Advantages carries quality from fender
Disadvantages on the basic side
What can i say? this guitar offers many good-points compared to its few bad points. My first bass guitar was a squire P-Bass and for an entry levle guitar, it was ample, in fact, it was just about ample for more than entry levle:Good-points:
Some downsides to the Squire P-bass are more involved in the smaller details...
firstly, the standard component parts could be seen as a bit minimalistic, the standard 4-saddle bridge and standard open gear tuning heads make fine set-up difficult to negoiate, all things considered, this is a pretty trvial thing to pick up on, but if you are a reasonably experienced bassist, certianly of gigging standard, this may become a slight irritation.
Another minor issue is the fairly limited range of tones that can be accessed by the pick-up layout, where the range is good, it is not extensive. Again, this is the sort of thing that can be improved with a good amp, but if your looking for flexibility in the guitar, then maybe a jazz bass (Squire do offer a jazz model) is more suitable for you because it has tone control AND variable pick-up volume control.
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|How well constructed is it?||very well|
|Range of tones||average|
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