#1
right so ive decided. a yay for squier precision bass.
but the question is...

should i spend a little extra money and get it in grey?
or save a little and get it in walnut satin finish??

that be the question..
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ribbons of euphoria
#2
i have a jazz bass in walnut satin and yes it is that sexy for real

BUT

the finish goes glossy after a while of playing so you'll have a glossy section where your arm rests on the body
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#4
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do you have any pictures cause im so lousy with guitar types and colours?

LOL youre a ninja and the first guy to post is a pirate...fight?


basically. satin red (red but it isnt shiny) or grey (whhich is very shiny)

and i would but its too much effort. we all know ill win anyway.
My red is so confident that he flashes trophies of war and
ribbons of euphoria
#5
I really like the look of grey/silver instruments and I hate the color red. Its your bass so do what you want lol
#6
Isn't this your third thread on what colour Squier to buy? It's not going to be the biggest decision of your life.
#7
id say take the red one(ive googled it) instead of the grey.the grey one is so lifeless, while the red is bloody, full of life.i dont know,maybe its because i had a guitar in that colour
anyway, i have now a classic fender style, but Aria, with active pickups and sounds incredibly well, if you wanna check one out
#9
Get grey.

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