Wallet-friendly Bass Delivers the Goods!
Get outstanding playability and tone with the Affinity Series Jaguar from Squier. This wallet-friendly 4-string bass features a resonant, lightweight poplar body that is friendly on the back, ensuring hours of comfortable performance. A smooth maple neck with Indian laurel fingerboard delivers wonderful response and playability for laying down sweet grooves up and down the neck. Plus, a single Squier humbucking pickup serves up a classic, fat, punchy tone that can be dialed in to fit a variety of styles.
Single ceramic humbucker delivers the goods
When it comes to bass, a single humbucker can do wonders, and this Squier pickup proves just that. Squier utilized this straightforward approach while constructing the Affinity Series Jaguar Bass H, loading it with a single ceramic humbucker that bellows when pushed to the limit and backs off nicely when playing softly. It works exceptionally well for genres of all kinds, making the Affinity Series Jaguar Bass H a fantastic beginner bass and a formidable backup for gigging musicians.
Fast, comfortable neck with a medium scale length
The neck on Squier's Affinity Series Jaguar Bass H is made from solid maple with an Indian laurel fingerboard, tailor-made for fast playability and stellar response. Its 20 medium jumbo frets provide you with added playing comfort, keeping hand and finger fatigue at bay and producing a wonderful tone. Best of all, its 32-inch scale length makes it a breeze for guitarists to transition to bass without overstretching their fingers. Meanwhile, it's also easier for beginners and players with smaller hands to adapt to the neck.
Squier Affinity Series Jaguar Charcoal Frost Metallic with Indian Laurel Fingerboard Features:
- Fender quality with great Squier value
- Single ceramic humbucker gives you powerful bass tones with plenty of versatility
- Volume control and master tone control let you dial in your own sound
- Fast-playing maple neck with 20 medium jumbo frets and Indian laurel fingerboard
- 32-inch medium scale length feels comfortable in the hands of beginners, players with smaller hands, and guitarists looking to add a bass to their collection