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Ibanez SR300 vs. Fender Squier

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Heyho bass people, I have a short question for you: I play an Ibanez SR300 P-bass 4 String and my Friend plays a Fender squier with split&mixed p and j pickups, also 4 string. Both were about the same price and we always get in fights about which bass is better, what do you think and why?
Marko1960
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The Ibanez without doubt, Agathis body, 24 frets and those awesome pick ups, add 3 band EQ and there's just no contest, next time he says the Squier is better just smile and say, WHAT EVERRRR
Thats always the best answer
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The Ibanez without doubt, Agathis body, 24 frets and those awesome pick ups, add 3 band EQ and there's just no contest, next time he says the Squier is better just smile and say, WHAT EVERRRR
IBANEZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fender sucks. Also I've played a Fender up all the way, then I Plugged in my Ibanez 5 string, turned it up all the way and it was 3X as loud and the battery was almost dead. If that goes to show.
Fender better than Ibanez? That's a good one.
I hate Fender basses so much! The only bass I'll play is epiphone/gibson, Dean, or Ibanez. So the Ibanez is easily better. It gives a better tone and I feel like it's built more quality. What kind of Fender is it? Probably a Jaguar?
I've owned an SR300 before and I have borrowed a 5 string Fender Squire to fill in for another band once. Both were in excellent condition and both played great but for me the Ibanez won on overall sound and tonality. It just flat out boomed when needed while playing metal. That said, it's really about what your personal requirements are for the sound you want and need and the genre your playing. Any bass can have a “good” sound for what you need but it takes the right one to fill your order.

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