Initially acquired by Fender as a string maker, Squier has grown into so much more. Used to battle the knock-off guitar competition in the late 70s and early 80s, Squier has become the affordable option for musicians looking for a higher-end instrument. No matter the style of bass you are after, if Fender makes it, Squier does too. The first thing you'll notice when you pick up a Squier bass is that familiar Fender look and feel. Made to rock as hard as their Fender counter-parts, Squier basses have the same trademarks, standards and designs... essentially, they are a Fender. Capturing everything that's great about that beloved brand, Squier will blow you away with the quality of their instruments.
If you're just starting to play the bass, there are a variety of options here to help you launch your musical career. Basses like the Affinity Series J Bass and the Affinity Series Bronco Bass Guitar are easy to play, are durably crafted and offer a full, rich sound, perfect for beginners and younger musicians. For more intermediate to advanced players, the selection for you to choose from opens up even more. From fretless basses like the Vintage Modified Fretless Jazz Bass, to the telecasters like the Vintage Modified Telecaster Bass, these instruments will bring a timeless edge to every performance.
There are even basses in this section inspired by famous rockers themselves. Options like the Mikey Way Signature Mustang Electric Bass Guitar and the Pete Wentz Signature P Bass, have been created with direct input from the artists in order to emulate the tone of their own instrument. If you want to sound like a specific bassist, there's no better way than by using the same bass guitar they use.
When you want to stop dreaming and start playing, there is nothing quite like a Squier bass (except for a Fender bass, of course). Whether you're a hobbyist or a stage performer, Squier has a bass to suit your exact needs as a musician.