Jackson JS Concert Bass Minion JS1X in Satin Silver
This Jackson Minion Concert Bass gives you huge low end performance in a compact package. Bring the thunder with the JS1X.
The new bass Minion JS1X features a shortened 28.6” scale length, solid poplar body, one-piece bolt-on maple neck with graphite reinforcement rods and a 12” radius amaranth fingerboard with 22 jumbo frets and the classic Jackson pearloid sharkfin inlays.
The JS1X features Jackson P style neck pickup and Jackson J style bridge pickup which power this power house 4 string bass. When it comes to sculpting your sound and dialling in your tone, the Concert Bass Minion has you covered with a tone knob and pair of volume knobs giving you a lot of sonic flexibility. The Jackson features an adjustable hardtail bridge with black base plate and Jackson-branded die-cast tuners.
Jackson JS1X Concert Bass Minion Specifications
- Series: JS
- Body Shape: Concert™ Bass
- Body Material: Poplar
- Body Finish: Satin Silver
- Neck Material: 1-Piece Maple
- Neck Construction: Bolt-On with Graphite Reinforcement and Scarf Joint
- Neck Finish: Satin
- Fingerboard: Amaranth, 12” (305 mm) Radius
- Frets: 22, Jumbo
- Position Inlays: Pearloid Sharkfin
- Nut (Material/Width): Black Plastic, 1.5” (38.1 mm)
- Headstock: Jackson® Pointed 4-In-line
- Tuning Machines: Jackson® Sealed Die-Cast
- Scale Length: 28.6” (726 mm)
- Bridge: Hardtail Bridge with Black Base Plate
- Pickups: Jackson® J Style Pickup (Bridge),
- Jackson® P Style Pickup (Neck)
- Controls: Volume 1. (Bridge Pickup), Volume 2. (Neck Pickup), Tone
- Control Knobs: Dome Style
- Hardware Finish: Black
Jackson Guitars and Bass guitars are synonymous with metal and hard rock. Founded in the 1980’s in California, Jackson have produced some iconic designs and their unmistakable headstock has been seen on guitars in the hands of some of the greatest players ever to rock a stage including Steve Vat, Mick Thomson (Slipknot), Buckethead and James Hetfield to name a few. Jackson Guitars have continued to evolve and push the boundaries of sound which also making instruments at an affordable price.