Squier Matt Freeman Precision Bass (Vintage White) Reviews5.0/5.0 based on 3 customer reviews
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from Nashville, TN
May 3, 2013Music Background:
Live Sound Engineer
Great BassThis plays just as good as more expensive Fender basses. The maple neck feels great, and the frets are filed very well. It also holds tuning and intonation very well. I found the tone to be a little darker than the standard P-bass, but I like it. Thanks for the Sweetwater team for setting a low action before shipping as well!
from Newcomerstown, Ohio USA
April 3, 2013Music Background:
Matt Freeman Precision BassWOW! Right out of the box this thing kicks ass. Very solid, great tone, I couldn't be happier. I can't seem to put it down. Perfect bass for punk rock. Add in the excellent customer service from Sweetwater (They have called me and e-mailed several times to make sure I had no questions and to make sure everything was cool, even sent me pics of it before it shipped wich only took 1 day to arrive) and this is definatly the best bass for the $$.
from Canton, OH
January 20, 2013Music Background:
Way To Go Squier!!!I'm not a proper bassist. I've played guitar for 20 years, but sometimes I get offers to play bass for one-off gigs. I wanted to have a rig ready for just such an occasion. I love punk rock and jumped at this bass in particular because I love Op Ivy. The first one I recieved had a bad pickup (not Sweetwater's fault), they sent another out sooooo quick. I love this bass!! It looks amazing and sounds fantastic.
I play with a pick (easy bass players, I already made my disclaimer) and this gives me that awesome p bass sound I love in punk rock. I own a Squier Tele that I love as well. Squier is really kicking butt lately.