Full group review of all basses, here: https://www.bassbuzz.com/gear/beginner-basses
People that can play can make anything sound good.
What about the Deluxe series with active pickups? Any plan on reviewing that too?
Yeah, over a half century later and they can’t add that one extra fret!
How are the edges of the fretboard? Rolled or level?
Great video man.
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.
Solid!! Reminds me of the mark hoppus signature-!:D
How did you record it?
i already got this bass,,nice sound(crafted in indonesia)
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
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?
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. 😉
Just got this bass and a set of american vintage ’64 pickups. Now just waiting on a soldering iron.