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Squier Standard P Bass Special V
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5+ string bass guitar from Squier belonging to the Precision Bass series.

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  • ben yaminben yamin

    Squier Standard P Bass Special VPublished on 01/31/07 at 13:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This bass is made in indonesia, c is a precision type with 2 jazz bass pickups each have their volume, there yardstick for the general tone.
    the handle is wide, I like the personal stick that facilitates the slap, it will not please everyone ...

    UTILIZATION

    As I have said, the handle is wide but not especially thick, it has a satin feel, the access to acute is very good.
    despite the size of the beast (my guitarist and the public have already received shots of a low ... its bulk) the weight is correct and the balance is good ...
    for sound and well in j am more than satisfied, because the base j m were gone to buy a jazz bass fender 5 home, ca still costs 899 euros (Mexican a…
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    This bass is made in indonesia, c is a precision type with 2 jazz bass pickups each have their volume, there yardstick for the general tone.
    the handle is wide, I like the personal stick that facilitates the slap, it will not please everyone ...

    UTILIZATION

    As I have said, the handle is wide but not especially thick, it has a satin feel, the access to acute is very good.
    despite the size of the beast (my guitarist and the public have already received shots of a low ... its bulk) the weight is correct and the balance is good ...
    for sound and well in j am more than satisfied, because the base j m were gone to buy a jazz bass fender 5 home, ca still costs 899 euros (Mexican and more!), but luckily the seller is m asort a friend this squier board just arrived and there ..... gap of 530 euros for a better sound (if if if) a better handle (for me because I like the handle off, the fender is also very well ...) and as I play pop, sunburst plate tortoise is sure the side view.

    SOUNDS

    I am a professional musician guitarist ... but in need of dates I make heurres sup a bass, I do not play on amp, I directly attacks the console is in pop that makes his case very well, he is on that as soon as I start a slapper lacks the coals in some frequencies ... but sometimes I play on a cube c is the ampeg is not bad at all .... but the small catch is that I've recorded in the studio and I syuis realized that the pickups were a little "microphone" ... is the amplified envirronnement

    OVERALL OPINION

    I played for almost 7 months and RAS, after 30 concerts the handle did not move, the mechanisms are going to change fiables.je low returns because I was the 4-string maple key but I keep it below the elbow for the serious and SI because she is reliable ..
    C IS AN EXCELLENT VALUE FOR MONEY to get to the 5 string but also as main instument.
    report / price / reliability / sound (as a personal) / comfort in a bottom instument really serious even if c is hard to believe, thank you for the indonesia ..
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  • Faust8Faust8

    Squier Standard P Bass Special VPublished on 11/06/07 at 01:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Low probably made in Korea or Indonesia.
    Channel 21 frets Paalisandre
    Easel in Squier, resembling a Badbass
    SETTINGS potardde a microphone, a tone.

    UTILIZATION

    Pleasant? Rather subjective, it is really thick.
    I wanted a 5 string, I tried it and the Ibanez, and I would probably price the Ibanez if I had not loved the Fender sound, but at the same time the handle is great for learning because you can not get tangled fingers in the strings. Indeed, this one keeps the same space as a 4c.
    Ba each access to acute, like a Fender, but not exellent nice either.
    For ergonomics is ok if you like a handle to the horizontal, diagonal personally I prefer the ground but after each h…
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    Low probably made in Korea or Indonesia.
    Channel 21 frets Paalisandre
    Easel in Squier, resembling a Badbass
    SETTINGS potardde a microphone, a tone.

    UTILIZATION

    Pleasant? Rather subjective, it is really thick.
    I wanted a 5 string, I tried it and the Ibanez, and I would probably price the Ibanez if I had not loved the Fender sound, but at the same time the handle is great for learning because you can not get tangled fingers in the strings. Indeed, this one keeps the same space as a 4c.
    Ba each access to acute, like a Fender, but not exellent nice either.
    For ergonomics is ok if you like a handle to the horizontal, diagonal personally I prefer the ground but after each his own.

    Sound ..... I'll come back ^ ^

    SOUNDS

    So here we are!

    I was amazed! I expected to have a weird, ugly, and I had gone on another bass. Pure fun, I tested the same but with Fender .... what a true Squier ba this is nothing to envy to its price, the sound is all just exellent!
    While walking round a sharp or more for the slap or the media! It's all just great!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since yesterday, I would notice more back later ^ ^
    For now, I love the sound for the price and just under the width of the handle.
    With exeperience, I probably would do that choice unless it can get me a handle on a body ibanez pickups with PB PB ^ ^
    Edit with a lot of perspective: I sold 4 months later.
    The reasons:
    The sound may well be right, the handle is really too thick, it almost disgusts me with 5cordes, and I was shown that 6.8 and 12 strings, it's not for me!
    However, I think it's a taste of love handles thinner, so you have to see and try.
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