Squier Affinity Bronco Torino Red, Maple
Squier Affinity Bronco Torino Red, Maple Overview by GAK
The Squier® Bronco™ Bass is ideal for guitarists who occasionally need a bass, younger beginners, players with smaller hands or anyone who prefers the feel of a short scale (30") bass. Great tuning stability, versatile tone and easy playability make this instrument a great first bass or addition to your stable of instruments.
Featuring a 30” scale length, Maple neck with "C"-shaped profile and 19-fret maple fingerboard, Special design single-coil pickup, Two-saddle chrome bridge.
The comfortable "C"-shaped neck profile of this instrument (the shape of the neck in cross section) is sculpted to impart a vintage-style playing feel. The most prevalent neck profile shape, it’s remarkably comfortable and is ideal for all playing styles.
Long used for necks, maple combines clean, crisp looks with durability and tone.
The specially designed single-coil pickup on the Bronco Bass is full and rich-sounding.
- Body: Agathis
- Neck: Maple, C-Shape,(Polyurethane Finish)
- Fingerboard Maple, 9.5" Radius (241 mm)
- No. of Frets: 19 Medium Jumbo
- Pickups: 1 Special Design Single-Coil Pickup
- Pickup Switching: None
- Bridge: 2-Saddle Chrome
- Machine Heads: Standard Covered Mini-Tuners
- Hardware: Chrome
- Pickguard: 3-Ply White
- Scale Length: 30"
- Width at Nut: 1.50" (38 mm)
- Unique Features: Short Scale Length, Dot Position Inlays, Knurled Chrome Dome Control Knobs
- Strings: Fender Super 5250XL, p/n 073-5250-002, (.040, .060, .075, .095)
No upgrades available
Great studio Bass
Great guitar for price.
Exactly wahat I expected from other reviews - easy to play
Very good product.
Having spent the last 40 years playing long scale basses, I decided it was time to add something a little different to my arsenal of bass equipment. I needed a "shorty", so why not a red one? For me, it's a bit of a novelty but I can't fault it. Great fun and easy to play, surprisingly good sound, very well constructed and finished; oh, and well priced too. Highly recommended; probably really good for a young fledgling bass player, but equally fit for purpose for an experienced old git like me.