Originally Posted by C.Linton
One would hope so. That fiesta red and the now OOP sonic blue were and are reasons I would be reluctant to buy one. I was much less hesitant buying the transparent amber VM P with the maple board and black PG, I love that color scheme. I'm thinking though that maybe the limited color choices might be a part of the reason for the overall low cost of Squiers. I don't know that for a fact, though.
That was my original thought as well, but they have really taken off with the CV & CVC telecasters. They come in vintage white, sunburst with double binding, butterscotch, and just released a white body with matching white headstock and black binding and a black body with matching black headstock and white binding.
I think it's time for them to step it up with the basses! But i have read on here that some of the artist model Squiers (like the Matt Freeman model) are basically CV's with more modern frets, which is enticing.