The Jazz Bass is the second mannequin of electrical bass created by Leo Fender. It’s distinct from the Precision Bass in that its tone is brighter and richer within the midrange and treble with much less emphasis on the elemental harmonic. It has a naturally extra targeted tone than the Precision Bass, with much less low finish and low midrange. Due to these tonal traits, the Jazz Bass is usually most well-liked by bass gamers who search a extra noticeable sound, relatively than serving as a background instrument. The sound of the Jazz Bass has been elementary within the improvement of signature sounds in sure musical genres, akin to funk, disco, reggae, blues, progressive rock, heavy steel and jazz fusion.
Why is it so quiet, is it supposed to be like that? What’s the point of bass if it sounds wimpier than a flute?