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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by HalfPlayer, Jul 14, 2013.
When will the VM series be available in to ship in the U.S from europe?
VM as in vintage modified from squire
If you are referring to the squire VM basses those are already available.
The new ones he's talking about are only available in Europe. No street date they haven't even been acknowledged at all in the USA yet.
I believe it's the new ones he's talking about which are only available in Europe as of now. No street date for America, they haven't even been acknowledged at all in the USA yet.
I called fender customer service last week and the guy I talked to didn't know they existed.
Likely he was a low-level agent that the higher-ups wouldn't give that kind of info to yet until an official announcement is made. Which hasn't happened yet. Just be patient, I'm sure we'll be hearing something soon.
This isn't true. I spoke directly with my Fender dealer last week and he said they are Europe only and will remain that way until sales numbers can be calculated. 2 months is not long enough for that.
I don't know, all I know is that Fretless Precision better make its way over here...
Amen. I'll probably be going to my local shop and asking if they can get one in for me as soon as there is an acknowledgement of their existence in the North American market.
There are a lot of really nice looking basses new to the VM series but I'll be darned if that burst Precision with a lined fretboard isn't among the most desirable specimens. The only way that it could look any nicer would be if the neck had the same tint as the Classic Vibe 60s J or P necks. That and a pickup cover would make it fit in much nicer with my AVRI 62 Jazz but the latter is much easier to make a reality.
It would be awesome if they would add more to the Classic Vibe series. Hopefully there's something in the pipeline. I'd do terrible things to get my hands on a 3TS fretless Precision with an amber tinted neck that plays nearly as well as the CV 60s Jazz or Precision.