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Fender Reggie Hamilton Jazz Bass Black 

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

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A do-it-all Jazz Bass that can cover any session.

Designed to Reggie Hamilton's specific playing needs, this bass offers bass players uncompromised tone and features. The Jazz Bass body is fitted with an American Series Precision bass pickup and a custom Noiseless Jazz bass pickup in the bridge position. Includes a deluxe gig bag!

  • Alder body
  • Maple neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • 20 frets
  • 1 American Series Precision Bass pickup (neck)
  • 1 Custom Noiseless Jazz Bass pickup (bridge)
  • Mini-toggle active/passive switch
  • Active mode: master volume, pickup pan, 3-band EQ with bass, mid, and treble boost/cut
  • Passive mode: master volume, pickup pan
  • Black/white/black 3-ply pickguard on black version
  • 4-ply tortoise shell on sunburst version
  • American Vintage Jazz bridge
  • Open gear tuning machines
  • Hipshot Bass Xtender drop D key on the E string
  • Includes a gig bag

An especially cool version of the Jazz Bass that will serve you especially well. Order today.


Reggie Hamilton Jazz Bass Specifications:

  • Body: Alder
  • Bridge/Tremolo: American Vintage Jazz Bass
  • Case Included: Includes a FREE deluxe gig bag
  • Controls: Active mode: master volume, pickup mpan pot, three-band active EQ with treble boost/cut (+/- 14 db at 2 kHz to 18 kHz with a peak at 8 kHz), mid boost/cut (+/- 12 db @ 1 kHz) and bass boost/cut (+/- 15 db @ 30 kHz); Passive mode: master volume, pickup pan
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Frets: 20 vintage style frets
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Machine Heads: '70's Fender stamped open-gear tuning machines with Hipshot Bass Xtender Drop D tuning key on E string
  • Neck Material: Maple
  • Nut Width: 1.50"
  • Pickup Switching: Mini-toggle active/passive switch, pan pot
  • Pickups: American Series Precision Bass Pickup (middle), Custom Noiseless Jazz Bass Pickup (bridge)
  • Scale: 34"
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FenderReggie Hamilton Jazz Bass

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


great concept


from The Big Apple New York City

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  • Good Tone


  • Neck is the main culprit

Best Uses

  • Practicing
  • School Bands

Comments about Fender Reggie Hamilton Jazz Bass:

overall a nice bass,but the neck and truss rod leaves one wondering if the bass is worth it.I tried to adjust the neck and the truss was hard to turn and when it did,it wouldnt all the way.I had a bad bow in the neck and the truss rod didnt relieve it at full turn.Fender should addresse this problem and take heed,they should make a neck like the road worn jazz Imho has the bass neck of all the fender jazz basses.

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)


Reggie Hamilton Jazz Bass


from New Jersey

Comments about Fender Reggie Hamilton Jazz Bass:

The Reggie Bass is pretty much everything I would want Fender to build me for MY Signature Bass. It has a Drop-D tuner on the "E", USA P-Bass AND USA Noiseless Jazz pick ups. The neck is a very comfortable Jazz neck with really cool aging toner that gives it a great look. The PASSIVE/ACTIVE circuit is outstanding and makes this one of the most versatile basses I have played in a long time. This bass does it all: Solid P-Bass ROCK! to funky J-Bass POP! I will be adding a BadAss II bridge (suggested by Reggie himself) to complete my main axe. By the way, if you are unfamiliar with Reggie, check him out, he rocks!

(36 of 71 customers found this review helpful)


nice bass


from Guayaquil, Ecuador

Comments about Fender Reggie Hamilton Jazz Bass:

Really good at work great features very versatilely passive active helps a lot to make different tones I highly recommended this bass

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