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24 fret Jazz basses ??

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Ingemar, Nov 9, 2006.

  1. Ingemar


    Sep 12, 2000
    Anyone who knows about any 24 fretted "jazz bass" styled basses?
  2. Well, at the risk of being painfully obvious...

    Fender Jazz 24.


    MAJOR METAL The Beagle Father Supporting Member

    This is one fine bass , Sadowsky 24 fret 5 string. [​IMG][/IMG]
  4. Ingemar


    Sep 12, 2000

    Ohhh... stupid me.

    I obviously should have added that I'm looking for a bass to attach my Roland V Bass GK2B pup on, and the "classic" jazzbass body style leaves that nice space.
    (Fender Jazz 24 got to much knobs in that area :-(

    But... I want to detune to DGCF and still reach that high E tone.That's where the 24 frets come in handy.
  5. Eugen Classic series basses are wonderful!
  6. Ingemar


    Sep 12, 2000

    I Googled for
    Eugen classic series Jazz bass
    but didn't find anything.

    Any links?
  7. SuperDuck


    Sep 26, 2000
  8. Ingemar


    Sep 12, 2000
  9. Human Bass

    Human Bass

    Aug 26, 2005

    nah, in a traditional jazz it is already hard to reach the 21st fret, the 24th would be totally useless.
  10. Swimming Bird

    Swimming Bird

    Apr 18, 2006
    Wheaton MD
    Actually, so does my five-string Ibanez Soundgear. The GK-3B works fine if you shift it over -- the split pickup isn't string dependent, it just needs a single string (ie frequency range doesn't matter). I've had no more tracking issues with the pickup moved over one string than intended as I had in the first place. I use a GR-20, so the tracking should matter more on mine. I don't think it's an issue.
  11. Ingemar


    Sep 12, 2000

    Now I've checked out that "replacement 24 fret neck" a bit and I think that 24th fret are unreachable on a standard jazz body.

    Any other suggestions?
  12. www.eugen.no the site is pretty bad though

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