Skip to main content
FREE Standard Ground Shipping (edit) Get Details

More Info About Free 2-Day Standard Ground Shipping

Close Window
Top Seller

Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI Black

Item #: 
1373037988250
  • Write a Review

Squier brings you the welcome return of a long-vanished Fender classic in the deeply satisfying form of the Vintage Modified Bass VI six-string bass that delivers excellent low end. Although it's call... Click To Read More About This Product

Choose Style:
  • Vintage Modified Bass VI 3-Color Sunburst
    3-Color Sunburst

    $44999.00

  • Vintage Modified Bass VI Olympic White
    Olympic White

    $44999.00

  • Vintage Modified Bass VI Black
    Black

    $44999.00

Gear returned in mint condition. If you're looking for a virtually new instrument in possibly less-than-perfect packaging, this is a great value.
  • Includes 45-Day, No-Hassle Returns
  • Includes full manufacturer's warranty
Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
  • Includes 45-Day, No-Hassle Returns
  • Includes full manufacturer's warranty
Gear returned in mint condition. If you're looking for a virtually new instrument in possibly less-than-perfect packaging, this is a great value.
  • Includes 45-Day, No-Hassle Returns
  • Includes full manufacturer's warranty
Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
  • Includes 45-Day, No-Hassle Returns
  • Includes full manufacturer's warranty
Price:
$44999.00
  • (Most Popular)
+ Add to Wish List
Special Financing Offer
Guitar Center Gear Card

Special 6-month financing + learn how to earn 5% back in rewards. Valid through 12/31/2017
Get DetailsAbout Special Financing Offers

 
Ship to Store Available in: 3-7 Days (estimated) Salt Lake City, UT (5.9  mi) View More Stores For Availability


,
SUN:11AM-7PM
MON-FRI:10AM-9PM
SAT:10AM-8PM

QUESTIONS?
Connect with an expert instantly.

Call us: 866-498-7882

  • Protect Your Gear
  • Free Shipping
  • Easy Returns
Overview

Squier brings you the welcome return of a long-vanished Fender classic in the deeply satisfying form of the Vintage Modified Bass VI six-string bass that delivers excellent low end. Although it's called a six-string bass it has the feel of a baritone guitar without the extended neck. The strings aren't extra thick so it's a great transition from guitar. The original model of 1961-1975 has provided distinctively voiced low end for everyone from the Beatles to the Black Keys, Cream to the Cure, and many others.

The Vintage Modified Bass VI delivers authentically vintage-style look and tone, with a few modern touches such as a comfortable "modern C" neck profile and 9.5" fingerboard radius (the originals were 7.25"), and three custom Jaguar single-coil pickups with notched "claw" shielding rings (reverse-wound/reverse-polarity middle pickup).

Other features include the model's classic 30" scale (standard tuning one octave lower than a guitar), maple neck, bound rosewood fingerboard with 21 medium jumbo frets and pearloid block inlays, four two-position slider switches (on/off switch for each pickup and one bass-cut "strangle" tone circuit switch), tortoiseshell pickguard (three-ply white-black-white on Black model), two black plastic control knobs (master volume, master tone), and vintage-style six-saddle bridge with non-locking floating vibrato.

FEATURES

Basswood body
Gloss polyurethane body finish
Maple neck
Gloss polyurethane neck finish
Modern "C" shape neck
30" Scale
Rosewood fingerboard
21 Medium jumbo frets
Synthetic bone string nut
Pearloid block position inlays
4-Bolt Squier neck plate
Custom Jaguar Single-Coil bridge pickup with claw
Custom Jaguar Single-Coil reverse-wound/reverse-polarity middle pickup with claw
Custom Jaguar Single-Coil neck pickup with claw
Master Volume and Master Tone controls
3-On/Off slide switches (one for each pickup)
SSS pickup configuration
2-Position slide switch for bass-cut "Strangle" circuit
6-Saddle vintage-style bridge with non-locking floating vibrato
Chrome hardware finish
Vintage-style tuning machines
3-Ply white pickguard
Black plastic control knobs
NPS strings, .025 to .095 Tuned E to E (1 Octave Down)
White bound fingerboard with white pearloid block position inlays
Single wing string tree
SPECIFICATIONS
Fingerboard Radius: 9.5" (241 mm)
Nut Width: 1.650" (42 mm)
Pro Coverage

GUITAR CENTER'S PRO COVERAGE
Pro Coverage gives you added warranty protection for your gear. Stepping in where the manufacturer's "normal wear and tear" coverage ends, our Pro Coverage program offers you upgraded coverage if your product ever fails Click To Read More About This Product.

Pro Coverage includes
  • Accidental damage protection
  • Expedited repair or replacement
  • Free shipping (for returns or repairs)
  • 100% coverage for commercial use
  • Extended price protection
  • No lemon guarantee
  • Free transfer of coverage to a new owner
  • Repair costs covered for up to five years from date of purchase
  • Repair authorization-toll-free by phone or via the web
  • Customer Reviews
Loading....

Review Snapshot

by PowerReviews
SquierVintage Modified Bass VI
 
4.6

(based on 16 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun to play (4)
  • Good feel (3)
  • Good pick up (3)
  • Solid electronics (3)

Cons

  • Fret buzz (3)

Best Uses

  • Jamming (4)
  • Small venues (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Amazing value, unique instrument

Years ago, I was reading a book about Fender basses, and I saw the Fender VI for the first time. Finally, there are a couple of affordable versions, and the Squier is...Read complete review

Years ago, I was reading a book about Fender basses, and I saw the Fender VI for the first time. Finally, there are a couple of affordable versions, and the Squier is the most vintage-accurate version (without going to the custom shop versions). This instrument is really fun to play. The electronics are all solid and sensible: each pickup has an on/off switch, and there's a bass cut switch to really bring out the "guitar" of this bass guitar. My instrument arrived at the store needing no adjustments to the setup (other than tuning, obviously). It looked, felt, and played great right out of the box. The fretboard radius is modern (the vintage instruments had a very small radius), and the vibrato bar imparts a very subtle vibrato that won't wreck your tuning. Through a Blues Junior in the store, coaxing some vintage Fender guitar tones (an octave down) was easy. With the bass cut off, it sound like most short-scale basses, although the lighter gauge strings will flap against the frets if you really dig in and play hard. But, this isn't a bass for digging in: this is built for a more guitar-like approach, and for experimentation. It's quirky and fun, and I can't put it down. Through my bass amps at home (from a Squier 15-watt amp to my Sunn 300-T all-tube head, a 2x15, and a 4x10+T), it sounds just as good, especially with the bass cut turned off. The bass tone is surprisingly good, given the short scale and light gauge. The build quality of Squires has gone up a lot over the years, so don't let the name on the headstock scare you away. This is a solid, unique instrument for an almost too-reasonable price. If you're willing to expand your playing and composing horizons, this is for you.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Fine for the $

Pros: sounds great, nice neck, finish better than I expected Cons: A few ... for starters, the stock strings are pretty bad. The low E is floppy, to say the...Read complete review

Pros: sounds great, nice neck, finish better than I expected Cons: A few ... for starters, the stock strings are pretty bad. The low E is floppy, to say the least. Forget about detuning it until you get a heavier guage. GC doesn't do any setup, and the factory setup was awful. Intonation is a major issue. Either the bridge saddles don't have enough travel, or there's something else that's wrong. I had to flip the bridge 180 degrees (as recommended on some forums), and while that helped a bit, my low E is still probelematic. I'm experienced in setting up instruments; I refuse to pay someone to do it to a brand-new instrument, and the issue is making me consider returning it. There are some fit-and-finish issues, too: my PUP swithcplate was missing a screw--I'm not the only one this has happened to---and the pickguard isn't as flush with the VT knob control plate as it should be. I vacillated between giving this 4 stars just because it sounds awesome and has given me a new sonic palette to work with, or 3 stars for the intonation and quality control issues. But an instrument that sounds great only uip to the 9th fret isn't totally usable, no matter how great it sounds. So, 3 stars it is. Great value for the money, but you get what you pay for.

Reviewed by 16 customers

Displaying reviews 1-16

Back to Top

(6 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Fine for the $

By William Debany

from Boston, MA

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

Pros: sounds great, nice neck, finish better than I expected Cons: A few ... for starters, the stock strings are pretty bad. The low E is floppy, to say the least. Forget about detuning it until you get a heavier guage. GC doesn't do any setup, and the factory setup was awful. Intonation is a major issue. Either the bridge saddles don't have enough travel, or there's something else that's wrong. I had to flip the bridge 180 degrees (as recommended on some forums), and while that helped a bit, my low E is still probelematic. I'm experienced in setting up instruments; I refuse to pay someone to do it to a brand-new instrument, and the issue is making me consider returning it. There are some fit-and-finish issues, too: my PUP swithcplate was missing a screw--I'm not the only one this has happened to---and the pickguard isn't as flush with the VT knob control plate as it should be. I vacillated between giving this 4 stars just because it sounds awesome and has given me a new sonic palette to work with, or 3 stars for the intonation and quality control issues. But an instrument that sounds great only uip to the 9th fret isn't totally usable, no matter how great it sounds. So, 3 stars it is. Great value for the money, but you get what you pay for.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing value, unique instrument

By JOSEPH

from Alton, Illinois

Site Member

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

Years ago, I was reading a book about Fender basses, and I saw the Fender VI for the first time. Finally, there are a couple of affordable versions, and the Squier is the most vintage-accurate version (without going to the custom shop versions). This instrument is really fun to play. The electronics are all solid and sensible: each pickup has an on/off switch, and there's a bass cut switch to really bring out the "guitar" of this bass guitar. My instrument arrived at the store needing no adjustments to the setup (other than tuning, obviously). It looked, felt, and played great right out of the box. The fretboard radius is modern (the vintage instruments had a very small radius), and the vibrato bar imparts a very subtle vibrato that won't wreck your tuning. Through a Blues Junior in the store, coaxing some vintage Fender guitar tones (an octave down) was easy. With the bass cut off, it sound like most short-scale basses, although the lighter gauge strings will flap against the frets if you really dig in and play hard. But, this isn't a bass for digging in: this is built for a more guitar-like approach, and for experimentation. It's quirky and fun, and I can't put it down. Through my bass amps at home (from a Squier 15-watt amp to my Sunn 300-T all-tube head, a 2x15, and a 4x10+T), it sounds just as good, especially with the bass cut turned off. The bass tone is surprisingly good, given the short scale and light gauge. The build quality of Squires has gone up a lot over the years, so don't let the name on the headstock scare you away. This is a solid, unique instrument for an almost too-reasonable price. If you're willing to expand your playing and composing horizons, this is for you.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Sweet Little Machine

By JEFFREY TRIBBY

from Lakeland, Florida

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

I thought long and hard before deciding to get a Squire Bass-VI because of some reviews that had complaints about the intonation and/or fret buzz and/or craftmanship of this bass. What sold me on it was the controls, a separate on-off switch for each pickup vice the 3-way Strat style selector switch on the Fender model. For half the money, I got total control of the combination of pickups. That gave me a big bunch of different voices inhanced a bit more by the bass boost switch. This is how the original 1960s and 1970s Bass-VIs were wired. The whammy bar on a bass is pretty neat, too, and lots of fun. I compared mine to a couple of the You Tube demos, including two by Phil X. I got all the tones I heard, then I put mine through many settings on my Boss ME-50,(played into my MarkBass P121). WHOA - NELLY! Let me state here and now that I have NO intonation problems, NO fret buzz, and the work on it is impeccable all over. Maybe God blessed this thing as I will be playing it for Him at church and doing some recording with it, but I'm very happy and pleased that I got my money's worth. I like being able to chord it, too. Every note rings clear and true. Thank you, Fender, for doing mine right, and thank you, Guitar Center for your help in getting this baby ordered and to me. BTW, I got the 3-tone sunburst, because I just think it's prettier than just black or white. My wife really likes the color, too, so she's also glad I got that one.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

DEMAND a pro set-up BEFORE purchase

By WILLIAM

from Evansville, WI

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

Once a set-up was done, this thing is just plain FUN. Easy to play for either a bass or guitar player. The three PUs can be used in any combination as each has separate on/off switch, master Volume & Tone after that. All this leads to great voice variation. Mine was on back order for about 6 weeks. On arrival string buzz & lack of intonation rendered this instrument UNPLAYABLE. GC tech spent about 20 minutes with it and transformed it into a very playable (and FUN) instrument. I join other reviewers in really liking this instrument but hating the condition (playability) upon it's arrival from the factory. Demand a proper set-up before taking it out of the store!!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Tool To Have Excellent

By Raye

from Springfield, Oregon

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

This is a very well made instrument fit and finish is very very nice, it is bargain. For less than $175.00 in upgrades it will play and sounds as good or better than others costing three times. It can use three upgrades one is a must get the Staytrem bridge from the UK it is really needed. The stock bridge will work sort of ok but you will not be able to intonate your low E spot on and you will have to mess with the antiquated vintage height adjustment screws for your radius. The Staytrem bridge has the correct radius. The second, is the the Staytrem trem arm if you don't want the trem arm to fall every time you let it go and hang loose. If you don't use the trem arm then this is not really needed. The third is the nut, mine was not cut very well, and the plastic was real poor quality. I understand this is not always the case, so if your nut is fine leave it alone. This problem is easily solved, just get a new nut like a Tusq PQ-5042-00 drops right in, widen the slots a bit and you are good to go. The stock pickups are surprisingly fine no need to upgrade them. You can get lots of tones with the switches. I can't ad anything else to all the positive reviews, they are all true and I would just be repeating what has been said.. Great Buy and total cost with all upgrades under $500.00.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing value, unique instrument

By JOSEPH

from Alton, Illinois

Site Member

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

Years ago, I was reading a book about Fender basses, and I saw the Fender VI for the first time. Finally, there are a couple of affordable versions, and the Squier is the most vintage-accurate version (without going to the custom shop versions). This instrument is really fun to play. The electronics are all solid and sensible: each pickup has an on/off switch, and there's a bass cut switch to really bring out the ""guitar"" of this bass guitar. My instrument arrived at the store needing no adjustments to the setup (other than tuning, obviously). It looked, felt, and played great right out of the box. The fretboard radius is modern (the vintage instruments had a very small radius), and the vibrato bar imparts a very subtle vibrato that won't wreck your tuning. Through a Blues Junior in the store, coaxing some vintage Fender guitar tones (an octave down) was easy. With the bass cut off, it sound like most short-scale basses, although the lighter gauge strings will flap against the frets if you really dig in and play hard. But, this isn't a bass for digging in: this is built for a more guitar-like approach, and for experimentation. It's quirky and fun, and I can't put it down. Through my bass amps at home (from a Squier 15-watt amp to my Sunn 300-T all-tube head, a 2x15, and a 4x10+T), it sounds just as good, especially with the bass cut turned off. The bass tone is surprisingly good, given the short scale and light gauge. The build quality of Squires has gone up a lot over the years, so don't let the name on the headstock scare you away. This is a solid, unique instrument for an almost too-reasonable price. If you're willing to expand your playing and composing horizons, this is for you.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Epic

By Jonah Prall

from Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

I was lucky enough to be one of the first to get the squier vintage modified bass VI. This bass sounds and feels exactly how you imagine it! One small word of advice remember to adjust the neck and bridge right away. My high e string snapped after the first time I tuned it. With the price being this low the bass is honestly a steal.I'd recommend it to anyone who wants a new bass experience that is truly like no other.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Unique tone...and concept.

By Eskimo Mo

from Fairbanks Alasma

About Me Experienced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Unique Instrument

Cons

  • Flat Sound
  • Unique Tone

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Recording
  • Songwriting

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

If you are looking for tones that are thick, fat, and rich, like a traditional bass, this isn't your best option. However, it is a very fun and unique instrument that encourages creative exploration.

The price is reasonable as well.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Loads of Fun to Play!

By JEFFREY TRIBBY

from Lakeland, Florida

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

I've had my 3-Tone Sunburst Bass-VI for a while now, and I'm having tons of fun playing it. By the way, this is a real bass and not a baritone. It tunes exactly like a guitar but one octave lower. It has the very same controls and switches that the original Bass-VI of the 1960s and 1970s had, so any combination of pickups is availible. I can get that old "spaghetti western" twang out of it or go to a very bass-y tone. Playing guitar chords on it is pretty cool, too - AND - it has a whammy bar on it like the original. My Bass-VI came out of the box already set up perfectly for me, the action and intonation spot on. I like to hook it through my Boss ME-50B or my old Fender Blender pedal, and it wails. I feel that I got a great value for the money. This bass could be a good transition for guitarists considering going for a bass.

 
4.0

Great bass platform, but needs tweaks

By Sean

from Baton Rouge, LA

About Me Experienced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

  • Fret Buzz

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing
  • Small Venues
  • Solo Work

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

This bass is very enjoyable to play. Its short scaling coupled with six strings that are thinner than bass strings but just as deep make this a great filler for guitar players wanting to get into bass playing, or bass players looking to be a little more versatile, but this instrument definitely requires you to learn its feel because it's neither 100% bass or guitar (nor is it a true baritone). Besides it being an absolute beauty, it sounds heavenly -- especially the mid range. The pick-ups and unique pick-up toggles allow for some great configurations. It's impressive for a Squier, but sadly it is still a Squier and will suffer common Squier ailments (fret buzz, intonation issues, etc). Also, the default strings make for a rather loose and rattle-prone low E, and the sound isn't quite up to sniff as the others. I highly recommend a combination of string changes to something a little thicker on the bottom end (and possibly a new nut), bridge adjustments and a truss rod adjustment at the least. Getting it serviced by an experienced guitar tech is the only way to unlock the true beauty of this instrument.

As for its uses: if you like a strong lead sound, want versatility, are looking into solo work and are okay with standard tuning, this instrument is for you. If you only play tunings that begin with the word "drop" or just want to ride the low E all day, this is definitely not the six-string bass for you.

It's also worth noting Ibanez has a very similar gimmick with the SRC6. Haven't played it yet but supposedly it's pretty good as well.

 
5.0

Very good experience once straightened out.

By Kennis

from Parma, Ohio

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

  • Fret Buzz
  • very slight fret buzz on low registers

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing
  • Small Venues

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

I am using this bass as a new experience in playing. Crossing a bass with a normal guitar. It sounds well rounded with all of the tonal options. I stared playing using an early 60's Silvertone solid state 100 loaded with 2 Jensen 12" speakers that I had purchased almost 25 years ago. I will be using a Fender Rumble 200 with a !5" Hartke extension speaker. Overall the BassVI has had many mixed reviews. The one that I had ordered in due to the one at store was almost unplayable, plays and feels fantastic after a minor set- up was done at the store. ((north Olmsted, Ohio.) The one that I purchased is Olympic white. I must say that this is a beautiful instrument. Fit and finish is excellent. This is my second Squier VI. The one that I originally had purchased from another vendor never felt quite right.I would like to thank Gino, Eric and Gus for all of their help. At this point I am quite pleased.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Was somewhat disappointed

By Take Lead Bass player

from Orlando, FL

About Me Experienced

Pros

    Cons

    • Fret Buzz
    • Poor Pick Up

    Best Uses

      Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

      Its definitely a unique instrument, but did not deliver the punch or tone I was looking for, this guitar would be best suited for someone looking to spend money on just something to add to their collection. Not someone looking to perform live with it.

       
      5.0

      A whole new frontier

      By Jumping Flea

      from Apalachicola, FL

      About Me Experienced

      See all my reviews

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Small Venues

        Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

        Fit and finished quality surprised me, very nice! Electronics makes for a large tonal pallet with a lot of capabilities. Huge slab of wood larger than my Fender Jazz bass! Long neck is a little narrow for bass players and strings way heavy for guitar players, but it fits its own nitch!

         
        5.0

        Great Little Bass, Big Bang for the Buck

        By JEFFREY TRIBBY

        from Lakeland, Florida

        Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

        I did some research on this bass - yes, it really is a bass and not a baritone guitar - before getting the 3-tone sunburst model like the original 60s-70s basses had. The main selling point for me was the set of pickup controls. This bass has a separate on-off switch for each pickup whereas the Fender re-issue has the 5-way Strat-style select switch. That limits the choice of pickup combinations. I'm also happy Fender/Squier brought back the whammy bar - so neat on a bass. My baby came in perfect condition. Once I tuned it up, I found no issues at all with intonation, setup, tuning, fret buzz, no problems at all. I played it in public for the first time yesterday and had a blast. The action is low and very smooth. With the pickup selection and the bass boost switch, I have a very wide range of voices to play with. It's also fun to be able to chord it like a guitar, which I did during the set. This bass is a very nice and welcome addition to my little collection of basses. I got a great big bang for the buck with this bass. Thank you, Fender, and thank you, Guitar Center!

         
        5.0

        Great Little Bass

        By JEFFREY TRIBBY

        from Lakeland, Florida

        Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

        When I got a wave of bass nostalgia, I looked into the Fender Mod. Bass-VI and the Squier version as well. I've always wanted one, but the originals cost thousands now. I did a lot of research and decided to go for the Squier for one main reason, the controls. The Squier has a separate on-off switch for each pickup and a bass boost switch just like the original did. The new Fender version has a Strat-style 5-way selector switch, which limits your choices of pickup combinations. Bringing back the whammy bar was a nice touch, especially for a bass, and yes, this is a true bass with a short (30-inch) scale and tuned like a guitar but one full octave lower. I ordered the three-tone sunburst, and it arrived in perfect shape. Once I got it tuned, I had NO setup problems, NO fret buzz, NO intonation issues, no tuning issues using the whammy bar and NO flaws on the bass. Everything came just right and ready to go right out of the box. It's a lot of fun to be able to chord the thing, too. A guy named Phil X on You Tube has a few demos of the 60s Bass-VIs, and I can duplicate all the sounds he got out of a '61 model, even the "spaghetti western" twang. He's funny and a really great player, so it's good to be able to get the same sounds he did. I'm most pleased with this little bass. It's a great addition to my collection, and I'll be happy and proud to play it in public. Thanks for doing a great job, Fender, and thanks, Guitar Center for helping to make it available to me.

         
        4.0

        Great value for a Bass VI

        By John

        from Sun City, CA

        Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Bass VI:

        These Squiers are a real bargain once one understands that they will need some TLC and a good setup right out of the box. I've wanted a Bass VI for a long time but couldn't afford a vintage or even a MIJ reissue. At this price point I could not resist. Mine had great finish and weight, but needed some fret leveling, neck relief adjustment and of course intonation and heavier strings. With all that done it now plays and sounds the way it's supposed to. BTW I also have a Squier Jaguar that did not even need this amount of setup. Each one is different I suppose.

        Displaying reviews 1-16

        Back to Top

        You are changing the Ship-To country.

        Our product catalog varies by country due to manufacturer restrictions. If you change the Ship-To country, some or all of the items in your cart may not ship to the new destination.