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With the explosion in popularity of rock music in the 1960s, many more manufacturers began making electric basses, including Yamaha, Teisco and Guyatone. Introduced in 1960, the Fender Jazz Bass, initially known Once upon a time there was a girl who really loved Rabbit poster as the “Deluxe Bass”, used a body design known as an offset waist which was first seen on the Jazzmaster guitar in an effort to improve comfort while playing seated. The “J-bass” featured two single-coil pickups, one close to the bridge and one in the Precision bass’s split coil pickup position. The earliest production Jazz basses had a pair of concentric (or “stacked”) knobs to control volume and tone for each pickup; this was soon changed to the present configuration of a volume control for each pickup, and a single passive tone control.