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Squier Vintage Modified Squier '51 2013
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Squier Vintage Modified Squier '51 2013

Other Shape Guitar from Squier belonging to the Squier '51 series.

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The Squier '51 guitar is back in a new 2013 edition now part of the Vintage Modified Series.

The new Vintage Modified Squier '51 retains the main features and low price of the guitar manufactured in the mid 2000s. Here are the details:

  • Basswood body
  • Maple neck with C shape
  • Maple fingerboard with 9.5" radius, 21 medium jumbo frets and black Dot inlays
  • Nut width: 1.650"
  • Scale length: 25.5"
  • Stratocaster single coil neck pickup and Hot Humbucking the bridge position
  • Master push/pull volume knob for humbucker split
  • 3-way rotary pickup switch
  • 6-saddle fixed bridge
  • Single ply white pickguard (black on the Vintage Blonde finish)
  • Chrome hardware
  • Finishes: 2-Tone Sunburst, Candy Apple Red and Vintage Blonde

US MSRP is $279.99

More info at www.fender.com.

 

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