Pros - Great feel and finish, love the color! The neck is so thin and comfy for me. Wonderful sound with the T.I strings. Great bridge.
Cons - Can't think of any. Didn't come with a case.
To be clear, this is the Fender MIM FSR version P/J with the Jazz-style bound maple neck.
I bought this online- without playing, usually a big no-no, but I loved the color and the P/J. However, I have been nothing but pleased every time I pick it up, from the first time right out of the box. The feel and build quality are just top-notch. no sharp frets and everything fits perfectly. The action can be adjusted down as low as you want - the neck is just right.
The sound? I changed the strings to the amazing T.I. Jazz Flats - the sound is fabulous as well as the feel. These are the PERFECT strings for this bass, and well worth the price since you will never ever change them.
Yeah - I know everyone gives rave reviews to basses that THEY have bought, but this one really deserves it. The (noiseless) Jazz pickup provides a little extra edge if needed, but can give the P sound if required. My MIA P is not getting any play since I got this one.
Pros - Beautiful look
Silky smooth Playability
Great sounds for attack driven tonality (funk, rock)
Cons - Not as great for round/warm low-end tone
This is an amazing bass for the price!! This is my second bass after my entry level Schecter Stiletto Extreme - 4. This without a doubt made an immediate improvement to my tone, and rate of development (due to ease of playing). You can fly on the super thin jazz neck and it isn't overly heavy.
I'm no wiz kid when it comes to tech specs, but I do know that this is a very comfortable, affordable, and playable bass and would recommend it to anyone. Someone else can write a better review...