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Save $80 on these sleek, limited-edition Squier Contemporary Active Jazz Bass HH models

Cyber Monday guitar deal: Squier Contemporary Active Jazz Bass HH
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As part of its Cyber Monday guitar deals, Sweetwater has launched a raft of sweet discounts – and one of the highlights of its many offers is this hefty discount off Squier’s suave Contemporary Active Jazz Bass HH.

These highly spec'd bass guitars were originally listed for $479, but have now had a whopping $80 slashed off the asking price, bringing the price down to $399 for a four-string, and $449 for a five-string.

What’s more, Sweetwater has managed to secure four exclusive finishes on this model, which you can’t buy anywhere else: Satin Black, Midnight Satin, Burgundy Satin and Olive Satin.

Squier Contemporary Active Jazz Bass: $80 off @ Sweetwater
This tricked-out take on the Jazz Bass is available with a whopping $80 discount, bringing prices down to $399 for a four-string, and $449 for a five-string. Even better, this active humbucker-loaded bass is available in four Sweetwater-exclusive finishes – Satin Black, Midnight Satin, Burgundy Satin and Olive Satin – complete with roasted maple necks and fingerboards.View Deal

Squier’s Contemporary Active bass updates the Fender Jazz Bass formula for today's players, equipping it with a pair of SQR active ceramic humbuckers and an onboard preamp to cover a wide range of tones.

Other features include a C-shaped neck profile with 12”-radius fingerboard, black chrome hardware and oh-so-desirable matching painted headstocks.

Even better, Sweetwater’s exclusive models feature roasted maple necks and fingerboards for improved stability and cooler looks.

Head on over to Sweetwater to snap these up before they're all gone, and be sure to check out our Cyber Monday guitar deals hub and guide to Sweetwater Cyber Monday deals for more killer discounts while you're at it.

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Michael Astley-Brown

Mike is Digital Editor-in-Chief of Guitar World, having spent nine storied years contributing to guitar journalism and a decade-and-a-half performing in bands of variable genre (and quality). He has written and edited for MusicRadar, Total Guitar and Guitarist, and makes prog-ish instrumental rock under the nom de plume Maebe.