Fender Jazz Bass
The first Jazz Bass was made in 1960. It was made to accompany Fender’s new guitar at the time, the Jazzmaster. The neck on the Jazz Bass were longer and narrower than any of Fender’s previous models. This new design was intended to mimic the feel of the stand-up bass. Even the new mid tones that the guitars could produce were made with jazz musicians in mind. The sound of the Fender Jazz Bass has been fundamental in the development of signature sounds in certain musical genres, such as funk, disco, reggae, blues, heavy metal and jazz fusion and is now used in almost any genre.
- 1.72Gb, 2500 samples.
- 6 Velocity layers for the sustain (two round robins, so 12 samples per note).
- 15 Velocities for the release.
- Hammer on samples.
- Pick, muted and mick muted samples.
- String noises played randomly.
- Harmonics, ghost notes, string hits samples.
- Advanced UVI scripting giving you access to a simple yet powerfull interface and advanced features.