Jonas Jonas Jonas Max Jbx The Base BaseX ClassX ClassX Daily Base Daily Base
HUMAN BASE electric basses

are meticulously handcrafted instruments manufactured to the highest quality standards.
Players can choose from a wide range of features and options to completely customized their instrument.

HUMAN BASE INSTRUMENTS Jonas Jonas Jonas Max Jbx The Base BaseX ClassX ClassX Daily Base Daily Base

Daily Base
" is certainly no exaggeration if one considers this masterful sound marvel as
one of the finest basses in the world." (Dirk Groll - Gitarre&Bass 08/2007)

The Base
The Base features a special neck-through design with your choice of maple or ebony fretboard,
a swamp-ash body and figured maple or bubinga top.

The unique deep pocket "Bolt-on" neck joint gives the BaseX a focused voice with balanced
sustain and lively tone.

Jonas and Max
These neck-through basses feature a Canadian Birdseye Maple neck, ebony fretboard and a hand-selected
figured wood top. The special neck through construction produces a premium tone and long sustain.

The curved body shape provides a comfortable, ergonomic fit.
The ClassX has a punchy, yet well-balanced voice with long, strong sustain.

A solid workhorse with a bolt-on neck, a MM style pickup and HUMAN BASE active 2-band electronics.

The JbX incorporates the proven deep pocket bolt-on neck (similar to the BaseX)
with a pair of jazz bass pickups and Human Base designed active 3-band electronics.


All HUMAN BASE models are available as 4, 5 or 6-string, fretted or fretless.

Woods are carefully and deliberately selected, masterfully constructed then combined with
premium electronics and hardware for a well-balanced instrument with optimal playability and
the unmistakeable HUMAN BASE sound and feel.

Over the last decade Siggi Jaeger`s HUMAN BASE instruments have become famous for their
solid craftsmanship, sophisticated construction techniques and for using the highest quality materials available.

"Among bass connoisseurs, Siggi Jaeger is recognized as a prominent maple specialist
and above all, his fretless instruments are considered to be among the best in the business."
(Gitarre&Bass 12/2001)