Squier 40th Anniversary Vintage and Gold Editions

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Tooned, Jan 26, 2022.

  1. alack


    Nov 20, 2000
    I’m not sure I’d be up for a Squier at $600. That said the LPB P looks darn sweet.
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  2. Bass V

    Bass V

    Dec 11, 2008
    Honolulu, Hawaii
    ugh! those with the maple boards are ok looking, but the rest...
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  3. Pretty cool. I kinda dig that black p bass with gold hardware. I don’t understand why some models have gold hardware and some don’t. Regardless, I probably wouldn’t pony up $600 for one.
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  4. LadyLoveStingRay5


    Jul 17, 2004
    No Indian rosewood….:(.
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  5. BarqsBitMe


    Dec 5, 2021
    Many do look nice but I’d have a hard time shelling out $600 for a Squier. Then again I am ready to pay more than that when Sires come back in stock. Perhaps Squier has upped its game since the last time I owned one 20 years ago?
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  6. Yeah, not really into this. I was hoping for more stuff in the Paranormal Series in the 2022 range, since there were rumours of a Meteora bass floating around.
  7. Sub-hoo-fer


    Nov 27, 2015
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  8. You owe it to yourself to try a Classic Vibe series Squier bass next time you’re in a musical instrument store. You might be very surprised how far Squier has come in 20 years
  9. Al Rivera

    Al Rivera

    Mar 20, 2021
    Some very nice looking basses! Looks like they want to match Sire with the block inlays. As far as price,even sire basses have risen to ridiculous levels.
  10. dalkowski

    dalkowski It's "rout," not "route." Supporting Member

    May 20, 2009
    Massachusetts USofA
    TV logo?!? Get me to the nearest fainting couch!
  11. BarqsBitMe


    Dec 5, 2021
    I'll have to do that some time. I have heard their quality has improved and that in general the classic vibe series is way ahead of affinity (which is what I believe mine was).
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  12. mmbongo

    mmbongo I have too many basses. Supporting Member

    My first thought was 'man they look great for $299'!

    But $599? I don't know. That's priced higher/same than G&L Tribute, Yamaha, Sire, Shechter....etc.
  13. dalkowski

    dalkowski It's "rout," not "route." Supporting Member

    May 20, 2009
    Massachusetts USofA
    Light years ahead.
  14. Killing Floor

    Killing Floor Supporting Member

    Feb 7, 2020
    Austin, TX
    I love that Ruby J. Got me thinking.
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  15. Hevy T

    Hevy T Supporting Member

    Jan 11, 2011
    Lethbridge, AB Canada
    You think 600 is high? Look at the Canadian price!! Screenshot_20220126-071142_Samsung Internet.jpg
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  16. at least the Indian Laurel looks better than Pau Ferro, at least in these pics.
  17. H K

    H K Supporting Member

    Jun 18, 2021
    Hold on until end of February/early March ;)
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  18. H K

    H K Supporting Member

    Jun 18, 2021
    I am in the market for a P bass anyway. Was considering the walnut CV 70s one, but now I'm pretty sure I'll end up with one of these. Not a big fan of buying new, but doubt they will pop up on the used market near me any time soon. Can't decide between the blue or black one tho.. 9/10 basses I get a black. Been trying to break that trend.
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  19. I got a Squier P like this. Great bass, surprisingly good sounding for the price. I can't figure though: why the pickguard, if it must be made from uncomfortably cold metal, cannot at least have its edges filed a bit? You really could cut your fingers. Makes me wonder ...
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