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Squier M-80 Special
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Squier M-80 Special

Other Shape Guitar from Squier belonging to the Master series.

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Squier M-80 SpecialPublished on 01/03/07 at 12:42
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Ben at 250 €, it is certainly not made to US, but well ... China!
22 Jumbo frets stick, 2 humbucker pickups (humbuckers => HH)
1 volume and 1 tone for each of the microphones and a 3 position selector (neck, neck-bridge, bridge)
The handle is of form "C"
Mine is the color "red wine mettalic" as in the photo.
Polyurethane varnish on the body and the handle.
Mechanical guarding the agreement not too bad ... but no top!

8 out of 10 because I would have loved to splitter mics, but good on a skyscraper at 250 €! should not exaggerate ...

UTILIZATION

The neck is pretty nice shape suits me well, neither too big nor too thin no problems for the game Agreements or for the solos......
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Ben at 250 €, it is certainly not made to US, but well ... China!
22 Jumbo frets stick, 2 humbucker pickups (humbuckers => HH)
1 volume and 1 tone for each of the microphones and a 3 position selector (neck, neck-bridge, bridge)
The handle is of form "C"
Mine is the color "red wine mettalic" as in the photo.
Polyurethane varnish on the body and the handle.
Mechanical guarding the agreement not too bad ... but no top!

8 out of 10 because I would have loved to splitter mics, but good on a skyscraper at 250 €! should not exaggerate ...

UTILIZATION

The neck is pretty nice shape suits me well, neither too big nor too thin no problems for the game Agreements or for the solos in short j'm'éclate me ...
Access to the acute is very correct to the 19th fret, after it's a bit more difficult but not impossible.
I am very very cozy shape: cutting bevel for the stomach and arm weight very evenly distributed: the head does not look and do not "fly" no.
we get sound by plugging the guitar into the amp ;-) Seriously no problems for the sound ... on the other hand for "sound" is another story.

9 of 10 for very very good ergonomics and ease of use.

SOUNDS

Ben ... it's not a Start or a Les Paul US ... again, I'm not a blues junior tube amp like ...
Me my style of music, the blues-rock ... well Péchu and must say that the guitar is well suited
I use my roland cube 15 W (transistor) 50 with my ME slight overdrive ... it's nice.
Honestly the bridge pickup is nice, the handle a little less
I like the treble and upper mids, for serious, I like less.

6 out of 10 because the sound is nothing great, and it takes a lot of effects and settings for sound less metallic and more warm and round.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year and I'm having good;
What I like most is its ergonomics, the less the neck pickup is not great (but far from horrible, it's quite usable);
As a beginner, I have not tried masses of models before buying, since I tried Gretch, one or two layers and a lot of yamaha lag ... etc.
The value for money is more than adequate especially for a beginner.

Over time, to begin, I would do can be the same choice ... or maybe a yamaha pacifica (more versatile mics => config HSS) but overall I am satisfied, now I pay a good Start or Tele (mex not US) or in a config HH pickups or a splitables hollow body .... short chuis undecided ;-)

8 of 10 (compared to the price)
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Squier M-80 SpecialPublished on 08/05/07 at 03:02
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It was manufactured in Indonesia
22 jumbo frets and equipped with 2 humbuckers
Tune-o-matic tailpiece with
there is a volume knob and one tone for each pickup
C handle that I find very good
Typical configuration in short

UTILIZATION

The handle is very pleasant
Access to acute heel is really excellent for it being profiled
Excellent weight distribution which itself is rather light for this little guitar
You can get a good sound, looking for a little bit but should not play anything with it.

SOUNDS

I play everything but it is really cut out for rock
I play with a marshall MG100 and zoom G7.1ut
I love the sound of distortion in the bridge pickup but the neck......
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It was manufactured in Indonesia
22 jumbo frets and equipped with 2 humbuckers
Tune-o-matic tailpiece with
there is a volume knob and one tone for each pickup
C handle that I find very good
Typical configuration in short

UTILIZATION

The handle is very pleasant
Access to acute heel is really excellent for it being profiled
Excellent weight distribution which itself is rather light for this little guitar
You can get a good sound, looking for a little bit but should not play anything with it.

SOUNDS

I play everything but it is really cut out for rock
I play with a marshall MG100 and zoom G7.1ut
I love the sound of distortion in the bridge pickup but the neck pickup needs a long time to find an appropriate adjustment. I do not use it until I found him.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 1 year
I like the design, ergonomics and sound even if it is well-typed rock
I tried low-end guitars as it is my first guitar but I do not regret having chosen it even if I recommend a more pacifica for beginners that is less typical
The value for money is good no more. This is a guitar made for not expensive.
I would do in the circumstances in which I took.
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Squier M-80 SpecialPublished on 03/24/08 at 10:21
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Mine comes from Indonesia, to start I very telling props, until the day I had my Start U.S.!
Originally it was 2 humbucker though mediocre, I put an EMG H4 in a neck and Seymour Duncan SH6 invader and I replace the two volume set of push and pull the microphone splitter
now I'll put 10

UTILIZATION

Quite original form which is October 1

SOUNDS

On orgine lamentable ... but it's going to take! With a small amp first it does! (I had a fender while pitit)

OVERALL OPINION

RAPORT very good money but at first glance it is no longer
has again YES I love my M80! ...
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Mine comes from Indonesia, to start I very telling props, until the day I had my Start U.S.!
Originally it was 2 humbucker though mediocre, I put an EMG H4 in a neck and Seymour Duncan SH6 invader and I replace the two volume set of push and pull the microphone splitter
now I'll put 10

UTILIZATION

Quite original form which is October 1

SOUNDS

On orgine lamentable ... but it's going to take! With a small amp first it does! (I had a fender while pitit)

OVERALL OPINION

RAPORT very good money but at first glance it is no longer
has again YES I love my M80!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Squier
  • Model: M-80 Special
  • Series: Master
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/26/2006

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