Squier Vintage Modified Jazz (Bass Review)

Full group review of all basses, here: https://www.bassbuzz.com/gear/beginner-basses


David Richardson says:

People that can play can make anything sound good.

Rippiripper says:

What about the Deluxe series with active pickups? Any plan on reviewing that too?

Nelson Montana says:

Yeah, over a half century later and they can’t add that one extra fret!

JT Eckhoff says:

How are the edges of the fretboard? Rolled or level?

Luke Andraso says:

Great video man.

Thomas Kirchner says:

Great video I’m interested in the White w Black Pickguard Squire Vintage 70’s that costs $349. I had one in natural a few years back and it sounded great through a peavey 300 watt. Your demo helped a lot. Not a plug, however American Musical Supply offers pay and play extended payment plan, that helps me a lot. I’m checking out the Sire Marcus Miller that’s around the $350 to $550… Those bass’ are active, lighter etc. don’t see American Musical Supply offering the Sire Marcus Miller bass’ yet. Thanks again, I picked up some riffs.

hiiamadman says:

Solid!! Reminds me of the mark hoppus signature-!:D

Jonah Paz says:

How did you record it?

Walter Grace says:

i already got this bass,,nice sound(crafted in indonesia)

Flo 28 says:

Awesome stuff! Thanks for the very thorough reviews guys. This one will be my first bass (it helps that I’m a huge Vulfpeck fan). Looking forward to your upcoming lessons and reviews

nicekantolstoi says:

Why did you not choose the ’70s version of the squier jazz bass? I’m trying to figure out which one of those two to buy. Any advice?

G says:

Cool series except I got a bit tired of the guys complaining about a bolt on neck block on classic basses like a Jazz Bass. If you need to play notes way up the neck, you either own a neck thru bass or you would be better off playing guitar. 😉

The Cappy says:

Just got this bass and a set of american vintage ’64 pickups. Now just waiting on a soldering iron.

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