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Squier Owners Club

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Bassplayer_479, Mar 22, 2007.


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  1. I am not aware of an "Official" Club for us squier owners.
    While many say "meh" to the lesser of fender's domian, I say the're great first basses and many of us have held on to ours! (Ill have some pics up of my first bass, an MB-4, soon)
    PM me and I'll get you on the list ASAP!
    PS...Pictures are always great!

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  2. blankstare77

    blankstare77

    May 19, 2006
    I'm saving up for the Modified Jazz. That thing is SAWEET!
     
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  4. rushfan73

    rushfan73

    Mar 9, 2007
    Manchester,MO
    First bass I ever bought was a red Squire p-bass 16 years ago. I just upgraded to a Fender Jazz.
     
  5. My first bass was a Squire Bullet Bass. My second bass was a Squire P-bass. When I had the bullet I knew very little about setting up a bass (intonation, etc.), so although I loved that bass to death and played the heck out of it, it never sounded as good as it could have. My P-bass though - after a thorough setup - sounds so nice.
     
  6. Trevorus

    Trevorus

    Oct 18, 2002
    Urbana, IL
  7. HoDog

    HoDog

    Sep 25, 2006
    Sydney
    oh come on are you serious...there is a squier club.
     
  8. Ah c'mon...dont be hatin!

    BTW...what kind of p-ups do you have there, trevorus?
     
  9. jsamans

    jsamans

    Mar 11, 2007
    Fall City, WA
    Here's my Squier P-Bass special. Upgraded to Gotoh bridge, EMG pickups, Schaller tuners, and since this picture was taken, an Allparts maple neck with pearloid block inlays. It's a very reliable backup, and actually the bass I play the most around the house.

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  10. moogboy

    moogboy Banned

    Mar 1, 2007
    Moog Artist in Rock/Pop 5th down
    sign me up! my first bass was a Squier. i love it.
     
  11. I own a couple of Squires.....Great Basses,



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  12. Here's my Squier Affinity P bass, perfect as it came. [​IMG]
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  13. TheApostlePaul

    TheApostlePaul

    Dec 20, 2006
    Now that is what I am talking about. :)
     
  14. This is my first bass i still love to play it
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  15. C'mon People, Show some Love!
     
  16. Trevorus

    Trevorus

    Oct 18, 2002
    Urbana, IL
    That pic has EMG's, but now I have an American P pickup, with an S-1 switch.
     
  17. Until i bought my daughter one of these to keep her off my miller, I always pictured squires not so good. This bass is made really well and sounds fat like a P.

    Would honestly consider buying one of these to hot rod.

    She's 3 1/2 and already has the bass bug. Thank god.....

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  18. Baryonyx

    Baryonyx Banned

    Jul 11, 2005
    Marathon Man
    Yeah, Get over it.

    I have a Squier Vintage Modified Jazz bass. Simply incredible, especially for the price! Makes my old Vintage jazz bass feel and sound like crap!
     
  19. HoDog

    HoDog

    Sep 25, 2006
    Sydney
    I only joined because that 5 string jazz is hawwtttt..very...

    here's Mine.. Alder PJ Special

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  20. Isn't it funny how dudes measure by equipment. I know plenty of players who have million dollar gear and can't play. I do know one guy who plays guitar (a squire strat with changed pups) and is one of the best guitar players i've ever heard. No $4000 gibson or a strat and yet he puts most to shame.

    Yeh to those who are brave enough to enjoy and apreciate gear that isn't MIA. I play the MIA's but there's nothing wrong with squire.

    Each to their own.
     
  21. Rowsdower

    Rowsdower

    Feb 14, 2007
    Michigan