Squier Classic Vibe Duo-Sonic '50s
Squier presents the Classic Vibe Duo-Sonic '50s, a new model inspired by the classic vintage Fender Duo-Sonic.
Originally conceived as a student-level guitar designed to capture the attention of rock ‘n’ roll 1950s youth, the Duo-Sonic then became a sought-after model among collectors, musicians and Fender fans.
Squier’s new Classic Vibe Duo-Sonic ’50s comes in a Desert Sand finish on a basswood body, with a comfortable 24”-scale gloss-maple neck with 21 medium-jumbo frets and a modern 9.5” fingerboard radius. Other features include two alnico V single-coil pickups and a three-way selector switch for bright, clear Fender-like tones.
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