Written on: 21/06/2011
I've owned my bass for just over two years and it's the best bass i've ever played. I paid £250 from PMT in Oxford - for some reason these basses are going up in price, saw one in Swindon for £279!!
Yes the action is a little high straight from the box and yes maybe Squier have decided to cut some corners with the bridge (i added a Badass II bridge) but it does everything you need a bass to do, it's great for slap and pop, comfortable for fingerplay and, although i've never tried, i bet it's good for plectrum play too. The neck is superb with a satin varnish to the rear for smooth but grippy play, i really can't recommend this bass enough, i practice twice a week and gig twice a month and it's never let me down.
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