...besides the Roscoe Beck, of course! And, it says Squier on the headstock! Finally got my hands on an Indonesian made, Squier Standard Series Precision Bass Special. Funny lookin' bass, has a P pickguard, but 2 covered(ala EMG) J pickups. Very tight B string(much tighter than any American Standard, American Series, American Deluxe or MIM I have ever found!, almost as tight as the Roscoe Beck!), nice tone, well focused tone on the B, a little uneven string to string response, and the pots are the cheapest and sloppiest I have ever seen. All in all, for $299.00, a great starter 5 string. Why can an Indonesian factory make a bass with a better B than Fender's American or Mexican factory?