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Squier Pro Tone Tele Thinline
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Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar from Squier belonging to the Pro Tone series.

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  • jacqnjacqn

    a very good guitar and beautiful

    Squier Pro Tone Tele ThinlinePublished on 03/30/13 at 03:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    see below
    unknown series, made that 2-3 years but very good quality
    recovery in the short article on Squier in "Electric Guitars The Illustrated Encyclopedia" of eTony Bacon (Author), D. Burrluck (Author), Peters Day (Author) - Dictionary and Encyclopedia (hardcover). Released in 12/2006
    as evidence of the quality of Korean Squier 1996-8
    how she scored the spirit this series

    UTILIZATION

    handle very comfortable for the rest it is a TV but ... weight
    this is what makes me different between crack with major back problems
    I was warned about the mechanical tjs not very good in the long run on these models, but it does not suffer from this problem

    SOUNDS

    it is a …
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    see below
    unknown series, made that 2-3 years but very good quality
    recovery in the short article on Squier in "Electric Guitars The Illustrated Encyclopedia" of eTony Bacon (Author), D. Burrluck (Author), Peters Day (Author) - Dictionary and Encyclopedia (hardcover). Released in 12/2006
    as evidence of the quality of Korean Squier 1996-8
    how she scored the spirit this series

    UTILIZATION

    handle very comfortable for the rest it is a TV but ... weight
    this is what makes me different between crack with major back problems
    I was warned about the mechanical tjs not very good in the long run on these models, but it does not suffer from this problem

    SOUNDS

    it is a pure blues machine!
    I found the original pickups very satisfactory
    with a full lamp (Blackheart BH15) with gain almost the bottom of the handle is a fat, round, and very sharp snapping
    say that the middle position is less interesting, but it is often the case on guitars, and especially TVs
    great sustain vacuum as amplified hollow body forces

    OVERALL OPINION

    excellent value for money for this model at the price I got it (perfectly tuned with new strings and more)
    I sold my TV Lite Ash by lack of affinity, not finding my game on this model probably better construction (though) but with less personality, heavier and less attractive
    it is not only beautiful but a real character
    So for me full board
    for now they still pass unnoticed in sales (I was the only one to be interested in the classifieds where it was posted, that is to say) but I think the score will climb slowly but surely seen the quality of this guitar
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  • brizziobrizzio

    Squier Pro Tone Tele ThinlinePublished on 06/21/07 at 09:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This guitar comes from Korea, Series "gold" for the logo which means the high-end home squier (yes, yes it exists in them too!) Thinline body, Maple neck 21 frets medium screw, causing the guitar is fitted with two micro squier standard tele that I replaced the fender usa vintage noiseless ... the guitar sounds as good if not better than the U.S. (90'telecaster Thinline), hardware gold, plque perloïd protection, an electronic classic tv (2 micros simple, 3-position selector, volume and tone)

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is quite surprising as all telecaster end, Finn frets, modern profile (C) but there is rapid access to acute is correct, the weight is impeccable '(Thinline oblige!) The …
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    This guitar comes from Korea, Series "gold" for the logo which means the high-end home squier (yes, yes it exists in them too!) Thinline body, Maple neck 21 frets medium screw, causing the guitar is fitted with two micro squier standard tele that I replaced the fender usa vintage noiseless ... the guitar sounds as good if not better than the U.S. (90'telecaster Thinline), hardware gold, plque perloïd protection, an electronic classic tv (2 micros simple, 3-position selector, volume and tone)

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is quite surprising as all telecaster end, Finn frets, modern profile (C) but there is rapid access to acute is correct, the weight is impeccable '(Thinline oblige!) The sound was good with mics of origin, but I changed the boards because I did not find that magic and with this quality late model fender (whether U.S. or Mexican Koreen)

    SOUNDS

    It suits me plenty I like the sound of the tele is a legend I play on a Marshall 100 watts with effects and a Rocktron pédialier korg, I tried the metal (if it defends) but it ' eun crunch is that it becomes enjoyable, fabulous for blues, rock 70's clean sound fabulous, its only flaw is its rejection of large saturations (logic + vintage noiseless Thinline is not intended to be happy I play for all sounds clear the crunch and slight distortion, some reverb, lots of chorus, delay and a dose of crunchy sound of a good old marshall guitar makes this an effective weapon for a good greasy blues rock

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this guitar for $ 98 19 500 Belgian francs, I love this guitar we spend many more years together, I love his look, his unique sound, I like the fact that at least parts is almost impossible to find spare parts (the bridge is different from the ones found in the fender and spare parts!), the value for money is fabulous, believe it or not fender us today did not arrive at the chevi, wood quality, perfect construction, many people confuse it with the model aisaiment us! I buy it back again and again if I had to go back 9 years ago this guitar to change my vision of sound and music that I play
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