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Squier Classic Vibe Series: The Test

Squier has been making low-cost guitars based on Fender designs since 1982. Because their early guitars have now become collector items for some, Squier is seeking to regain some of that magic with their Classic Vibe Series. This latest series was launched to capture the "vibe" of classic Fender designs as opposed to trying to be exact reproductions of vintage models. Read more…
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  • Best Punk Rock Guitar for good price!

    Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50sPublié le 10/09/17 à 07:18
    Which amplifier?
    i'play on vox ac30 with my band:
    https://zoneinfinie.bandcamp.com/album/rester-et-fuir

    effect(s) do you use with this guitar?
    nothing only my amplifier overdrive

    What playing and musical style(s) do you play with this guitar?
    i play Punk rock: https://zoneinfinie.bandcamp.com/album/rester-et-fuir
    i play metal in my room

    What are your thoughts on the workmanship, electronics, and finish of this instrument? How is its intonation? Does its neck, touch, feel, shape, etc complement your playing style?
    i think evererything is correct for the price maybe need an unpgrade for the microphones.

    Do clean, crunchy and distorted sounds adapt well to different microphone......
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    Which amplifier?
    i'play on vox ac30 with my band:
    https://zoneinfinie.bandcamp.com/album/rester-et-fuir

    effect(s) do you use with this guitar?
    nothing only my amplifier overdrive

    What playing and musical style(s) do you play with this guitar?
    i play Punk rock: https://zoneinfinie.bandcamp.com/album/rester-et-fuir
    i play metal in my room

    What are your thoughts on the workmanship, electronics, and finish of this instrument? How is its intonation? Does its neck, touch, feel, shape, etc complement your playing style?
    i think evererything is correct for the price maybe need an unpgrade for the microphones.

    Do clean, crunchy and distorted sounds adapt well to different microphone positions? Are the guitar's different frequencies and sounds well-balanced?
    i play more on distortion but clean is good:
    https://zoneinfinie.bandcamp.com/album/rester-et-fuir
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  • sqiuer?

    Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50sPublié le 09/11/14 à 14:26
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    It is a Chinese, my lord!
    Maple neck is pretty!
    21 frets.
    volume tone
    2 single coil pickups Squier Vintage Style Custom Alnico III

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, c-section.
    a heavy can.
    but overall it's really a pleasure

    SOUNDS

    Crystal clear sound overall, but for me to make minimalist riffs with dégeu saturation.
    I play with my bass amp so I was too little not help that levels: s

    OVERALL OPINION

    most: production, sound, the price is nice (even without the pick guard)
    Cons: avoid thick ropes and weight ...
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    It is a Chinese, my lord!
    Maple neck is pretty!
    21 frets.
    volume tone
    2 single coil pickups Squier Vintage Style Custom Alnico III

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, c-section.
    a heavy can.
    but overall it's really a pleasure

    SOUNDS

    Crystal clear sound overall, but for me to make minimalist riffs with dégeu saturation.
    I play with my bass amp so I was too little not help that levels: s

    OVERALL OPINION

    most: production, sound, the price is nice (even without the pick guard)
    Cons: avoid thick ropes and weight
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  • it! is "A 50S TELECASTER '!"

    Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50sPublié le 04/27/14 à 04:15
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    Everything has already been said here and on "Audiofanzine" there is the Fender Squier website / worn to click 'on "www"
    If not "Med in China" with a finish of small Asian hands worthy of "the middle kingdom!" and care with serious warnings "Gibson". She makes her weight around 4 Kg

    UTILIZATION

    -A remarkable handle on 9.5 radius and excellent frets. If in 10 years, he twisted I will change even if costing 200 E. This will tell you if I love this guitar.
    Ergonomics, access to acute, shape and weight of a telecast. Though set of all 'so it's super simple. A little "cheap" equipment? R / E / S. tighten a little jack with a small 'taste' of "Loctite and inter washer." Mechanical hold......
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    Everything has already been said here and on "Audiofanzine" there is the Fender Squier website / worn to click 'on "www"
    If not "Med in China" with a finish of small Asian hands worthy of "the middle kingdom!" and care with serious warnings "Gibson". She makes her weight around 4 Kg

    UTILIZATION

    -A remarkable handle on 9.5 radius and excellent frets. If in 10 years, he twisted I will change even if costing 200 E. This will tell you if I love this guitar.
    Ergonomics, access to acute, shape and weight of a telecast. Though set of all 'so it's super simple. A little "cheap" equipment? R / E / S. tighten a little jack with a small 'taste' of "Loctite and inter washer." Mechanical hold well play an evening, although somewhat sensitive to humidity. At rest, storing vertical.
    -Because of their low prices, not to say ridiculous, as often in the mag there was a whole "slew" of "and EPIPHONE FENDER". In the wholesale cost could afford (it sure it was not Gibson 70 'or 90 Fender'). So I have to try several combo with "Fender buttocks" and "Marshall" when my choice is tightening around this "BUTTERSCOTCH / blonde." The pickups were a "bold" little more than the other vibe. The knobs?? noticed nothing, insignificant buzz and a small "sustain" not "degu" to handle 4 screws ... I was really impressed!. Compared with my other 2 FENDER Telecaster I prefer the VIBE. Suddenly a few months later I could not resist I "made" the "VIBE STRATOCASTER 50s" terrible!

    SOUNDS

    Yes, it matches my style and a style "well Telecaster twang, slamming statement." "And no offense to" charlots ", do not forget, it was!, And it must remain" the Guitar poor "!.
    Ho!! Lack potato ... Ho! Microphones microphones that this ... HO! That is not ash ...
    -The Tone? microphones? What is this?? you know what it's Vintage?? and its "single pass" 50s??. "A" solidbody "is a board, a round covered and microphones" dixit ... Leo!
    It is incisive, this is cutting edge is so rustic .... "ROOTS" Blues and rock ... hell!
    Now in use, I often sticks to one of my combo's or VOX amps, Fender, The valve, Soldano or Mesa and peti Marshall, sure they were in the "safe" but simplified adjustment without forgetting the unique TS / 9. At low volume it s'pass' on a small combo transistor modeling and there is something fun ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    -Used often for almost their outputs in 2008 / / 2009 this time she did not suffer. And .... with respect to retissants and to not dwell, I apologize for SQUIER, you simply keep "FENDER" on the butt and we'll talk ....
    He may be is a small joke but this "TELECASTER" is in terms of equal quality to Fender's '60s and early 70.Pas only province ... but in the 60s ... my Happy 15 years ... I have not forgotten that finding an amp and an electric often "Med in U.S.", reported to the obstacle course, not many European few Jap's is all ... very expensive .. . often we manufactured ourselves and the issue amp an old radio "nasal postwar" repaired "this is ... this is ... this is ALL!".
    Let me tell you, when we crossed a one did the "choosy" ..... So the handle .... The body ... all the pickups wound by hand some real horror which exported to Europe. celons ... tell them of the time ...
    THEN ... you know with this VIBE would have been the FEET! And "m *** e! It is EXCELLENT!!.
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  • Let time tell us more

    Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50sPublié le 03/01/14 à 04:54
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    Made in China
    The rest of the features is known (bridge with string through, neck maple modern C, 21 frets, 1 volume 1 tone 3-position switch 1 ....)

    I had a big "a priori" the pin on a TELECASTER, but it takes a little review its judgment. Why this wood would it not good for for that? Why Squier would use the wrong bread stabilized risk to deform? which would ruin the image of the Fender brand as their own.

    9/10 because of the ash still ... eh ;-) .... it would not cost them an arm either.

    UTILIZATION

    Nice handle with well finished on the side that does not pick half of the hand when one slides several boxes frets.

    3.8 Kgs compared to my back musclor okay, or stomach or......
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    Made in China
    The rest of the features is known (bridge with string through, neck maple modern C, 21 frets, 1 volume 1 tone 3-position switch 1 ....)

    I had a big "a priori" the pin on a TELECASTER, but it takes a little review its judgment. Why this wood would it not good for for that? Why Squier would use the wrong bread stabilized risk to deform? which would ruin the image of the Fender brand as their own.

    9/10 because of the ash still ... eh ;-) .... it would not cost them an arm either.

    UTILIZATION

    Nice handle with well finished on the side that does not pick half of the hand when one slides several boxes frets.

    3.8 Kgs compared to my back musclor okay, or stomach or chamfer cutting for the elbow but it is not for nothing TELE. and then nothing really rude either

    Access to the upper frets not complain, I have big hands and am not a virtuoso solo in small boxes so everything is fine

    The selector is doing its job for the selection of microphones and knobs are solid. By against the log is not my thing. I think from 4 or 5 out of 10 means little or nothing more.

    SOUNDS

    I who love Sheryl Crow and Rolling Stones (among others) I sound I wanted for that.

    It can be slightly fat, twangy and punchy and also crystalline.

    For the moment I plugged directly into my marshall 5275 reverb. It gives me a guitar that roots do not really demand a myriad of effects. Maybe a chorus or vibrato on and on ....

    I love all the sounds, but if the neck pickup deserves to be reassembled 2 mm

    9/10 for the neck pickup micro 2mm too low, and wiring that could have been a little better even for a guitar of this range.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Purchased 27 February 2014 its use is recent

    Compared few sisters

    Repeat this choice, for here we must first allow time to tell us how it ages. then we'll see.

    I love everything in it. to really quibble I blame these knobs without graduation to know where we are, but really to quibble, because it may improve for a small hack.
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  • Superb

    Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50sPublié le 01/18/14 à 01:00
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    Chinese shapely, simplicity itself. Standard.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is great, I tried the Fender Telecaster standard that was worth more than double and frankly the handle of the Squier was largely above.

    SOUNDS

    On a small tube amp Laney LC15 is fine. This is not a Swiss Army knife but I prefer to have with his character (especially the bridge pickup) a guitar that can supposedly do everything ... With Nocaster wiring is perfect.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I was there 20 years a Les Paul Epiphone custom home then a Lag Roxanne, ultimately it is the simplicity of the telecaster I needed! A very good handle and a pair of microphones which capture.

    Give yourself the trouble of making......
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    Chinese shapely, simplicity itself. Standard.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is great, I tried the Fender Telecaster standard that was worth more than double and frankly the handle of the Squier was largely above.

    SOUNDS

    On a small tube amp Laney LC15 is fine. This is not a Swiss Army knife but I prefer to have with his character (especially the bridge pickup) a guitar that can supposedly do everything ... With Nocaster wiring is perfect.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I was there 20 years a Les Paul Epiphone custom home then a Lag Roxanne, ultimately it is the simplicity of the telecaster I needed! A very good handle and a pair of microphones which capture.

    Give yourself the trouble of making the wiring Nocaster advised in the tip section it is really worth it!
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  • Essential!

    Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50sPublié le 12/20/13 à 03:15
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    The Classic Vibe is obviously Chinese.

    And it's a Tele. So something a little Neanderthal!

    See the manufacturer's website for specifications:

    UTILIZATION

    For me rather accustomed to Gibson sleeves and have never been thrilled with the sleeves of all Strat 'I could have on hand, I was very pleasantly surprised by the comfort of feeling game. The handle looks perfect to me!

    The shape makes it very comfortable to wear, although it weighs its weight (body solid pine)

    Access to acute is that of a Telecaster!

    We easily get good sounds. This little Chinese already has the strong character of his great American sisters. The knobs have a good progression.

    SOUNDS

    With a......
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    The Classic Vibe is obviously Chinese.

    And it's a Tele. So something a little Neanderthal!

    See the manufacturer's website for specifications:

    UTILIZATION

    For me rather accustomed to Gibson sleeves and have never been thrilled with the sleeves of all Strat 'I could have on hand, I was very pleasantly surprised by the comfort of feeling game. The handle looks perfect to me!

    The shape makes it very comfortable to wear, although it weighs its weight (body solid pine)

    Access to acute is that of a Telecaster!

    We easily get good sounds. This little Chinese already has the strong character of his great American sisters. The knobs have a good progression.

    SOUNDS

    With a Telecaster, you can play (almost) everything. This Squier is no exception to the rule. So it suits my style of music.

    The neck pickup is fat, typical Tele. The micro chevaleta a strong tendency to be very aggressive and scrap. On this microphone, guitar, however in the spirit Tele, even if it has a bit of a caricature of her big sisters. This disadvantage can be mitigated by judicious choice of ropes high percentage of nickel, which adds a bit of heat and reduces the side scrapping of pickup. For example, I equip this guitar with Thomastick Sliders that soothe her a bit outrageous aggression (bridge) and warm micro-neck position ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have not tried other models and have relied on the opinions found on the net. I wanted a Tele without a high budget.

    What I like least: the varnish sleeve which has a small tendency to nab. But regular wiping with a damp micro-fiber lint solve the problem! Another small problem: the nut of the female jack unscrews permanently (read also also, I'm not the only one concerned!). No problem, there is a solution: tighten all well and apply a small brush stroke of nail polish on the junction thread / nut - it is sufficient to block the crew and does not preclude a subsequent voluntary unscrewing.

    Construction, for the price paid is really good: the handle slides alone, frets do not grate ... This Tele holds good agreement (although do not seem mechanical upscale!). The varnish is very well done. Those accustomed to sophisticated and easels ropers do not worry about the "prehistoric" impression left by this equipment on the Vibe! it works very well and helps (maybe?) to its vintage of this beautiful caves.

    The somewhat weak point of this guitar is the pickups. They lack a bit of signal strength (especially the handle which reflects an imbalance with that of the bridge), the single-coil are a bit noisy and pickup scrap too. But it will fit much so! For my part, I equipped Fender Texas Special. Great result! As for the mechanical, they seem a bit cheap, but the agreement is made, so they may agree.

    In conclusion, this Classic Vibe is not a marvel in absolute as it can get much more expensive Fender U.S. factories. But relativity with respect to price, the Squier is a marvel.

    If you do not want to spend a large sum but want a Tele that sounds like a Tele, go ahead without fear, you will not be disappointed. The price / quality ratio is excellent! The only point to check: the sustainability of its qualities after a few years. But less than 400 €, you can change his guitar every 20 years, right?
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  • A very good guitar and a real telecaster

    Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50sPublié le 10/22/13 à 01:32
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    I will not go into the features, it is a Telecaster everything there was more conventional as it is meant to be a copy of Fender Model 50s.
    Made in China.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle with key very nice maple.
    For sounds, you can easily get to find the characteristics of a Telecaster sound.
    Easy access to acute until the 17th case for me after I think it's up to me to keep working to be at home in the bottom of the handle ...
    The guitar is quite heavy, which is a bit annoying after several hours in rehearsal.

    SOUNDS

    I play funk and blues and I'm starting to integrate some plans country my game so this guitar is perfect because we find the famous Telecaster without its difficulties.......
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    I will not go into the features, it is a Telecaster everything there was more conventional as it is meant to be a copy of Fender Model 50s.
    Made in China.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle with key very nice maple.
    For sounds, you can easily get to find the characteristics of a Telecaster sound.
    Easy access to acute until the 17th case for me after I think it's up to me to keep working to be at home in the bottom of the handle ...
    The guitar is quite heavy, which is a bit annoying after several hours in rehearsal.

    SOUNDS

    I play funk and blues and I'm starting to integrate some plans country my game so this guitar is perfect because we find the famous Telecaster without its difficulties.
    I never play with distortion but only crunch for fat sounds so I can not say.
    I play on a Roland Cube 80w and clean sounds is perfect.
    There is nothing I hate about this guitar sounds offered because I bought it to have a Telecaster so from that point of view I have used!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month and so far I am very happy because for the price it's a great guitar.
    I have a friend who has a Fender American Deluxe and if we except the level of finish that is far superior to the Fender, I have not found it had an objective justification to over 1000 € difference between the two guitars.
    The value for money is excellent and it is gratifying that for this price you can have a guitar of this quality.
    I definitely do it again this choice because I'm not at all convinced that it is necessary to pay the equivalent of one month's average salary for a good guitar. I believe that nothing can replace the work on the instrument and when it is reliable as is the case with this Squier guitar is really not an obstacle to the expression of the musician.
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  • Excellent quality / price ratio

    Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50sPublié le 09/28/13 à 07:02
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    Manufacturing in China (sniff!) Maple neck, 21 frets, profile C, it is perfect.
    Vintage bridge type anything to say.
    Microphones excellent original invoice. The original sound of the Telecaster!
    The yellowed white paint is really nice, with the grain of the wood visible in places. Another good point for the vintage look totally successful.

    UTILIZATION

    This is a great guitar with a very good grip, perfect!
    What is surprising weight, about 4 KG. It takes a good many solid strap. She exudes this quality telecaster.
    I play on a Marshall Class 5 head mounted on a Marshall 4X12.

    SOUNDS

    the original pickups are very good, they fully respect the original sound of the Telecaster......
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    Manufacturing in China (sniff!) Maple neck, 21 frets, profile C, it is perfect.
    Vintage bridge type anything to say.
    Microphones excellent original invoice. The original sound of the Telecaster!
    The yellowed white paint is really nice, with the grain of the wood visible in places. Another good point for the vintage look totally successful.

    UTILIZATION

    This is a great guitar with a very good grip, perfect!
    What is surprising weight, about 4 KG. It takes a good many solid strap. She exudes this quality telecaster.
    I play on a Marshall Class 5 head mounted on a Marshall 4X12.

    SOUNDS

    the original pickups are very good, they fully respect the original sound of the Telecaster 52, they are Tonerider.
    But then, to go further in search of his home, I changed for Fender American Vintage. Are those of the 52 Reissue. Very well finished, they needed naturellemnt this classic vibe 50.
    They are great, but I am disappointed, thinking really find a radical change. My mistake, the original pickups are really close to the fender american vintage. There certainly is a difference, but so little obvious. Nevertheless they are accurate, incisive, very typical vintage as I wanted. The Tonerider not be ashamed, maybe the neck pickup is a less potent hair with a little lack of roundness and warmth.
    Conclusion: Keep your microphone!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    In conclusion, a great series. Moreover, for an amateur musician like me, it is all very well and with a great look and a very low budget.

    Another Chinese manufacturing, but recognize in all honesty they damn progressed.

    The classic vibe series is a must!
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  • 50s you revoila yessssssssssssss.

    Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50sPublié le 09/14/13 à 11:37
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    wood maple neck beautiful tree super playable, as a body pin the time of leo
    I believe that the true character fender guitars dimension expensive Squier these last 3 years

    UTILIZATION

    all for rock, jazz, blues and more except for the people who make the noise inaudible (trash, metalausores,)
    I am using with an amp vox vt 80 + who has married well with this.

    SOUNDS

    yes very sure that I, who am of the generation of 1976 it is great to see a play will satisfy the expectations of who will one day really is a certainty it any better than the standard Southwestern I would say there the Squier TV 50, the standard TV us in 2012, is the H range fender us. the rest......
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    wood maple neck beautiful tree super playable, as a body pin the time of leo
    I believe that the true character fender guitars dimension expensive Squier these last 3 years

    UTILIZATION

    all for rock, jazz, blues and more except for the people who make the noise inaudible (trash, metalausores,)
    I am using with an amp vox vt 80 + who has married well with this.

    SOUNDS

    yes very sure that I, who am of the generation of 1976 it is great to see a play will satisfy the expectations of who will one day really is a certainty it any better than the standard Southwestern I would say there the Squier TV 50, the standard TV us in 2012, is the H range fender us. the rest .................!!!!!!!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think she sounds really great and I'm going to stop spend more to buy another like her I could make multiple pickup configuration. telecaster if you love is that you think there is that us that the rings you go even be surprised to darken only compare us ringing is the TV standard in 2012 usa bitch its circuit and the custom pickups specially designed for this series in 2012.
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  • + A big rise in Seymour Duncan

    Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50sPublié le 04/19/13 à 10:07
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    You know all the features of this model Classic Vibe out there are now more than four years. Success is waiting for you and guitarists of all stripes do not make a mistake. The quality is pretty amazing this price level. Besides, I'd be curious to know how many of these Classic Vibe instruments sold, it must be huge!

    UTILIZATION

    This is a telecaster with modern sides. The neck profile C, strips and semi jumbo 9-inch radius. By the way have you ever tried a Telecaster or other with a vintage radius of 7.5 inches? Farewell bends beyond a tone because of the radius, the note is muted! Frankly we see here the limits of any vintage at all costs ...

    SOUNDS

    CHANGES MADE:

    It is mainly......
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    You know all the features of this model Classic Vibe out there are now more than four years. Success is waiting for you and guitarists of all stripes do not make a mistake. The quality is pretty amazing this price level. Besides, I'd be curious to know how many of these Classic Vibe instruments sold, it must be huge!

    UTILIZATION

    This is a telecaster with modern sides. The neck profile C, strips and semi jumbo 9-inch radius. By the way have you ever tried a Telecaster or other with a vintage radius of 7.5 inches? Farewell bends beyond a tone because of the radius, the note is muted! Frankly we see here the limits of any vintage at all costs ...

    SOUNDS

    CHANGES MADE:

    It is mainly for this particular point that I write this review. To give you the benefit of my experience with the installation of other mics that those origins. Honestly, they are all at completely honest and sound pretty good. They respect the spirit of the instrument. These are Tone Riders anyway. Recently, I changed to the very classic STL-1 and STR-1 at Seymour Duncan and there my friendz! Depth and purity to fall. The origination microphones tended to nasal side in the upper midrange that certainly may appeal to some, I agree. Now it is purer, crystalline, straighter with deep bass, mids present but not dominant and clear treble and clear. No frequency is predominant, especially on the neck pickup. The pickup of course, is more biting in the midrange (the famous TWANG) but not at the expense of other frequencies. Including remaining present serious and deep. Climbing out the neck pickup from the strings, there is no difference in level between two microphones.

    In the light of the serious micro to me good Blues, Jazz and others. What a sound! The deep bass, clear treble. We want to take notes, to vibrate. There's truly a life of the soul in the sound.
    The intermediate position is interesting because both pickups blend well without predominance of acute microphone. Picking blues to Marcel Dadi or Stefan Grossman makes sense and solos to Danny Gatton in hybrid picking, we believe it.
    The bridge pickup sends all its harmonics and shine in the clear without either aggressive or acidic. As soon as one or the pitcher is saturated, then you shout his joy in the face and your password esgourdes and turn the singing to see angry biting and screaming in the attack that is given to strings. Do not forget that this is a Telecaster on which the frets are placed directly on the handle, it provides a straightforward and clear attack even saturax.
    For information I play mostly in a Fender Super Champ XD amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I played it for 4 years but now with these new pickups, I never left and I frankly rediscovered this guitar. You understand that I invite you to try it? With these models Pickup or other naturally.

    I would like to acquire the model blond butter scotch and it ride Joe Barden to get closer to the look and sound of the Telecaster my idol Danny Gatton. After, well you have to work the technique he had and then I will have probably some learning his technique phew lives. Too bad he left so early ... RIP DannY
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