The FGN Guitars – Expert Mighty Jazz EMJ-AL-R bass guitar is here presented in an Antique White finish with Rosewood fretboard and Flamed Maple neck. FGN’s Expert line of instrument is designed to appeal to the most discerning of professional musicians. This Expert Mighty Jazz bass comes with Expert fret edges, milled bridge with brass saddles, Moonsault heel cutaway for superior upper fret access, vintage-style GOTOH tuners and unique fingernail fretboard inlays. It additionally comes with a hard case and fretguard.
FGN BOUNDARY MIGHTY JAZZ BMJ-G Antique White
Beautifully made in Japan, the FGN Expert Mighty Jazz EMJ-AL-R in Antique White is now available from Je Matt Guitar, We are Los Angeles’ longest-established guitar specialist. Visit us in our store, where a member of staff will be happy to talk you through its features. Alternatively, buy online for fast delivery to the US, Europe and Worldwide. Every instrument we sell undergoes a rigorous check over and full professional setup before dispatch, ensuring you receive the best possible example.
The Mighty Jazz (MJ) FGN Guitars series are rock-solid workhorse basses. Featuring a slightly thicker body, precision bolt-on construction, and solid road-worthy hardware, these basses offer fundamental bass tones with fat lows and clear highs. With various options of pickups, the MJ basses are sure to fit any music genre.
Circle Fretting System (C.F.S.)
All FGN Guitars and basses have a unique Circle Fretting System (C.F.S.). It was created by FGN based on an idea to offer better pitch and articulation than conventional guitars and basses. All frets are installed on the fingerboard in a slightly curved shape, so that every string crosses all the frets at 90 degrees, i.e. to offer a minimum contact of string on a fret, and it makes the scale length of every string even while it actually varies on conventional fretting. The C.F.S. is a solution for fretting on a traditional guitar and bass and it offers clearer articulation and tones which give dimension when you play a cord and cut through the mix when you play single notes.