#2
I like them...alot.

EDIT: No wait I forgot, they changed the bridge humbucker to a Jazz Pup. I don't like that as much.
Last edited by Captain Insano at Jul 14, 2008,
#6
Ive heard its real nice to play, and it does sound good. Although its kinda ugly... mostly because of the gold P-guard :P


EDIT: The Blizzard pearl looks cool with the gold....
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#7
Quote by Captain Insano
I like them...alot.

EDIT: No wait I forgot, they changed the bridge humbucker to a Jazz Pup. I don't like that as much.
The Mexican deluxe always had a bridge J. You're thinking of the MIA deluxe. Now that was a bass...such a shame its discontinued
#8
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The Mexican deluxe always had a bridge J. You're thinking of the MIA deluxe. Now that was a bass...such a shame its discontinued

You still see the MIA's quite a bit on the used market. Might be my next purchase actually.
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#9
I like mine, its beautiful. Blizzard pearl finish and a maple neck. I love the feel it has. Sounds nice with flatwound strings. Ive already had to replace the bridge and the input jack.

Really though, I wouldn't buy it again. If you want a Fender and its your price range I really would suggest getting a standard Jazz or P or saving up a bit more for a highway 1.
#11
I played one the other day in the store when I was buying a bass. If I were you, instead I would get a MIM P bass and use the money you saved to go towards a good amp or cool effects. I was much more impressed with the playability of the MIM, and the jazz pickup makes adjusting the sound perfectly a bit strange.