Squier introduces brand new guitars

Celebrated Bay Area bassist and punk legend Matt Freeman is known for his monster chops and aggressive playing with Rancid, Operation Ivy and, more recently, Devils Brigade.

The all-new Matt Freeman Signature Precision Bass complements his playing style and delivers the true Precision Bass experience, with monster tone of its own roaring from its traditional split-single-coil pickup.

Features include a contoured basswood body finished in Black or Vintage White, vintage-tint gloss fast-action maple neck, 20-fret maple fingerboard with modern 9.5-inch radius, “HiMass” bridge with four brass barrel saddles and a three-ply black-white-black pickguard.

The all-new Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass Special SS (short scale) puts classic Fender looks into a distinctively sharp-looking, great-sounding and super-versatile Squier bass model.

Features include a sleek offset-waist body and an ultra-slim fast-action 30-inch scale neck, with the added one-two punch of a booming split single-coil Precision Bass middle pickup paired with a growling Jazz Bass single-coil bridge pickup.

More than just a student model, this bass is perfect for players who will appreciate the comfort of a short-scale instrument. Superior tone, smooth playability, great comfort and fantastic value.

To view the existing great value range of Squier guitars visit the Musicroom site.

For more information on the Matt Freeman Signature Precision Bass and the Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass Special SS check out the Squier website.



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  1. says

    Fender has some starter packs, and I think Gibson does as well. They are good enguoh, cheap enguoh, and will work while you learn a little something.Don’t go dropping mad loot on something you’re not sure you’re going to enjoy or willing to invest time in.