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Basscabman

Need some Info on a bass.

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Anyone know anything about these Squier Standards crafted In Indonesia?
Mate of mine has one and wants £120 for It. Also, do they take a standard fender Scratchplate?

Cheers

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Sits between the Affinity and VM/CV models. What else did you want to know ? £120 is about half of what it probably went for new ..Don't think it's a current model.

I've not played one. If you have and like it, buy it.. hard to go wrong .

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At £120 you could do a lot worse. I'm sure it's a good bass. If you want to change the pickguard a Fender one would probably a good fit. I can't be 100% sure all the screw holes will be it the same position. But it'd nothing a small drill won't sort out.

Good luck

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They are an older model. I had one a few years ago and it was ok but not as good as a VM or Classic Vibe but they are a good bit more expensive second hand. Do you like the sound and the feel of it? For £120 it could be a bargain.

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