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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by TheFenderBender, Jul 21, 2012.
They dont have a pickguard and are pretty neat, and generally play pretty nice.
mine has the guard actually.I dont think they are as sought after as the MIJ basses,but mine is still the best squier I've ever played,and the refinish makes it slightly more sought after
dont know if mines an 89 but it is squier two and it does kick ass.from what I've seen tough,they dont sell for much. like 200-250.
I had one with the PG and I'll say this: It had a fantastic neck and was a great bass for the money.
Like I said, the neck was great and it had that classic P bass vibe that was everything you'd want in a good, cheap bass.
The color was also quite nice. But I'm a sucker for pearl white.
I only paid $100 and eventually traded it for a much better bass, but it was well made. It was the full thickness body, not like the newer, flatter Squiers. But... ply wood. So as much as that one was a winner, there were duds, too, I'm sure.
Squier II's have awesome necks, but most of the rear-routed versions I've seen have plywood bodies. Not that plywood is bad, but it is lower value.