#1
Has anyone ever played one? It's a p bass style but is it closer to Squire quality or Fender? For the price I can't imagine it's Fender quality but if it's even close it's well worth it.
#2
Squire quality I'd say, but not a bad bass overall. I've got one I'm borrowing from a friend right now and it's not too bad for simple recording and messing around and stuff. I've got a Samick guitar which I really enjoy playing (after a pro setup, it now plays like butter) so it's not like they make bad quality instruments!
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#3
Quote by Cskills2112
Squire quality I'd say, but not a bad bass overall. I've got one I'm borrowing from a friend right now and it's not too bad for simple recording and messing around and stuff. I've got a Samick guitar which I really enjoy playing (after a pro setup, it now plays like butter) so it's not like they make bad quality instruments!

High end Squire or low end? Can you compare it to a specific model? Thanks for the information I appreciate it.
#4
I would lean towards higher end. The build quality on the one I have seems to be very good, nothing wrong with the neck or tuners. I'd have more confidence in getting something like that, I've heard that Squire builds (at least the Strat models) can vary in quality, with some people getting complete duds.
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