#1
Apparently, if I do well in my GCSEs, my parents will buy me a new bass. Wehey! I don't know what to choose really, its between a Fender Precision Special and a Fender Jaguar, but does anyone know which is best for playing indie, or if one's generally better than the other?

Thanks in advance
#3
I'd always go with the Jaguar, if not for versatility alone. I'm going to get one of those as soon as I can, probably be a while yet hehe. It suits a wide variety of styles of music so may come in useful in the future, should you want to play a different style or soemthing.
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#4
Well to be honest I'm not a fan of either, but I'm more of a fan of Jaguar because you couldn't get me near most Presicion basses, jaguars at least have some versatility. I'd take a Jazz Bass over them both any day (With a stylish pickup cover of course )

But that's just me, go play them and decide for yourself, fairly simple.
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#5
The P-bass Special is the one w/ the Jazz Single Coil at the bridge, right? I've played one, and it's fairly nice. The bridge pickup will probably add more versatility than a standard P-bass.

The Jaguar is pretty good as well, but I'm guessing you'll have to spend a lot of time trying to figure out how to get a nice tone, seeing as how it has all those switches and whatnot.


Anyways, play each one, and decide which you like better.