Fender Player Jazz Bass V 5-String with Pau Ferro Fingerboard

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The distinct tone of a professional bass with the addition of the low B-string, the Fender Player Jazz Bass V is a remarkable instrument that will inspire anyone who picks it up! With its dual single-coil pickups and smooth playing feel, the Player Jazz Bass V has elevated style and authentic Fender bass tone. Its powerful, rumbling sound is punchy and tight; a growling voice that’s matched with fast, smooth playing feel for a shot of creative inspiration. Ready for action in the studio, or on the stage, the Player Jazz Bass V can take anything you can think of—and everything you haven’t yet.

Respecting our heritage while maintaining our innovative spirit, the two growling Player Series single-coil pickups are packed with legendary Fender bass tone, turned up to 11 for modern ears. Volume controls for each and a master tone control are close at hand to shape the pickups’ powerful voice so you can easily craft your sound. The ‘Modern C’-shaped maple neck hosts a 9.5 inch-radius fingerboard with 20 medium-jumbo frets that are ideal for almost any playing style, while the 5-saddle bridge is engineered for accurate intonation and easy action adjustment so you can personalize the feel to your playing style and taste.

Other features include a 3-ply pickguard, synthetic bone nut, vintage-style disc string trees, open-gear tuning machines and a four-bolt F-stamped neck plate that marks this instrument as the real deal—as Fender as it gets.

When you need a bass that can help you get to the next level—one that has genuine Fender sound, style and feel—reach for the Player Jazz Bass V.

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Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  (800) 856-9801 Warranty:  Custom Shop: Limited 2 Years; Stringed Instruments: Limited 2 Years; Electronic Products: Limited 2 Years; Fortis: 5 Year Limited, Transferable; Accessories: 1 Year Limited; IEM: Limited 1 Year; Vacuum Tubes: 90 Days

Product Specifications

Fender Player Jazz Bass V Pau Ferro Specifications
  • Series: Player
  • Body Material: Alder
  • Body Finish: Gloss Polyester
  • Neck: Maple
  • Neck Finish: Satin Urethane Finish on Back of Neck with Gloss Urethane Headstock Face
  • Fingerboard Material: Pau Ferro
  • Number of Frets: 20
  • Fret Size: Medium Jumbo
  • Position Inlays: White Dots
  • Nut Material: Synthetic Bone
  • Nut Width: 1.875 inches (47.6 mm)
  • Tuning Machines: Standard Open-Gear
  • Scale Length: 34 inches (864 mm)
  • Bridge: 5-Saddle Vintage-Style
  • Middle Pickup: Player Series Alnico 5 Single-Coil Jazz Bass
  • Bridge Pickup: Player Series Alnico 5 Single-Coil Jazz Bass
  • Controls: Volume 1 (Middle Pickup), Volume 2 (Bridge Pickup), Master Tone
  • Control Knobs: Vintage Style Black Plastic Jazz Bass
  • Hardware Finish: Nickel/Chrome
  • Strings: Fender USA NPS, (.45-.125 Gauges)
  • Pickguard: 3-Ply Parchment

Customer Reviews

Review: Chris Submitted: 11/8/2018

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.



This is my go to bass
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I was looking for a quality bass on a budget for my studio and this beast is something else. The strings feel so good and the quality of instrument build is top quality.

Review: Daniel T. Submitted: 10/6/2018

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.



Awesome!! But,

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It is most definitely a Fender Jazz V5 bass but to be honest there were a couple things about it that discouraged me about purchasing another one of the Player Series. This is my second Player Series bass, my first was the 4 string P and then this 5 string V. Both had the very same discouraging features about them: 1. The neck is pretty much as concaved as it can be. I probably could have nocked an arrow on the B String and make Robin Hood proud. It took quite a few turns of the truss rod to get the neck leveled out. 2. Once I leveled the neck then the next very obvious issue comes to light, saddle height. Set very low and end up with strings clanking the last fret when fingering unless breaking wrist way over forward. So I had to set that which has gotten things a lot closer. The nut looks rough in the slots and essentially unfinished but the frets that I have seen people complain about have been outstanding. Honestly, the VM Squier version will give this one a run for money.


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