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Stu Clayton
Stu ClaytonBass Player Magazine
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“ . . . if you’re looking for a modern, Fender-inspired instrument, there are a plethora of options out there, but the MVP4 is certainly among the finest of them that I’ve played. The instrument has clearly been conceived by a team that has a passion for the original, but which also knows just where to make small tweaks and modifications that make sense. Dare I say it, I think that Leo would approve.”
Ed Friedland
Ed FriedlandThe Bass Whisperer
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“What sets it [Modern Vintage] from a lot of the other instruments on the market is the attention to detail, the craftsmanship and certain features that you’re not going to find in this price point.”
John Thomasson
John ThomassonLittle Big Town, Matt Nathanson, David Garza, Patrice Pike
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My MVJ4 is gorgeous! It has all of the details from my favorite year for the Jazz bass. The neck feels amazing and has a clear and balanced vintage sound. It is the perfect road replacement for my original 1966 Jazz.
Glenn Fukunaga
Glenn FukunagaRobert Plant, Shawn Colvin, The (Dixie) Chicks
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"My Modern Vintage MVJ4 feels like my old jazz bass in my hands and every note sounds like it should for all styles of music."
Ed Friedland
Ed FriedlandThe Bass Whisperer
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“There are no dead spots on any of my MV basses.” “Modern Vintage instruments have . . . some of the best fretwork I’ve ver seen on a production line instrument.”
Ed Friedland
Ed FriedlandThe Bass Whisperer
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“Something that I’ve noticed about both of the Modern Vintage instruments that I have is that they have really great clarity and purity to each note.” “To my ears, Modern Vintage instruments have a clarity you don’t usually find in a production line instrument.”
Drew Felder
Drew FelderHondobass
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"The MVJ4 stopped me in my tracks at NAMM with its looks, then blew me away with the feel. The torrified neck was as fast and stable as you can imagine and felt like what I had always dreamed a 60's J might feel like to play back in the 60s. I couldn't really hear it very well (because NAMM) so I vowed to get my hands on one again to try out. Fast forward almost a year later and I finally got my hands on my first MVP4. To say i was impressed would be an understatement. I barely put the things down for weeks, and immediately ordered another MVP4 for flatwounds, and an exact copy of the MVJ4 I played at NAMM. All three are incredible basses and inspire me a little every time I pick them up. Do not pass up a chance to get your hands on one of these. You won't regret it!"
John Thomason
John ThomasonLittle Big Town, Matt Nathanson, David Garza, Patrice Pike
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I love my MVP4! It has all of the vintage vibe, plus the little modern details that improve upon the original. The notes are fat, even, and clear all over the neck.
David Bond
David BondNevermind the Scarecrow
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Everything follows tone, inspiration, technique, and amplification. MV’s acknowledgment of that, and their plan to achieve it, gave me the tone I had been chasing. My P bass is also beautiful, as well as, gig tough. Love it
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