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Squier Master Thinline Tele
Squier Master Thinline Tele

TLC-Shaped Guitar from Squier belonging to the Master series.

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Publié le 12/21/10 à 06:28
Value For Money : Excellent
Squier Thinline Guitar (Guitar dug with apparent hearing.
Made in China.
22 frets, 2 Duncan Designed Pickups
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The handle is very nice. Typical Fender.

Very good economy because the body was dug, it is only the lightest and the sound is very interesting.

Access to acute facilitated by the shape of the guitar.

This gives a great sound to empty it. The advantage of the Thinline is that even without an amp we can already hear him play ...


I played with the Squier Thinline on just about any type of music. She is doing very well on all types of music. I liked its versatility. Thing does not offer her big sister Fender. So no problem on the ACDC etc.
To get the best guitar you better have a good amp. I play a Marshall JVM 410H 100W lamp so (head + cabinet) and a Fender Hot Rod. Two excellent amps ... So inevitably I draw the best. However, with a transistor amp also gives a more typical 60 '.


I bought it in early 2009.
I tried hundreds of guitars before and after (Gibson, Fender, PRS, Ibanez ...).

There are mainly 2 guitars search. The Squier Thinline Fender Thinline and. Originally I wanted the Fender because I do not like Squier. However I found that Fender had a sound too typical, not versatile enough. I tried the guitar in a store and then I finally went with.
I think for the price this guitar should Fender Squier not ... Certainly it is the high-end home Squier but people do not know and often take for a cheap guitar that does is not. So playing with a day at a concert (with a les paul) people do not understand that I use Squier. Then he heard the sound, they changed their minds.
With the experience I remake this choice. I tried this guitar for months before finally deciding to buy it without bothering me.

Note that the guitars I have tested hundreds and that I have a dozen. It is perhaps the most versatile. Today I do need that I have a whole range of sounds (Les Paul, Stratocaster, etc.). So I plan to part with it with some other of her sisters and a few amps to finance an album.

But I advise those who want a nice guitar to play, with good sound and who do not like Mexican Fender. (Personally I do not like the Fender USA °)