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Korean Squier Precision bass

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by ClassicalJ23, Feb 8, 2013.

  1. ClassicalJ23

    ClassicalJ23

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    Hello!
    Does anyone the know the allen wrench size for a 1995 korean squier ll p bass?:meh:
  2. TheAnalogKid

    TheAnalogKid Yer Doin' GREAT!!!! Supporting Member

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    I take it you mean truss rod Allen size?

    If that's the case, I recommend (read: my opinion) buying a set of cheap METRIC Allen-type wrenches. You can get these for way less than 10 bucks. I believe the truss rod screw will be between ~ 4-5mm, I say this because my MIK Ibanez used a 4mm Allen-type screw for the truss rod.

    Side note: Japanese & Korean Squier basses are very nice. I had an MIJ Jazz; I regret selling it!
  3. yellofury

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  4. bassbully

    bassbully Endorsed by The PHALEX CORN BASS..mmm...corn! Supporting Member

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    Yes get a good truss rod wrench its worth it. I just got an 89' MIK squier II that had a bad bow but with a little work its a real player now. I love MIJ Squiers, this is my first MIK and its a keeper.

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