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Squier Classic Vibe Precision Bass '50s 2011
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Squier Classic Vibe Precision Bass '50s 2011
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Publié le 06/13/09 à 14:46
Value For Money : Excellent
Classic Vibe series (high-end home Squier)
Reissue of 50's model Fender
Made in China
Basswood body
Lake Placid Blue color, not to the liking of everyone
Channel 20 squares 34 "all maple 1 piece
1 micro Alnico single coil
1 Volume, 1 Tone

UTILIZATION

Very good for low finiton made in china
Not very heavy bass
Channel pleasant, but quite thick in the normal precision
Good access to acute
With simple electronics, count as two sounds, with or without the tone, but what sound ....

SOUNDS

Its very vintage, soft and warm tone with the closed and very bright and open tone with crystalline
Great sound overall, it can almost do everything, even slap it sounds hell

OVERALL OPINION

It is now almost 4 months that I use, I'm still happy
I wanted a vintage bass for a reasonable price, well I'm satisfied
Really good value for money
The color can slow some, but the finish is really pretty, I think they should have to make a 2nd, a sunburst such as that of Sting
If you want a vintage bass not very expensive and you like precision, go there with confidence, you would not be disappointed.
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