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Fender 'Pete wentz' bass?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by neuralsnafu, Feb 17, 2013.


  1. neuralsnafu

    neuralsnafu

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    Been looking for a pbass and found one of these locally and was wondering if these were decent?
     
  2. Twocan

    Twocan Supporting Member

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    Squier bass - I think the art is the only thing that seperates it from a normal squier P
     
  3. ubnomnar

    ubnomnar Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Besides the bat graphics, it also has a narrow 1.5" nut width Jazz neck.
     
  4. bassgod0dmw

    bassgod0dmw Supporting Member

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    I've never player this particular model, but I assume it's similar to a CV or VM series bass. If so, they are nice basses. I like the CV's a little better than the VM.
     
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  6. neuralsnafu

    neuralsnafu

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    eh, theres a mim pbass for the same price locally. going to look into that one first...
     
  7. goldenglory18

    goldenglory18

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    Does the Wentz have quarter pound pu's in it?

    I know the basses he actually uses does....
     
  8. Seba_H5001

    Seba_H5001

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    Pete Wentz sucks, get the MIM :D
     
  9. Borzi_4

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  10. Wallace320

    Wallace320

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    He uses RI '57 Ps, but his Squier signature model has an horrible agathis body with an unfinished Affinity maple neck and fingerboard

    No Seymour Duncan SPB3 over there for sure, don't really know if it's Duncan Designed, anyway it's sure no Chris Aiken's
    "close-to-quarter-pound" one.

    I wouldn't recommend it.

    Cheers,
    Wallace
     
  11. mcm

    mcm

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    It's just like him, a wentz ha
     

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