A friend of mine at work bought a Squier P-bass Affinity about 4 years ago. He got it for one of his boys thinking he would play it. Well it's been sitting for 3-4 years. The kid decided to take up Airsoft war games instead, which I have to admit are fun. Anyway my friend brought the bass in today and I brought it home to do a set up. I took off the strings, cleaned the fretboard, dusted the pick ups and bridge. After this I adjusted the truss rod, the neck had a big bow to it. I put some EB Hybrids on it that I had laying around here at the house then adjusted the string height with the saddles. I plugged it in to my Bassman 250/210 and to my surprise the bass sounded pretty good. The bottom had some boom to it. I've tried the VM Squier before but never an Affinity. All in all it sounded and felt good. Tomorrow after work I'm going to lower the strings a bit and maybe adjust the pick ups, also play around with my amp settings to see what the Squier does. He has a little Squier amp I'm going to try to. That's it, I just felt like putting this on here, no big deal. Again I have to admit I was surprised the bass sounded as good as it did. One good thing, it gave me practice at setting up a bass.