#2
no they're the same
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#3
Fender MIM are better.
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#4
If the classic series is anything like the vintage modified series then I'm willing to bet that it's at least on a par with the MIM. I'm going to my local music shop today and I'm dying to try out one of these things, I LOVE sonic blue P basses.
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#5
well the vintage series p bass uses agathis and this one uses basswood, so surely its is better, plus its more expensive. Im just confused to whther i should fork out another 80 quid for something because it says fender
#6
If I find a Squier classic in Andertons today I'll play it and post what it was like compared to an MIM.
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#7
thanks man. I really need to try one out myself,i went to denmark st. but can't find any shop that does one.
#8
Squier Classic Vibe guitars have been said to be reaching into MIM territory.

However, the only thing holding them back is a potentially horrible factory setup. In reality, Squiers aren't that bad, but most times they're shipped to stores with finger tearingly high action.