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

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  • TommyXIIITommyXIII

    The jackpot!

    Squier Double Fat StratPublished on 01/03/14 at 14:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Indonesia or Korea and "Crafted in China" in 2001.

    Modern bridge two anchor points.

    Maple neck rosewood fingerboard profile modern "C"

    22 Medium Jumbo frets.

    Corp. Aghatis solid (no chipboard or CP).

    2 Humbucker Squier, a volume of tones.

    UTILIZATION

    Which is pretty crazy is that this is the most ergonomic guitar on which I could play and I'm not kidding, the handle is just perfect to my taste, for access to acute no problem c ' is a strat. Weight and that of a standard stratocaster neither more nor less.

    Originally the tone knob and volume does not sound particularly progressive but still do their job and take without spitting.

    SOUNDS

    I mainl…
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    Made in Indonesia or Korea and "Crafted in China" in 2001.

    Modern bridge two anchor points.

    Maple neck rosewood fingerboard profile modern "C"

    22 Medium Jumbo frets.

    Corp. Aghatis solid (no chipboard or CP).

    2 Humbucker Squier, a volume of tones.

    UTILIZATION

    Which is pretty crazy is that this is the most ergonomic guitar on which I could play and I'm not kidding, the handle is just perfect to my taste, for access to acute no problem c ' is a strat. Weight and that of a standard stratocaster neither more nor less.

    Originally the tone knob and volume does not sound particularly progressive but still do their job and take without spitting.

    SOUNDS

    I mainly play on a Laney Cub 12R or Peavey windsor sudio.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years. I have some guitars I have ever played and I try not bad too:

    _ Fender Classic Player 60's
    _ Epiphone Sheraton II
    Squier Stratocaster _ affinity.

    I wish above all things have become clear that it is my main guitar (and I have a fender classic player 60's to say) after modification to realize the potential of this instrument is really stunning.

    My list of changes:

    _ Micro hepcat L series, CTS and electronic capacitor "Paper Oil".

    _chevalet standard fender, saddle grapthtech.

    _Sillet Graphtech.

    _mécanique Kluson.

    _ Not Forgotten corp complete sanding and oiled finish.

    Thereby changes made by me (significant savings) my license to this guitar is called "low end" (because it is not written "FENDER" Wholesale and above that is too expensive to ring after many gratteu Sunday) an instrument of rare versatility and excellent quality.

    Bought € 70 in cash convert ** it's probably the best deal I made!

    And I am not ashamed of the "lag" written in big letters. Simply because it has the sound and even without being connected it vibrates everywhere (not the case with all the fender Southwestern us or I could be in the hands), the wood is really very good bill ( neck and body) yes yes it is better to aghatis solid well seasoned and worked as alder poorly dried and assembled.

    For a guitar that cost me about 350 € in total I think it is more than value / price and I would do 16 times without hesitation that choice!
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  • source27source27

    Squier Double Fat StratPublished on 03/04/07 at 04:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Squier Stratocaster shape
    in fact it is a strato but instead of three microphones, there are here two humbucker

    3 knobs: 2 tones, 1 volume

    vibrato ect ....
    What a Start!
    the handle is super honest!!

    9 because it is not a strato!

    UTILIZATION

    Ba is a guitar to test!
    but it's great!
    this is my first guitar and I learned lots of stuff, from taping to blues solos through the round trip is great!!

    9 because it's not a super strao but it is all the same!

    SOUNDS

    The most important part:
    so it's my first guitar, I did not test all the guitar knowing that I did not play, but I am far from being due!
    it does not sound bad, it is very versatile Frache, th…
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    Squier Stratocaster shape
    in fact it is a strato but instead of three microphones, there are here two humbucker

    3 knobs: 2 tones, 1 volume

    vibrato ect ....
    What a Start!
    the handle is super honest!!

    9 because it is not a strato!

    UTILIZATION

    Ba is a guitar to test!
    but it's great!
    this is my first guitar and I learned lots of stuff, from taping to blues solos through the round trip is great!!

    9 because it's not a super strao but it is all the same!

    SOUNDS

    The most important part:
    so it's my first guitar, I did not test all the guitar knowing that I did not play, but I am far from being due!
    it does not sound bad, it is very versatile Frache, the big fat riff hard until moreacu T rex through the van halen (taping of course) and especially sounds floydiens so versatile ters, I did not try the funk ..
    9 because it is not a strato !!!!!! I put probably even less than that but first it's cool to Frache

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use depsuis had ... 2 years
    I like its color, it is me all over black (black is BeautyFULL), not like the picture! but after all is the sound that counts!

    buy or not buy it!
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