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..
My red is so confident that he flashes trophies of war and
ribbons of euphoria
i have a jazz bass in walnut satin and yes it is that sexy for real


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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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
I really like the look of grey/silver instruments and I hate the color red. Its your bass so do what you want lol
Isn't this your third thread on what colour Squier to buy? It's not going to be the biggest decision of your life.
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
Get grey.

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LTD Deluxe EC-1000 in Vintage Black
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