Single NFP Jazzplate (updated)

Our Filter preamps, unlike common EQ/Preamps, allow you to completely change the signature sound of your pickups by shifting its resonant peak.
Solderless, fits most Jazzbasses without modifications.

The battery rests comfortably on top of the volume potentiometers.

(3-way passive Tone switch not shown in the picture)

Available as:
  • 2x Volume — 1x active/passive switch — 1x 3-way passive Tone switch — 1x NFP Filter control


  • 1x M. Volume — 1 Blend — 1x active/passive switch — 1x 3-way passive Tone switch —1x NFP Filter control. (+5£)

All our preamps are solderless


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The NFP Jazzplate is just an easy way for Jazz bass players to have the NFP filter sound on their instruments. It is solderless and it should fit on most Jazz basses on the market without any adjustments to the control cavity.

The control plate keeps its traditional configuration of Neck Vol and Bridge Vol that is always in-circuit ( M.Volume and Blend available upon request). It has a Passive/Active switch and an NFP Filter potentiometer which acts as the only EQ control.

Also, a new feature, not shown in the picture, is a 3-way passive Tone switch (as featured on our 800TS Jazzbass preamps). This switch allows for adding two levels of high cut on your signal before it hits the preamp acting as a passive tone, just without a potentiometer.

The NFP is a second-order Lowpass filter with a resonant peak on its cutoff point (4khz) and the potentiometer allows you to sweep from anywhere between 150hz and its cutoff point of 4khz.

Additional information


master volume / blend, volume / volume

Warranty and Conditions

Any of our products will be replaced / fixed and all expenses will be covered once it has been verified that the problem isn’t a result of bad handling or negligence on the owner’s part.

If the damage is due to negligence or wrong handling, the warranty is lost and a cost can occur for the devices repair (the shipping costs will not be covered in such cases).

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