Trusted musician and artist reviews for Fender Squier Affinity PJ Bass
Based on 11 Reviews and 28 Ratings
This is such a great bass, it sounds great and it is easy to play because the fretboard isn't to big. I like the colour on this bass and everything about it is great. This bass can hold it's tuning well and sounds amazing I highly recommend it!
For a begginer is great.
This bass is great if you are starting out, but if you want to play funk and slap bass maybe it’s a better idea to get a sub stingray, overall it’s a great bass for the money, only the jazz pickup is a little low quality, but the Precision pickup is dope, sadly i don’t like the Precision tone, so that’s that.
Great bass for beginners and just a bit over
It's surprisingly good for an affinity. Mine is in Candy Apple Red
Good to start with if you love PB
It's a cheap PB, good to start with and getting used with PB's neck. But as its price can really be seen in its quality, as soon as you get more comfortable with it, you should head straight to the real deal ; a real Fender PB. So, if you can extend your budget, you should go straight to a real Fender. But if not, it's a good bass to start playing with.
My first bass. Quite solid.
I bought this 3 years ago. It sounded good, played good, and looked pretty decent. For the 3 years that I had it, it held up pretty well. unfortunately, the action got pretty wonky after those years and was a constant pain to have to fix.
Nice beginners bass
Right out of the box is decent to play, as usual for being an affordable instrument it could use a set up, and maybe if you want to upgrade it some Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound Bass pickups, but thats it, if you want to upgrade it more, you're better of buying a better bass, maybe a Classic Vibe or a MIM