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Squier Classic Vibe Precision Bass 51
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Squier Classic Vibe Precision Bass 51

4-string bass guitar from Squier belonging to the Precision Bass series.

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" A great surprise"

Squier Classic Vibe Precision Bass 51Published on 02/10/13 at 03:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Microphone, volume tone ..... and 4 strings. That's enough for a bass.
My mine is upgraded with a Seymour Duncan Basslines giving it more personality.

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice if you like vintage sleeves. Large output level as low active. Tone control very well designed to find a color without the fuss.
Perfect finish for this low price.
There has to play.

SOUNDS

I've re-edition of the Japanese Fender 51 2000s, I was surprised by his musicality but Sqier 51 re-issue is greater. The play jazz and blues and it's perfect. For rock with a pick a game, it's very good.
I play with a head Ampeg Portaflex PF500 on a Genz Benz cabinet with two 21-inch HP + compression.
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Microphone, volume tone ..... and 4 strings. That's enough for a bass.
My mine is upgraded with a Seymour Duncan Basslines giving it more personality.

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice if you like vintage sleeves. Large output level as low active. Tone control very well designed to find a color without the fuss.
Perfect finish for this low price.
There has to play.

SOUNDS

I've re-edition of the Japanese Fender 51 2000s, I was surprised by his musicality but Sqier 51 re-issue is greater. The play jazz and blues and it's perfect. For rock with a pick a game, it's very good.
I play with a head Ampeg Portaflex PF500 on a Genz Benz cabinet with two 21-inch HP + compression.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a month

The biggest surprise of the Fender Squier Classic Vibe 51 is his musicality. She mixes her own in the music, each note has personality, no big paté confused, everything is music. Really a great surprise and a great success Fender. I recommend this bass to all musicians and especially small budgets who dream of buying low their dreams. Until we have the funds, they will have an instrument "MUSIC".
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  • Manufacturer: Squier
  • Model: Classic Vibe Precision Bass 51
  • Series: Precision Bass
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/10/2010

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