Are Squier Classic Vibe Basses any good?
The split coil is punchy, bright, and really cuts through the mix the way. It really sounds exactly like a pricier Fender P Bass for a fraction of the cost. The Classic Vibe ’70s even has excellent sustain, even though it drops off significantly as you roll off the volume and tone.
Is a Squier Jazz bass any good?
When I first received the Squier Classic Vibe ’70s Jazz Bass, I could have sworn I was playing it’s bigger brother, a Fender, and had to check the headstock a few times. This Squier bass is very well crafted, fun to play, sounds great, and as the name reveals, has that classic ’70s look.
What bass is good for jazz?
Top 9 Best Jazz Bass Guitars – 2021
- EASTCOAST GB200 BASS GUITAR.
- Ibanez SR375EF-BBT 5-String Fretless Bass Brown Burst.
- Squier Classic Vibe Jazz Bass 60s Jazz Bass Laurel FB Black.
- IBANEZ SR500E BASS GUITAR, BROWN MAHOGANY.
- FENDER MUSTANG BASS PJ.
- IBANEZ SR405EQM 5-STRING BASS GUITAR.
Where are Squire Classic Vibe basses made?
Unbiased review: Squier Classic Vibe Jaguar Bass, medium scale, 2020 model (made in the Samick factory, Indonesia)
What bass does Marcus Miller play?
1977 Fender Jazz Bass
Miller is noted for playing a 1977 Fender Jazz Bass that was modified by Roger Sadowsky with the addition of a Bartolini preamp so he could control his sound in the studio.
What is a jazz bass?
Jazz bass is the use of the double bass or electric bass to improvise accompaniment (“comping”) basslines and solos in a jazz or jazz fusion style. Players began using the double bass in jazz in the 1890s to supply the low-pitched walking basslines that outlined the chord progressions of the songs.
Is Marcus Miller a good bass player?
Whether holding it down in the studio or leading from the front with his own band, Marcus Miller is one of the most heralded bass players on the planet.