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Squier Vintage Modified Jazz V


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http://www.soundslive.co.uk/product~name~Squier-Vintage-Modified-Jazz-Bass-V-Natural~ID~15686.asp


Squier Vintage Modified Mustang


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http://www.soundslive.co.uk/product~name~Squier-Vintage-Modified-Mustang-Bass-Guitar,-Black~ID~15697.asp

also available in sunburst

Thoughts?
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EDIT: I would seriously consider the VM Mustang, but its not on any American retailer's sites, at least not yet.
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I'm hoping Squier or Fender makes a radically different Mustang bass, with 32" scale, better bridge, and high output split P-bass pickups.
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I'm hoping Squier or Fender makes a radically different Mustang bass, with 32" scale, better bridge, and high output split P-bass pickups.

I doubt they'd ever do a 32" scale, but as for the rest of it...pray for a Pawn Shop Mustang.

I've had Mustang GAS all last week, and this does not help in the slightest.
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EDIT: I would seriously consider the VM Mustang, but its not on any American retailer's sites, at least not yet.

I second this motion.



The VM Mustang will be mine.
#7
Another JV in the lineup ew.

I just wish that they have a PV.
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#9
That Jazz V may well be mine at some point in the future.
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I'm hoping Squier or Fender makes a radically different Mustang bass, with 32" scale, better bridge, and high output split P-bass pickups.


What's wrong with the original bridge? I have a MIJ and never noticed any issues. As for the pickup, dimarzio sells a rail style P pickup, that would look B itchin' on that black mustang, and make string spacing a non issue. Anyone know if jazz or P bass style chrome covers fit over that hunk of a bridge?
#12
Interested in whether that Jazz V will be a step up from the other Squier V's I've played. Would be nice to add a five string to my options and if it holds up as well as the VM J four then I'll definitely be weighing up my options and pennies.
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#15
Sorry VM Jazz V, I'm still getting a Marcus Miller V. Massive props for not having an ugly as sin 5-in-line headstock though.

But that mustang... Hmm...
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#18
My local store just had two squires come in.
Both mustangs one with a single Humbucker (music man styles but not AS fat) ....
and one with a PBass and a single jazz pickup.... weird thing is the Single humbucker still has 4 knobs :S
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^ Those would be Vintage Modified Jaguars.
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My local store just had two squires come in.
Both mustangs one with a single Humbucker (music man styles but not AS fat) ....
and one with a PBass and a single jazz pickup.... weird thing is the Single humbucker still has 4 knobs :S


Jaguar.

4 knobs for active EQ...It's a standard 3-band eq Volume/High/Mid/Low.


In any case...


ZOMG DO WANT THE MUSTANG!!!!!! And it IS String through!!!! Yay for not-only-using SS strings!!! Buuuuut.... i don't like how it's so much more than the Jag... i'll need to do a side-by-side...
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