Squier Mike Dirnt P Bass

(Antique White)  Sku #513882000341000

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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Cool looking and rock solid.

The Squier Mike Dirnt Precision Bass guitar represents the Green Day bassist's take on an early '50s Precision Bass with a unique look and a sound that can cut through the thickest wall of guitar sound. Features separate volume and tone controls, chrome hardware and a solid agathis body. Unique features include a star graphic on body, the '51 headstock shape, '51 slab-style body with '55-style front arm contour and pickguard, and a side-mounted jack plate. The Perfect P Bass for the Green Day fan and for players looking for a versatile electric bass guitar with a killer vibe.

Includes gig bag.

Solid-body electric bass
Agathis body with star graphic
Maple neck
Rosewood fingerboard
20 medium jumbo frets
34" scale
1.6" width at nut
Chrome hardware
Standard open-gear tuners
Standard four-saddle bridge
Single-ply '55 style pickguard
Split, single-coil pickup
One volume, one tone control
Includes gig bag

Order today and let Green Day be your inspiration.

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Lacking Some Good Tones


from San Jacinto, CA

Comments about Squier Mike Dirnt P Bass:

I found this bass to have a nice, but small punch and almost totally no real resonance or sustain. It might work well with a lot of amplifier Watts and in a semi-lead position, but it cannot actually groove and lay down a decent backbone to the mix. If you don't pump it hard, you'll get blown out by a decent guitar amp at 50%. It felt OK - but just OK. The action cannot truly be tested as it was in a store and I'd reset everything anyway - but as it was, it felt decent enough to get a fair appraisal of it's tone and voice. This is a good bass to practice on, but why practice on something that won't really gig well? It's finicky-ness isn't going to make a n00b happy with it either - it's more along the lines of something a player might want just for collection-sake - but not a good grinder or gigger bass at all, IMHO.

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