20 Most Recent Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass Electric Bass Guitar Questions & Answers


The best way is to contact Fender Customer Service. I find I get better info by phone than email, because if there is a question you can clear it up right then. Here's a link
Contact Consumer Relations Fender Support

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Feb 11, 2015


Your guitar was made at the
Fuji-gen Plant (for Fender Japan), Japan
in the Year(s): 1994 - 1995

- via guitardaterproject.org

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Nov 10, 2014


1976 -77 it depends on originality and condition a store will give less for resale private buyers are better but it must be 100% on both orig/condition in the 2000's

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Aug 26, 2014


I would need the complete serial #s, this serial # would be a 1968. Fender did not manufacture a Deluxe (or active) Bass guitar line at that time.

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Aug 12, 2014


What's the question?
Year? 2007

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Aug 03, 2014


Check front of headstock, rear of headstock. Neckplate on the back of guitar. If not, remove neck and check the heel and neck "pocket."

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Jul 26, 2014


Mexico or "MIM" built Fenders are from Ensenada, Mexico plant.
Deluxe versions usually have active electronics (battery driven) and a few other "luxury" components.

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Jul 26, 2014


# z2135395 Your Jazz was built at the Fender Corona, CA. USA Plant.
2002-2003

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Jul 26, 2014


usually on the back of the headstock, sometimes on the neck plate where the screws hold on the neck

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Mar 02, 2014


fret wires are something that needs to be professionally done. i suggest taking it into a shop and have them do a fret job on it.

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Nov 24, 2012


Try reversing the wires in your input jack. Please repost results. Thanks!

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Nov 21, 2011


This sounds like either a bad guitar cable or a bad jack in the guitar. Possibly your friend is not as qualified to find these intermittent problems as needed? These jacks are really junky and often have riveting of the barrel come undone... especially if the retaining nut is overtightened. The LONG barrel like jacks are notorious for failing. You have all the information you need to solve this problem. First try a different guitar cable... (often they are broken or intermittent at the end where they flex). If that doesn't fix it, replace the jack in the guitar. Also verify that the conductive coating paint within the guitar is grounded. Sometimes the contact to it is destroyed when the volume control shafts or jacks become loose and they depend upon the shaft barrel to ground the paint.

Fender Deluxe... | Answered on Jan 31, 2011


I'm an engineer, not a musician. The device is a frequency meter set up to display the musical note input to it. If you pluck a C flat and it shows an A you need to tune your instrument till it shows a C flat. You will have to refer to the manual for operation and modes.

Fender Music | Answered on Dec 04, 2019


yes check the fuse . there is generally a fuse for power switch and that sounds like what your having trouble with. hope that helps you out.

Fender Music | Answered on Sep 27, 2019


Does it still have a hum/buzz when NOTHING is plugged into the INPUT? If so, you MAY have a tub going bad. If the noise is only there when you have your guitar/effects, etc. plugged in, then the problem is the guitar grounding or effects faulty...
FIRST: When the amp is "cool", UNPLUG THE AMP POWER CORD FROM THE WALL! ! ! ! Then CAREFULLY remove and reseat the tubes one at a time. Be sure to insert back into the socket correctly. You MAY just have a bit of corrosion on the tube "pins"....

SECOND:Don't plug anything into the amp, turn on and warm up. GENTLY tap one tube at a time with a WOODEN pencil. DO NOT USE anything metallic (like a screwdriver....) and be VERY gentle. If the noise increases or decreases, you probably have a tube going bad...

That's all I have. If this doesn't cure the issue, best take it to a repair shop . . . .

Fender Music | Answered on Sep 27, 2019


While it is possible (probable) it is caused by the AC mains modulating the output due to a power supply fault, it could be caused by inadvertently creating a hum loop due to poor grounding - check out the link below...

https://www.google.com/search?q=hum+loop+audio&rlz=1C1CAFB_enGB673GB676&oq=hum+loop&aqs=chrome.4.69i57j0l5.8500j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Fender Music | Answered on Sep 27, 2019


first checkout your cable
if you still have problem , change you pickup

Fender Music | Answered on Sep 27, 2019


bring to a music shop fixya doesnt do appraisals

Fender Music | Answered on Jul 01, 2019

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