#1
Hey.

I'm looking to buy a Fender P-Bass Special, and my friend said that to save money I could try getting one from the Squire Mod series or something where they take the stock Squire P-Bass Special and mod it up.


But, I can't find it anywhere on the Internet. Has anyone got any info on it (website, video, etc.)?

Thanks.


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#2
he probably means the squier vintage modified series, though they don't make anything resembling a P bass special yet. They offer a white sid vicious-alike P bass, a P bass with a neck humbucker, a Marcus Miller-style Jazz bass and a Jaco-lite fretless Jazz bass.

Other than that I don't really know, uness there's a new line I haven't heard about.
#3
I'm only aware of a normal P and a normal J in the vintage modified series. The J is made out of better wood than the P, for some reason.

Good basses though.
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#4
Quote by Caustic
I'm only aware of a normal P and a normal J in the vintage modified series. The J is made out of better wood than the P, for some reason.

Good basses though.


Squier released a bunch of new ones this last little while. Search bar "new squiers". I started a thread with links.
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#5
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Squier released a bunch of new ones this last little while. Search bar "new squiers". I started a thread with links.


Aha, I'm behind the curve once again.

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