Jackson CBXNT IV Bass Guitar Rosewood Fingerboard

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    Classically brutal style and fast playability, the highly versatile CBXNT IV bass holds down the low end. Upgraded electronics make this entry into the lineup a fundamental force to be reckoned with. Perfect for metal—or other styles that demand low, punchy bass—this instrument is an unbelievable value.

    Jackson CBXNT IV Bass Guitar Features

    • Basswood body
    • Maple neck
    • Dark Rosewood fingerboard 
    • Jackson High Output Humbucking Bass pickups
    • Jackson High Mass bridge 
    The heart of this beast is a pair of Jackson High Output Humbucking Bass pickups mated to an active 3-band EQ circuit, adding punch, cut, rumble or grunt to your sound—shaping it with razor-sharp precision before it ever hits an amplifier.

    A Jackson HiMass bridge enhances note attack and sustain without altering your carefully crafted tone while the sealed die-cast tuning machines keep the strings in tune, no matter how hard you dig into them.

    The one-piece neck-through-body design generates formidable sustain while the Speed Neck contour and 12"-16" compound radius rosewood fingerboard make for lightning-fast playability.

    Jackson’s darkly elegant aesthetics cap off this bass—black hardware, pearloid sharkfin inlays and the famous pointed 4-In-Line headstock create a look that’s simultaneously classic and current. The latest in technical bass innovations, the CBXNT IV is the perfect weapon for the musician who requires nothing less than the latest in high-performance bass technology.

    Product Specifications
    Jackson CBXNT IV Bass Guitar Specifications
    • Series: X Series
    • Body Material: Basswood (Quilt Maple Veneer Top on Trans Finishes)
    • Body Finish: Gloss Polyester
    • Neck: 1-Piece Maple Neck-Through-Body with Graphite Reinforcement and Scarf Joint, Speed Neck Backshape
    • Neck Finish: Gloss / Painted
    • Fingerboard: Dark Rosewood, 12” to 16” Compound Radius (304.8 mm to 406.4mm)
    • Frets: 24, Jumbo
    • Position Inlays: Pearloid Sharkfin
    • Nut (Material/Width): White Plastic, 1.625” (41.3 mm)
    • Tuning Machines: Die-Cast Sealed
    • Scale Length: 34” (864 mm)
    • Bridge: Jackson High Mass
    • Pickguard: None
    • Bridge Pickup: Jackson High Output Humbucking Bass
    • Neck Pickup: Jackson High Output Humbucking Bass
    • Controls: Neck Volume, Bridge Volume, Bass, Mid, Treble
    • Control Knobs: Black Dome Style
    • Hardware Finish: Black
    • Strings: NPS, Gauges: .045, .065, .085, .100
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  Warranty:  1 Year
    Jimmy Costanza, jimmy.costanza@yahoo.com
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    I wanted this bass mainly because of its neck-thru design/and overall looks+Scratch and Dent price ($399)! But was skeptical due to the price and "Made in Indonesia" stamp. Ordered Monday morning and got it Friday (so the "2 Day Shipping" claim was false). Well, as usual, I could find nary a scratch or dent on the guitar (and I've bought several from AMS). Was unplayable out of the box, but after a truss rod adjustment, it plays like a dream (action, feel, sustain) I surmised the hardware would probably need to be replaced instantly, but the tuning gears are nice(one is mounted a little off kilter tho) and the bridge seems as good as most high quality aftermarket bridges. This is a really nice guitar. I'm surprised. I can't really vouch much for the electronics, because I haven't actually taken it to a rehearsal yet. They seem legit though. I'm a gear snob(many Gibson and a few Fenders). Not sure if I want to be seen onstage with this yet, but it is truly a great instrument.
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