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Electric bass

  • Classic Vibe series
  • Body: Poplar
  • Bolted neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Indian laurel
  • Pearloid dot fretboard inlays
  • Neck profile: C
  • Fretboard radius: 241.3 mm (9.5")
  • Scale: Long scale
  • Nut width: 38.1 mm
  • Bone nut
  • 20 Narrow tall Frets
  • Pickups: 2 Fender designed AlNiCo single coils
  • 2 Volume and 1 master tone control
  • Vintage-style bridge
  • Four-ply tortoiseshell pickguard
  • Nickel hardware
  • Original stringing: NPS .045-.105
  • Colour: Daphne Blue
Colour Blue
Soundboard Poplar
Neck Maple
Fretboard Indian Laurel
Frets 20
Scale Longscale
Pickup System SS
Elektronic Passive
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Incl. Gigbag No
available since March 2019
Item number 457314
£333
Free shipping incl. VAT
In stock within 1-2 weeks
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An amazing value
QuickNoodles 01.11.2019
I've been debating for months now on which bass to get. I primarily play in my bedroom, recording my own stuff. But I did want a bass that I can confidently bring on stage with me. So after looking at multiple offerings I settled on this.

This bass looks amazing, it really has that vintage feel to it. I was amazed by the build quality and setup out of the box, screws are all put in properly not at an angle, the tuners, pickups and the bridge all feel nice and solid, everything just feels properly put together.

The action from is nice and low (although this is up to personal preference), the intonation is spot on, the fret board is pretty although not as dark as normal rosewood. Neck feels amazing, it has a beautiful vintage tint, it is not satin which I love (actually none of my guitars have a sating neck). Frets are nice and shiny so no polishing required. I really see no reason to take this to my local guitar shop for a set-up.

Sound wise, you have to really try it in person, and it depends tremendously on the amp you use. The tone/volume knobs to my surprise actually have a nice linear control, no sudden changes.

Overall I'm very happy with my purchase and Thomann service was great as usual. If you like the look of this bass I would definitely recommend it!
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AWESOME really all you could ever need from a bass
Jake king 06.05.2021
Seriously, amazed at how impressive this bass is for the price. anyone ive ever showed or let play it is also of a similar opinion. im sure it mightn't be as good as a bass costing 2000+ plus but jesus it'd give it a run for its money.
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ctepeo 13.11.2020
I needed a bass guitar mostly for recording it over my guitar riffs, so i'm not a bass guitar player and can't say a lot about the instrument from this point of view. Anyway I play guitar(s) for a while and here's what I can say: it has really nice, soft sound and it's pleasure to play it, the build quality is awesome. Pickups take sound nicely and adjusting volume and tones helps to reach different sounds. I'm pretty happy with the guitar I definitely can recommend it
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un pur son vintage pour un petit budget
sharpei 17.09.2020
J'ai été l'heureux propriétaire de plus de soixante basses et si ma basse de luthier reste mon instrument premier, addict aux sonorités jazz bass, mon choix s'est porté sur cette petite squier cv JB 60 à la très belle couleur daphné blue, corps en peuplier. j'ai eu un peu toutes les squier, la dernière était un modèle cv 70 érable. Bien sur mon avis est subjectif, mais cette 60 est pour le prix exceptionnelle, Si vous êtes à la recherche d'un son vintage Fender avec de beaux médiums feutrés, des basses bien rondes, vous serez servi, j'ai été moins convaincu par la 70 nat érable aux sonorités plus sèches, mais encore une fois tout dépend de ce que l'on recherche; Je précise que j'ai changé les cordes, ce qui est indispensable, remplacées par des cordes déjà jouées un petit mois pour éviter le côté metallique des cordes neuves (celles fournies, un premier prix fender je pense sont de plus plutôt rugueuses au toucher).Je joue sur enceinte mark bass 4X10 et tête warwick LWA 1000 (que je préfère largement à la little Marcus 500 revendue rapidement) Pour conclure, je ne sais si les sons produits sont le fruit de la touche laurier, du bois de peuplier, de l'épaisseur de laque, des micros (que je pensais changer mais...) mais j'ai trouvé pour une somme modique une basse très performante et pour ce que je recherche, au dessus de la marque signée MM, produit que je viens aussi de revendre et ne le regrette pas. Alors pour ce prix et pour avoir possédé énormément de basses, je vois pas de concurrence réelle, mais je le répète, vous n'êtes pas tenu de partager mon choix.
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