Squier Electric Bass
For the beginning bassist, Squier basses are the perfect way to get in on the ground floor of Fender design. Instruments like the Affinity Series Jazz Bass and Bronco Bass are excellent choices for a first bass, as they are easy to play and built to last. Squier also comes through in fine style for the more experienced musician looking for an economical road instrument with basses like the Vintage Modified line, which offers a Telecaster Bass and a fretless Jazz Bass, to name just two examples.
Even a signature instrument is well within the scope of Squier's electric basses. The roster of Squier artists transcends genres, from metal in Mastodon bassist Troy Sanders' signature Jaguar to punk with a P-bass for Green Day's Mike Dirnt. Also rocking a signature P-bass is Eva Gardner, whose resume is a real showcase of versatility, having played with the Mars Volta, Veruca Salt, Pink, Telstar and Lyra. The diverse styles of Squier signature artists reflect the limitless possibilities these instruments offer.
Whether you're taking your first steps into the world of the bass or simply looking for an instrument you can take anywhere, Squier is ready to provide. Even with a different name on the headstock, a Fender is a Fender, and you'll hear the evidence of that with every note you play on your new Squier bass.