my taste and I'd prefer flat wound strings but it's all subjective. I'll get this bass setup and with the strings of my choice and then I'm sure it'll play like buttah. I'll probably also get a BadAss bridge but that's also a matter of personal taste as the stock bridge is fine.

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(5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)


Smooth with a warm tone.

By Jay Tomashefski

from Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Fretless Jazz Bass:

I recently received this bass as a gift for christmas..and i was extremely pleased with the quality of the sound and the overall feel of this bass..i usally play fretted bass but decided to try out a fretless..and groovin up and down the fretboard has never felt smoother..the tone is very warm and ballsy..and the 3 tone sunburst finish is absolutely beautiful..i would defently recomend this bass for people looking for a tight smooth sound to get funky with and just to jam..and if you are looking for a sound as the likes of jaco pastorious as the fellow bassist befor me said then u absolutly need to pick up this sexy peice of bass heaven!! you will not be disappointed!

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(18 of 21 customers found this review helpful)



By Bender

from Alaska

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Fretless Jazz Bass:

This is an all around great bass!!! I have found no fault with this bass. I play many different instuments (banjo, guitar, mandolin, piano, and bass) and run each through a close inspection and fix anthing that is wrong. To my surprize there was nothing to fix on this bass! I was perfect out of the box. I bought this bass to try to nail the sound of Jaco Pastorius and it managed to nail it! A lot of musicians dislike Squiers insruments and say it doesn't compare to a Fender but this bass in on the Fender level!!

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