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Squier Joe Barden Stratocaster
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Squier Joe Barden Stratocaster

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

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Squier Joe Barden StratocasterPublished on 05/22/06 at 06:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Squier by Fender made in Japan 1987 ... Series E
22 frets, pickups: 2 single and 1 humbucker Joe Barden (I wanted to buy Joe Barden 3 / 4 squier my son but considering the price ohhh)
1 volume, 1 tonalitbr /> selector 3 0 / 1 0 / 1, 0/1/2

UTILIZATION

Adjustable handle very fine and fast
For those with small hands like me it is the ideal
Access to acute nickel
Ergo it's a Start
Joe Barden pickups with the sound is exceptional (in the studio is the top)

SOUNDS

Fits almost every style
Essay on several amps is nothing to say is clear and precise
The sound is perfect, given the multitude of combinations there is no harm in finding happiness.

OVERALL OPINION

1 year......
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Squier by Fender made in Japan 1987 ... Series E
22 frets, pickups: 2 single and 1 humbucker Joe Barden (I wanted to buy Joe Barden 3 / 4 squier my son but considering the price ohhh)
1 volume, 1 tonalitbr /> selector 3 0 / 1 0 / 1, 0/1/2

UTILIZATION

Adjustable handle very fine and fast
For those with small hands like me it is the ideal
Access to acute nickel
Ergo it's a Start
Joe Barden pickups with the sound is exceptional (in the studio is the top)

SOUNDS

Fits almost every style
Essay on several amps is nothing to say is clear and precise
The sound is perfect, given the multitude of combinations there is no harm in finding happiness.

OVERALL OPINION

1 year that I bought used but like new trs former owner and meticulous work only in the studio.
The particularity of this guitar is simple I'm doing research I have no information on this scratch when everything is original (If you have any information I'm interested) over the volume knob is better placed as a strat! Gnant least. I would keep this guitar for life and I would do this choice blindfolded, I should say ears mouths.
It took me around 10 because I can not put 11.
I have several guitars with me. Fender, Ibanez, Samick their descriptions I would later confess that my squier and the one I prefer.
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  • Manufacturer: Squier
  • Model: Joe Barden Stratocaster
  • Series: Artist
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/22/2006

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