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Squier Releases Matt Freeman Precision Bass

Rancid bassist Matt Freeman now has his own Squier signature Precision Bass, modeled after his favorite personal bass. Freeman explains that “[it] is a ’77 P Bass that I picked up in 1987 for, like, $400 when I was in Operation Ivy. I went all over the world with that bass. And I still have it and I actually play it on all the Rancid records.”

Squier Matt Freeman Precision Bass

The Squier version of his bass features a contoured basswood body with a maple neck and fingerboard. Hardware includes knurled Chrome Dome control knobs and a HiMass bridge with four brass barrel saddles. Available in Black or Vintage White finishes, the Squier Matt Freeman Precision Bass will have a street price of around $349.99.

Squier Matt Freeman Precision Bass Specs:

  • Vintage Precision Bass Styling
  • Matt Freeman Signature on Headstock
  • Basswood Body
  • Maple Neck
  • Maple Fingerboard
  • 20 Frets
  • Knurled Chrome Dome Control Knobs
  • 4-Saddle HiMass Bridge with Brass Barrel Saddles
  • Synthetic Bone Nut

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Sekou

Nice bass….I want one. :)

I bet it sounds like raspberry jam