Squier P Bass, vintage white, made in Japan 1993/4. The Silver Series heralded a return to Japanese manufacturing for Squier, and they were met with great acclaim upon arrival owing to their brilliant build quality and classic feel. This one is in crispy vintage white, which is a nice change from the much more common sunburst finish. This one is in pretty shiny shape for a 25ish year old instrument, it's looking really good. The classic-P tone is there in spade; it has a big thick growl with great clarity and warmth. The satin finish neck is a highlight; there's some crazy flame maple on show that probably should've landed on a bass worth a few extra thousand dollars. This is significantly cheaper than a lot of current offerings from Squier, and it really has a whole lot of proper MIJ-mojo that you really don't get on new offerings. Cool!
Model: Squier Silver Series Precision Bass (SPB33)
Made in: Japan, FujiGen Gakki plant, 1993/4 (serial O012335)
Finish: vintage white, 1-ply black guard
Body: 'wood fibre', looks like basswood
Neck: maple with rosewood board, dot inlays
Mods: knobs replaced
Pickup: original Fender Japan PB-Single
Cosmetic condition notes: minor finish wear. There's a few marks on the back of the headstock. The neck is pretty clean. The back is fairly clean with just some minor scratches, save for some dents up in the top corner. The front is fairly clean, just some normal play scratches on the guard and top horn and a few dimples around the bridge. Overall: very good condition (8.5/10)
Playing condition notes: Action is low, neck is straight, intonation is good, truss rod works. All electrics tested and working properly. The frets have some minor wear, but they look pretty good; 8/10 for life left. Wearing fresh 45/105s.