Precision Bass reviews— 19 total
19 user reviews of Precision Bass by Squier
Great on both low-end and high end, can deliver a "growling" tone for heavier parts.
this is my 2nd bass I've owned, but I've played more.
I have been playing for three years now, and this is the only bass I own, and the only one...
I've played multiple gigs, and have been in multiple bands, and I would not trust this bass outside of my...
Like I said this is a starter guitar only.
It is a great beginner's bass however and was very easy to learn on.
metal/hard rock. I've been playing guitar for about 5-6 years.
I have been playing for a little under a year, and I am still not hampered by its limitations.
I got it because I needed a bass fast (due 2 my previous bass being wrapped around some total head)...
I've been playing bass and this one for a year.
This is a great guitar, perfect for a beginner.
However I feel sorry for the poor beginner that buys this bass and can't figure out what's wrong with it.
I been playing for 2 years with the gear listed above.
I've been playing for about 3 years maybe, I own another 4 string but it is a hamer (it also...
I would definetely buy from Squier again but would rather buy from Fender if I had the money.
I've read a lot of other reviews complaining about the quality of this guitar but you must realize 2 things.
It met up to my rock and blues, but it fell short of my jazz playing.
If you are more advanced than that either get a Fender jazz or P-Bass.
If this guitar was lost or stolen, I would feel bad for who ever stole it.