No ads. No sponsorships. Just firsthand experiences from fellow enthusiasts. Learn more.
Squier Classic Vibe '60s Precision Bass - Olympic White
DescriptionBundle and Save 10%!
Call your Sweetwater Sales engineer at 1-800-222-4700 about a special opportunity to save 10% when you buy 2 or more qualifying Fender or Squier products in a bundle! This offer includes guitars, basses, or amplifiers, $500 or less. Offer effective now through October 2, 2022.
Comments from forums and Reddit
Discussed in Guitar Center online or Reverb.com? in the TalkBass community
Sweetwater.com is competitively priced, offer a 30 day return policy and have a strong reputation for customer support. Squier Classic Vibe '60s Precision Bass - Olympic White ... ... more
I've heard of Sweetwater before. Just wasn't too sure about their used listings. I might consider them as well. ... more
+1 meets your criteria, and Sweetwater is a pretty decent place to do business with. Used GC is a good way to go if you insist on used. ... more
Discussed in Looking for advice on first bass purchase! in the TalkBass community
So true. This OP's search is one of the easiest to solve though in bassdom! All he needs are three things, and he's still way within budget: Squier Classic Vibe '60s Precision ... ... more
I suggest the OP give the Pao Ferro a try. I love my '18 Player with the PF board. Warmer than maple but with its snap. Great stuff!:thumbsup: Hard to top that! GHS Precision Flats ... ... more
Discussed in Squier Classic Vibe Club (Part 3) in the TalkBass community
Found a CIC CV60P on Sweetwater side. Squier Classic Vibe '60s Precision Bass - Olympic White But,,, the string tree placement seem odd on CIC unit. Edit, oh....my bad. my previous CIC CV60P just has same string tree placement... [image] ... more
Is it Grand Reward though? But the neck even though it isn't rosewood, looks better finished than the Indonesian counterparts ... more
Hmmm , looks like they are switching production locations again. I wonder these will have the tone rider pickups ? No real Indian rosewood is a deal breaker for me. ... more