I never did a NBD for this bass but it definitely deserves some attention. My first bass was an 80s Squier, it was insanely difficult to play, the action was way too high and the neck was warped but it worked. I’d been turned off of Squier since then but I got this on a whim, mostly to travel with and use for teaching (it’s easier for beginners if I don’t have extra strings). The fretwork isn’t amazing but it functions totally fine. The neck isn’t a perfect fit but again it works fine although it is a bit chunky (as old p-basses were as well). The control knobs turn smoothly, no unwanted noise, etc. The finish is a little weird, it’s almost like they didn’t put enough coats on? The pickups are SDQPs, the stocks weren’t too bad but I wanted a little more beef. For $380 I’m very pleased, I think it looks and sounds vintage, cost a house less than an actually 50s Pbass and 1/3rd of the sting replica, I honestly don’t really care if I drop it or anything either haha. I have actually used this for 2 sessions and a few gigs, no idea when that material will be released but I’ll definitely post here when it does. In the meantime here is a no effort demo I recorded just now, through an HX stomp preset. Incredible bang for the buck IMO Squier is underrated.