The very first expanded bass is believed to be the Fender V, which was produced in 1965. Despite finding favor with prominent musicians like John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin, this electric bass guitar did not come into its own until after 2000. It was adopted by many metal bass players who wanted to reach lower tonal ranges in their music. This guitar is now used by musicians in many different genres, such as rock, jazz, and even country. Fender, Yamaha, and Ibanez all make varieties. The Ibanez bass is preferred by metal musicians. The Fender Jazz Bass V expands one of the Fender standard models. These electric bass instruments are made of premium woods like rosewood and mahogany, so they have strong resonance.