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Squier Classic Vibe Stratocaster '50s
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Squier Classic Vibe Stratocaster '50s

STC-Shaped Guitar from Squier belonging to the Stratocaster series.

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jpk77 jpk77
Publié le 01/09/10 à 05:39
Mine is olympic white color with gold plate 8 hole (anodized)

Crafted china
vintage fender type bridge (52 mm spacing so be careful if you considered the change because it is not the U.S. ratings)
In addition, the bob of the vibrato is thinner than the U.S. So in theory at least sustain
round shape 1 piece maple C radius 9.5 inches
stained and varnished completely
21 medium frets
3 custom alnico III pickups
5 position selector sleeve, neck / middle, middle, middle / bridge, bridge
1 volume, 2 tones (on the neck and middle pickups)
Finishing almost perfect

UTILIZATION

Channel super nice, although the frets hang slightly (I have sanded the ends with a small sanding block of designer and now the handle is perfect) I note 9 because of the frets!
rather light weight for a stratum (3.3 kg for mine)
well balanced
very resonant
on the sound of old strat (surprenant!) that sound very vintage flute!
I have completely redone the settings rise 9-42 of origin, I rise 10-48 Gilmour way (besides this Squier is much like his BlackStrat to 3700 euros in a few details <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="" /> .)

SOUNDS

Absolutely versatile in the directories of former ...
The neck pickup is a bit tight for my taste and demand may be changed (see later).
Sounds great but the alnicos III.

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased for 1 month and I am very happy to have owned many Fender, it exceeds by far the Mexican!
even an American I've owned.

Value for money better than anything I know! roughly 35 models of strat tried.

I do it again this election without problem until proven otherwise ... go for this is that the happy scratching! hope they maintain this level of production from Squier.

Just a little flat at the fixing screws provided, they are just a bit and I had to change (slightly greater diameter) when changing the mechanical drawing for remaining in place.
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