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Squier has been making low-cost guitars based on Fender designs since 1982. Because their early guitars have now become collector items for some, Squier is seeking to regain some of that magic with their Classic Vibe Series. This latest series was launched to capture the "vibe" of classic Fender designs as opposed to trying to be exact reproductions of vintage models. read more…
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Nice tone and well made but a little heavy bass. (Vintage Modified Jazz Bass)
By fredolee16, 17/02/2015
I bought my first one back in 2006 with the Duncan Design pickups. After a heavy use in my band and in Church, I sold it for whatever reason. I made setups for some friends in my country and I already worked with couple of this one again and of course after my setups, I play them to check them. This bass is well made and very versatile for every kind of music but are strong in the slap and pop. In the couple of this basses that I had fix, I find a common problem. First, the factory setup was horrible and very high action. It's a little hard to set up a low action without have fret buzz especially down the 12 fret or above. This could be a problem for those who has a very hard touch when they play. Not a problem if you light your touch or use a proper technique but they buzz a little bit. Third, they are heavy. First and second issues can be fixed with some setups. Third reason could be an issue especially if you play several hours or have back problems like me. Overall is a nice funky bass.
Its no G&L but great for the money (Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass Special)
By pappabass, 27/07/2016
1. You can not compare a Squier to a G&L or American Fender. I was looking for a beater/practice bass & refused to touch a Squier. Then I saw the Jag. Could not put it down. I owned a Fender Jazz that was better, but this particular Squier Jaguar VM special is better than a mex Fender P I owned. I must have lucked out on a good one. This one has the active bass boost. Fender rep said that the VM series are the better of the Squires. I get compliments on the looks and the sound. I even played it an audition a couple of weeks ago. Hey, can't complain, it stays in tune, looks good, $150.00 pawn shop find.
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