Squier Classic Vibe Duo-Sonic '50s
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Squier Classic Vibe Duo-Sonic '50s

Classic Vibe Duo-Sonic '50s, Other Shape Guitar from Squier.

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1 Posted on 06/27/2008 at 14:01:47Direct link to this post
Squier presents the Classic Vibe Duo-Sonic '50s, a new model inspired by the classic vintage Fender Duo-Sonic.

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2 Posted on 07/04/2008 at 14:46:19Direct link to this post
Looks good, too bad they don't seem to plan a version with a rosewood fingerboard...

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3 Posted on 07/05/2008 at 19:43:31Direct link to this post

Quote: Looks good, too bad they don't seem to plan a version with a rosewood fingerboard...



That's what I was thinking too... but it sure looks good

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4 Posted on 07/21/2008 at 18:13:08Direct link to this post
Well... for me, it's only a reedition of a cheap guitar by a cheap company..

I'am a bit sceptical...

what is more I don't understand well why squier rebuild it:

it referds to a vintage model that only "experienced" people know but the quality is "not good enough" for those guys.

it makes sense for us, but for a newbie... :?!:

So, who will buy this guitar?
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5 Posted on 07/21/2008 at 20:15:32Direct link to this post
Hard to say who will buy, but it definitely looks good - and for some folks that counts for an awful lot

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6 Posted on 09/21/2008 at 09:21:15Direct link to this post
They had one displayed on the (VERY crowded) Fender stand at the recent "Salon de la Musique et du Son" music fair in Paris. The finish definitely looks good -- too bad I couldn't give it a try though.

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7 Posted on 03/07/2009 at 01:37:48Direct link to this post
In a general way, the squier vintage series look cool.
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8 Posted on 03/07/2009 at 08:06:39Direct link to this post
Did you check out the test? ;)

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9 Posted on 12/12/2009 at 13:22:55Direct link to this post
Who will buy this guitar.

A lot of people who have small hands and who would wish to play on a "shorter" scale instrument.

By the way, Fender dropped the Stratocaster Junior, which is stupid, because a lot of kids between 9 and 13 could have used this good quality guitar to start playing with.

But ... you know ... money rules !!!
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