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4-string bass guitar from Squier belonging to the Vintage Modified series

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  • gregzerozerogregzerozero

    I love it, super sonic

    Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar BassPublished on 07/13/11 at 02:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufacturing corréene, a micro-type type 1 Precision Bass and Jazz Bass, the two made by Seymour Duncan, but entry-level course.
    2x 2 knobs, each microphone volume control and 1 tone control concentric with the volume a bit confusing at first but very practical when used.

    UTILIZATION

    I am a guitarist (2 Gibs and a Fender) but I wanted to record a bass line in my compound and I had to something with a really good ergonomics. I had gone on the idea of ​​a Fender Precision and I was at the store near my home, among other Fenri Dealer and should have almost all models. I spent almost 2 hours to try lots of models, the Fender Squier Affinity to 1600euros anniversary at the Cort rea…
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    Manufacturing corréene, a micro-type type 1 Precision Bass and Jazz Bass, the two made by Seymour Duncan, but entry-level course.
    2x 2 knobs, each microphone volume control and 1 tone control concentric with the volume a bit confusing at first but very practical when used.

    UTILIZATION

    I am a guitarist (2 Gibs and a Fender) but I wanted to record a bass line in my compound and I had to something with a really good ergonomics. I had gone on the idea of ​​a Fender Precision and I was at the store near my home, among other Fenri Dealer and should have almost all models. I spent almost 2 hours to try lots of models, the Fender Squier Affinity to 1600euros anniversary at the Cort really amazed me for the price but I wanted a Fender. I finally selected three models for ergonomics (2 and 1 Fender Squier precision). I slept and I went back the next day, remembering that the jaguar had left a good memory but I had no depth and the result is that I am left with the jag. The best race I've tried, good sound two distinct and different look.

    SOUNDS

    I use it in styles ranging from folk to rock and the sound is nickel. I go through a Gallien Krueger Backline 110 and it was the top, be it micro jazz, precision or the mix, the sound is always round and precise. For the price, can not have better

    OVERALL OPINION

    I for almost 3 months and I did try the bassist of the group who particularly liked the sound.
    For my part I am convinced of the great value of certain model Squier.
    The finish is really good for the price, far from Epiphone and other low-end. A good alternative to the Cort, with a personality more American.
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  • Yann KovicYann Kovic

    Low correct at a fair price

    Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar BassPublished on 06/28/11 at 05:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Probably made in Korea (to verify).
    Agathis body.
    Maple neck modern type C.
    Rosewood fingerboard, 20 frets, vintage landmarks as platelets.
    Pickups P-Bass and J-Bazz Seymour Duncan.
    Tortoiseshell pickguard, three folds.
    Volume and tone for each pickup with concentric tone.
    Scale 864mm (34 ")
    38mm width Silet
    Color Black.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite nice, but it is my debut in the low, I can not judge. The ergonomics are perfect, the instrument falls into place, everything is at hand.
    Access to acute is impeccable.
    The sound is correct, the Duncans are doing their job. I personally prefer the sound of two mics mixed together.
    As against the tone control…
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    Probably made in Korea (to verify).
    Agathis body.
    Maple neck modern type C.
    Rosewood fingerboard, 20 frets, vintage landmarks as platelets.
    Pickups P-Bass and J-Bazz Seymour Duncan.
    Tortoiseshell pickguard, three folds.
    Volume and tone for each pickup with concentric tone.
    Scale 864mm (34 ")
    38mm width Silet
    Color Black.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite nice, but it is my debut in the low, I can not judge. The ergonomics are perfect, the instrument falls into place, everything is at hand.
    Access to acute is impeccable.
    The sound is correct, the Duncans are doing their job. I personally prefer the sound of two mics mixed together.
    As against the tone control is a little confusing, the sound is quickly stifled.

    SOUNDS

    I kept a short time, so it's hard to judge ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used a very short time, not because it is bad, but I realized that the bass was not for me. I much prefer the guitar, bass, I find it a bit boring ... I had never played bass, and it was my debut on the matter. That said, I'm guitarist for many years, and I know judge the quality of a sound or a touchdown.

    Preferred Quality: finish correctly, apart from a mechanical broken I replaced the supplier. The two microphones, one is more famous and versatility. The quality of the microphones is correct.

    Default: the tone knobs a bit special, and concentric. No references to the settings. Mechanics broken because of bad bills.

    Very good value for money.
    I would do if I had the choice to play bass. But personally, I returned to the seller after 5 days, I said that it had nothing to do with a quality problem, but I just discovered that it was not for me ...
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