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Squier Esprit
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Squier Esprit

Other Shape Guitar from Squier belonging to the Master series.

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Squier EspritPublished on 03/18/07 at 14:36
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The guitar is Squier Esprit modern remake of a Fender guitar ULTRA Spirit popularized by the great Robben Ford.
With a mahogany body, very rare in Squier and Fender, and two "Duncan designed" humbucker pickups, the guitar is a bit different design compared to the more conventional look of the brand. FENDER Spirit series was introduced for the first time around 1980, to attract guitarists who had never tried Fender before. It appears it was the equivalent of Les Paul Fender ..... at the time and was the spearhead of the great musicians of blues, rhythm and blues and jazz with Robben Ford.

Mahogany body (lime color of wine satin) with a flawless polish that highlights the beautiful......
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The guitar is Squier Esprit modern remake of a Fender guitar ULTRA Spirit popularized by the great Robben Ford.
With a mahogany body, very rare in Squier and Fender, and two "Duncan designed" humbucker pickups, the guitar is a bit different design compared to the more conventional look of the brand. FENDER Spirit series was introduced for the first time around 1980, to attract guitarists who had never tried Fender before. It appears it was the equivalent of Les Paul Fender ..... at the time and was the spearhead of the great musicians of blues, rhythm and blues and jazz with Robben Ford.

Mahogany body (lime color of wine satin) with a flawless polish that highlights the beautiful wood grain.
maple neck, form C
rosewood fingerboard radius 305mm
22 medium jumbo frets, hyper well finished and settled, giving an immediate feeling of comfort, precision stimulating for the velocity of the fingers.
2 humbuckers "Duncan designed"
Controls: 2 volume, 2 tones
3 switch positions.
Fender Strings 009-042

UTILIZATION

Super comfortable, perfect for jumbo frets and velocity sweep!
Body well balanced, not heavy, it is one with the guitarist.
Easy adjustments, accurate sound, powerful.

SOUNDS

Versatile in its clean or saturated, no problem! It reacts to the quarter turn!

OVERALL OPINION

Considering the price, beautiful, balanced, lightweight and versatile ,.... I will change (maybe one day ,...!!!!) pickups, keeping the covers to keep the homogeneity of the superb finish matching the mechanical, the bridge and tailpiece.

For beginner or advanced ... "Foot" guaranteed!
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  • Manufacturer: Squier
  • Model: Esprit
  • Series: Master
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/20/2006

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