#2
It is a Squier Precision Bass with a decal on it and a bat inlay at the 12th fret, so it is as good as any other Squier P-Bass.

"Maybe this world is another planet's hell?" - Aldous Huxley
#3
I played my roomies Pete Wentz sig and it's the worst squier I played .
Damn it! Disable can't use disable to disable Disable's disable because disable's disable has already been disabled by Disable's disable!
#4
Quote by dark Mass
I played my roomies Pete Wentz sig and it's the worst squier I played .


Maybe you were inadvertently channeling the Ashlee Simpson through it? Damn, that would be enough to kill a Fodera.
"Maybe this world is another planet's hell?" - Aldous Huxley
#5
To justify buying a signature instrument,you really need to assess what makes it different from the standard model (aside from the looks) vs the price.
For example,I own an epiphone Tony Iommi signature G-400.
What makes it different?
It has much better pick-ups than the standard G-400.
Rather than being built in the same Chinese factory as all the other G-400's,the signature models are made to a slightly better quality than the standards.
Vs.
The price.A standard G400 was about $500,and the pair of pick-ups were $400.So for $550,it was worth it.

Fatalgear41 has said it's essentially the same bass as a standard with a decal on it,so really,you're not getting anything extra for your money.
I have heard good things about Squier vintage modified basses for beginners,so do a quick search on that and you'll get plenty of answers.
Seagulls,the chicken of the ocean.

Originally posted by Gunpowder:
Everyone just jumps on the bandwagon and gives the same advice in these situations. You know what? I'm going to be different. Call the firemen.
#6
Quote by Ian hawkins
To justify buying a signature instrument,you really need to assess what makes it different from the standard model (aside from the looks) vs the price.
For example,I own an epiphone Tony Iommi signature G-400.
What makes it different?
It has much better pick-ups than the standard G-400.
Rather than being built in the same Chinese factory as all the other G-400's,the signature models are made to a slightly better quality than the standards.
Vs.
The price.A standard G400 was about $500,and the pair of pick-ups were $400.So for $550,it was worth it.

Fatalgear41 has said it's essentially the same bass as a standard with a decal on it,so really,you're not getting anything extra for your money.
I have heard good things about Squier vintage modified basses for beginners,so do a quick search on that and you'll get plenty of answers.

Please, try basses before you play... if you're into fender like models, I suggest you try the Vintage Modified Series (precision, Jazz, and jaguar models....) and/or the Classic Vibe series. Also, there are some classic like Schecters, though i don't know how much do they cost.
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