Fender Highway One Jazz Bass

Fender have upgraded one of their most popular lines. The Highway One series of instruments is built like they used to make ’em, with a satin nitrocellulose lacquer finish to the body that lets the natural tone of the wood shine through. The 2007 “upgraded” model comes with the benefit of the high performance Badass II bridge with grooved saddles. Added to this, Fender have given the instrument a retro 70s styling with typical period headstock logo and body contour. They’ve even thrown in the white dot position inlays to give the instrument that truly authentic look.

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