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Home > Bass > Electric Bass > 4 String Electric > Squier Affinity Series Bronco Bass Guitar

4 String Electric Bass

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Item #: 510426 001

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Product Overview

An easy-to-play, super affordable bass.

  • A perfect starter bass for students
    Delivers a great tone and feel
    A solid value that no other bass can match
Product Details

Squier Affinity Series Bronco Bass Guitar

With its slim 30"-scale neck and lightweight body, the Squier Affinity Series Bronco Bass Guitar is an easy-to-play bass. Features a double-cutaway body, maple neck and fingerboard, 19 frets, a single-coil pickup, master volume, and tone.

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17 out of 19 People found this review helpful

A good bass for beginners

By Mike Lent from Severna Park, MD on 2/15/2011 5:42:34 PM

I am fairly new to the world of bass playing, so I bought this Squier P-Bass on the advice of a bass-playing Music&Arts employee. As a first bass, it has been serving me well. I have fallen in love with playing bass because of this instrument. It provides a good set of bass tones and is a solid instrument. I have, however, had a few minor issues with the bass. Most notably, the A string buzzes a lot (a problem that I will attempt to solve by adjusting the saddles). Also, it tends to go out of tune after a few hours of play, though I am new to the world of the electric bass and don't know if this is a normal issue. Finally, the fret dividers are a bit sharp and can therefore be a bit annoying when playing a lot of slides. Besides these minor complaints, I am very happy with this bass and will be content playing it for the next few years.

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