What is your overall opinion of this product?
For a home studio application, I needed a "play it yourself" bass, instead of the generic short clips of audio that you get with a computer program. To be picky, I wanted a bass that has a thin narrow neck, unlike a Precision, and less heavy/ long. The Squire Vintage Mod Jaguar SS fit my home studio situation perfectly. The variety of sounds this bass put out really surprised me. The two different pickups, Jazz and Precision, give deep smooth lows up to twangy highs. I did replace the pickup selector (small round knob) with a 'chicken head' knob to feel which variable position it was in, without looking to see where the tiny white line on the knob is. The pickups appear to be quite strong, for a Squire. This is not a neck heavy guitar. The balance point is in the middle when you strap it on. Also good workmanship on an Indo product. the ultimate consideration is that I've save over a thousand bucks and got a studio quality bass with good sound! Impressive attributes for a Squire!