s lighter than my standard USA Precision and a couple of pounds makes a difference over a 2 hour gig). It played ok out of the box, but with a wee tighten of the neck screws and an easy adjustment to the bridge and truss rod it?
s really a good instrument and plays fine (especially considering the price point).
He's kinda set in his ways and I personally have never seen or played one so I can't say anything to support or confirm.
Regards, kcbuck Hey Sparky, add to this when you log-on.... I have a mate here who is from south of you, near Brighton.
It sounds more like a Fender serial number prefix, are you sure it's a Squier?
I don't get though, the three tone knobs and which one controls what as far as the pickups and volume go. Also, I found that when I'm trying to hit any note higher than the fifteenth fret or so, there's a buzz/ring sound. Lastly, I moved from guitar to bass, and I don't know many great bassists to study to watch. Besides a few like Chris Wolstenholme, Nick Oliveri, Les Claypool, etc... Hi Jek, Start by checking the serial number, here is a basic guide for you, once having established the serial number, post it and we will tell you if its genuine.The following info will also help you determine if its a Fender Sqier number.ve determined the sound quality (probably down to the cheaper pickups and wood) isn? Sounds good on a good amp and you can get a variety of sounds by using the tone knobs. I do know that since it's a P Bass Special, it has the Precision Bass pickups and a Jazz Bass pickup.