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Yeah lovely. Nicest Squier jag yet.. As I’ve seen said here before , Squier making the basses Fender should. 

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6 hours ago, TransistorBassMan said:

I quite like the look of this. PJ setup, stacked pots, sunburst finish, reasonable price... It's ticking quite a few boxes

Squier Classic Vibe Jaguar Bass

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I think you need one of these Rog, be a great look in TCs.

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Looks great but I wish it had the droopy control panel like the Jag guitars. The standar Jazz one isn't quite as graceful on this design.

Wouldn't stop me playing one though!

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