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  • No. of Frets:
    20
    Scale Length:
    34"
    Construction:
    Bolt-On
    No. of Strings:
    4
    Body Material:
    Agathis
    Neck Material:
    Maple
    Body Finish:
    White/black
    Nut Width:
    1.650"
    Fingerboard Material:
    Rosewood
    Bridge:
    4-Saddle Standard
    Pickups:
    Standard Split Single-Coil Precision Bass
    Other Hardware:
    Two knobs (volume and tone) on a plate.
    Weight:
    Unknown
    EQ / Controls:
    Volume/tone
    Price:
    £290
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Recent User Reviews

  1. Andii Syckz
    4/5,
    "One of the loudest basses I own"
    Tone:
    5/5,
    Build Quality:
    4/5,
    Feel:
    5/5,
    Value:
    4/5,
    Pros - Comfortable, Good output pickup, Stays tuned,
    Cons - Weight (if you're used to playing something lightweight).
    Bought this bass a few weeks ago & unfortunately discontinued in international sales, but man it plays great! I've read reviews elsewhere or just others sharing & saying it's lightweight: Far from it my friend. This bass, or mine at least is pretty heavy & i love weight in a bass giving me something to feel while i dig into it. Build quality is good no sharp frets, set up right out of the box pretty much just a little tweak on the truss rod & I was ready to go. Pickups are decent output, really loud considering it has mini pots (which i'm upgrading to full size pots & changing the 250K tone to a 500K to bring out the brightness even more). The mini pots are the only downfall in my eye really since they really restrict the pickups true nature. Fit & finish this was pretty good, no chips or factory faults on it. One down fall is that some of the bridge screw spin in the void but i'll be replacing the bridge later on in life with a high mass but it does the job well.

    I would recommend this bass even if you're not a green day fan!
    Price Paid:
    345$ CAD, (perks of discount while working in a music store)
  2. A. D. Fairhurst
    3/5,
    "2.5 Stars"
    Tone:
    2/5,
    Build Quality:
    3/5,
    Feel:
    3/5,
    Value:
    3/5,
    Pros - Light
    Nice looking knobs
    Smooth neck
    Cons - Looks out of place among other P basses
    Tinny sound
    Screws on control plate came loose
    Neck just asking to get damaged
    Chunky neck
    The bass has good-looking hardware, which is nice. Also, it is very light. However, because of the light wood, the tone isn't very good and is very tinny. The (very thick) neck has very little lacquer on it, making it smooth and not sticky, but that means any marks on it are never going to come off. Plus, it's unprotected from much damage. The screws in the control plate came out after a couple of months and I had to replace them. And as a little nit-pick, among a p bass collection (which I plan to have one day) it just looks out of place and sticks out like a sore thumb. It's not bad, but it's not great either. Dirnt was better with a Gibson G3 anyway.
    Price Paid:
    £255 (Prices have recently shot up on Squiers in the UK, though. Annoyingly.)

User Comments

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  1. A. D. Fairhurst
    It also comes in this finish:
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