Vintage grooviness

With a punchy bottom end, mids that sit just right and a top end that punctuates fingertip or pick attack, the Fender Precision Bass is sonically sumptuous. Not all of us can afford a vintage instrument, which is why Fender has been releasing a number of its most prized designs under its price-friendlier Squier brand—earning kudos from players and critics alike by delivering classic Fender tone and styling. Dressed to kill in Fiesta Red, the Squier Classic Vibe Precision Bass ’60s we tested oozed vintage vibes and killer grooves. The notes and sustain were as consistent from string to string as they were up and down the neck.

–Doug Doppler


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