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

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  • King LoudnessKing Loudness

    Not a great one...

    Squier Standard TelecasterPublished on 12/31/11 at 09:12
    The Squier Standard Series Telecaster is meant to offer a Tele style guitar to musicians who may not be ready or able to spring for a real deal Fender model. It's pretty simple and loyal to the standard Tele specifications, so upon first glance I figured it might be a good guitar for jamming on to get that Tele sound for not a lot of cash. It features an agathis body (very common wood with these lower end Squiers) a maple neck with rosewood fretboard and 22 frets, sealed chrome tuners, a standard Tele style bridge and a pair of generic Squier pickups wired to the standard Tele control plate. They're usually built in China, though I have seen some Indonesian models from time to time as well.…
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    The Squier Standard Series Telecaster is meant to offer a Tele style guitar to musicians who may not be ready or able to spring for a real deal Fender model. It's pretty simple and loyal to the standard Tele specifications, so upon first glance I figured it might be a good guitar for jamming on to get that Tele sound for not a lot of cash. It features an agathis body (very common wood with these lower end Squiers) a maple neck with rosewood fretboard and 22 frets, sealed chrome tuners, a standard Tele style bridge and a pair of generic Squier pickups wired to the standard Tele control plate. They're usually built in China, though I have seen some Indonesian models from time to time as well.

    UTILIZATION

    The design of this guitar isn't particularly ergonomic... there's no real contouring to speak of and the finishing/shaping of this Tele is crude at best. The neck does have a satin finish which would be a great feeling thing, but like many of the other Squiers I've tried, it's marred by sharp, point fret ends, a poor factory setup, and in this case the rosewood used for the fretboard felt quite cheap and dry. Even for $200 I'd expect better than this. The upper fret access isn't great given that the frets are poking out at the player and it makes getting up there a bit harder. Getting a good sound out of this guitar isn't really difficult being that it's quite a simple design. The stock pickups and electronics are not great, but they can be made to sound at least passable through a GOOD amp.

    SOUNDS

    This guitar does have some nice Tele-esque sounds lurking within which is great, but it's really at the mercy of the stock electronics. The pickups that are in there from the factory really don't do the classic Tele sound justice. They're fairly muddy and undefined, and the bridge pickup has icepick type highs that can't easily be dialed out. Through a GOOD tube amp like a Twin Reverb or a Dr. Z Maz I was able to conjure up some average sounding country or blues tones. Switching to the drive sounds, the best I was able to get was a brash and distorted punk tone... the guitar really doesn't have the definition needed for more articulate chord or lead work with distortion.

    OVERALL OPINION

    All in all I think the Squier Standard Telecaster just misses the mark. For $200 new it's not worth it. The quality of this guitar is pretty poor, and it would need quite a bit of work to be a decent playing and sounding instrument, and to do that would cost more than the guitar is worth. I'd just look elsewhere if you want a cheap Tele to jam on... there are definitely better options than this.
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  • heads on fireheads on fire

    Pure junk.

    Squier Standard TelecasterPublished on 12/23/11 at 08:57
    Squier Standard Telecaster Features:
    Series: Standard Series
    Color: Antique Burst (Polyurethane Finish)
    Body: Agathis
    Neck: Maple, C-Shape (Polyurethane Finish)
    Fingerboard: Rosewood, 9.5" Radius
    No. of Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
    Pickups: 2 Alnico Magnet Single-Coil Pickups
    Controls: Volume, Tone
    Pickup Switching: 3-Position Blade
    Bridge: 6-Saddle Strings-Thru-Body Bridge
    Machine Heads: Standard Die-Cast Tuners
    Hardware: Chrome
    Pickguard: 4-Ply Tortoise Shell
    Scale Length: 25.5"
    Width at Nut: 1.650"
    Gold and Black Squier Logo
    Engraved Neckplate
    Black Plastic Parts
    Dot Position Inlays

    UTILIZATION

    This is one of the worst brand new guitars I've seen in awhile. It see…
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    Squier Standard Telecaster Features:
    Series: Standard Series
    Color: Antique Burst (Polyurethane Finish)
    Body: Agathis
    Neck: Maple, C-Shape (Polyurethane Finish)
    Fingerboard: Rosewood, 9.5" Radius
    No. of Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
    Pickups: 2 Alnico Magnet Single-Coil Pickups
    Controls: Volume, Tone
    Pickup Switching: 3-Position Blade
    Bridge: 6-Saddle Strings-Thru-Body Bridge
    Machine Heads: Standard Die-Cast Tuners
    Hardware: Chrome
    Pickguard: 4-Ply Tortoise Shell
    Scale Length: 25.5"
    Width at Nut: 1.650"
    Gold and Black Squier Logo
    Engraved Neckplate
    Black Plastic Parts
    Dot Position Inlays

    UTILIZATION

    This is one of the worst brand new guitars I've seen in awhile. It seems that a common perception of the Squier brand is that their guitars can be cheap pieces of junk. I was mostly of that opinion, but recently I was getting excited for Squier, and my opinion was changing of them, for the better. The Classic Vibe series are great guitars for the money, and I've seen a few other examples of nice guitars that Squier has been cranking out. However, this particular guitar is utterly not good. Among its design flaws - agathis wood, which is very cheap and dead sounding, no finish at all on the neck (I don't even thing there's a sealer coat on it), pot metal hardware...

    The example of this series that I played had two fatal problems from the get-go - the neck SHIFTED on me as I was playing it! The neck is a bolt on, like most Telecasters, and I was playing a few chords, and I felt the neck pop, and all of a sudden the action was a lot higher and the strings were now out of tune. The second flaw was a big crack in the neck pickup cover! It's a metal cover, yet there was a large crack in the side of it, which caused the high E string to get stuck in there a few times during play.

    SOUNDS

    The pickups are anemic, weak, and lifeless. The electronics are shoddy, and the guitar's inherent acoustic tone is awful.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm severely disappointed in this guitar. I had hopes for Squier. Now I know I need to be picky with them, and play every example first before buying.
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  • AtnAtn

    Squier Standard TelecasterPublished on 11/17/03 at 20:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Purchase a buddy to me refile cost: 330 euros in 1994. (?)
    It's a Japanese. This means they do not Courrent the streets these days ...

    Two microphones: type "lipstick" ct ct single coil neck and bridge.
    A three-position knob. He had a loose connection and I replaced by a Fender.
    Saddle sleeve: the sound is more brittle, but at least it was the sound of the Telecaster 1st of 1951 ... The width and thickness delight my big hands of bassist ...

    The bridge is six bridges: you have a small allen wrench for rgler.
    The handle does not move, it is perfectly rgl 9 years.
    The frets tend to eat the mtal does not look extremely strong ...

    The knobs were desirous of Tone and lost thei…
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    Purchase a buddy to me refile cost: 330 euros in 1994. (?)
    It's a Japanese. This means they do not Courrent the streets these days ...

    Two microphones: type "lipstick" ct ct single coil neck and bridge.
    A three-position knob. He had a loose connection and I replaced by a Fender.
    Saddle sleeve: the sound is more brittle, but at least it was the sound of the Telecaster 1st of 1951 ... The width and thickness delight my big hands of bassist ...

    The bridge is six bridges: you have a small allen wrench for rgler.
    The handle does not move, it is perfectly rgl 9 years.
    The frets tend to eat the mtal does not look extremely strong ...

    The knobs were desirous of Tone and lost their adhsif "mtal". Pitre quality ... The microphones that slecteur falters ... Squier quality! (7 / 10) But we can always replace them with Fender.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is a killer. For me, the best round of guitlec the world.
    CHAC is the acute boards.
    This is a guitar "plug and play" ... Simpler is not possible.

    In a VOX AC30, was the most beautiful sound of the earth (except the Rickenbacker "John Lennon" which surpasses all on VOX but that's another story and the handle of the Ricken is a piti!).

    I can do blues, reggae, funk (in rhythm, the two pickups together (intermdiaire position) it's beautiful!), Even jazz (not me but others have done: neck pickup only).

    The bridge pickup is quite steep: its clear trs acute. on the other hand, with gain or distortion, it comes into its own.

    I can not put 10/10 by dcence for owners of US MODELS. A std Telecaster us probably sounds better. But I tried and it is not always so empty. The height of the microphones is essential (on mine, they too taient prs strings to dpart). So a better "BIESSE" Japan Squier Std well as US RULES RULES evil.

    SOUNDS

    I put the strings LTHB DR (Low top / heavy bottom): 52-10. Smaller, there is not enough severe, especially OPEN TUNING.

    I often play in open G: l was the sound of Keith Riffhards. And that's good!

    This guitar is a Swiss Army knife. Simple, robust, efficient, without making head.

    I play a Laney VC30 2x10 '. I tried it on a 1x12 'and that's not bad either (rounder, warmer but less prcis). A VOX AC30? .. I can not afford (I'm not guitar).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 1994. Apart slecteur microphones replaced all is well.

    Its main advantage is that the Telecaster is placed beautifully in an orchestra without pushing the sound. It comes "pass" through all without forcing.

    Attention! This guitar takes a little effort because it's not a Les Paul (who plays herself in practice, especially in a distortion of Marshall). Here, we must work to some beginners to master it. Play it like that on another guitar.

    In rhythm, it remains my view Ingala.

    Bright clean sounds, sounds good crunch roots.

    I remember this friend who showed me his L SERIES 1965 ... When he heard my Squier, the silent dgout The pvre!

    The Fender Japan are no longer manufactured (do not even speak Squier Japan). They taient so good that Fender had trouble running the trs Chres "Made in US" ... For 700 euros, it can still be found but the earplugs will fast.

    Reminds me of something else. A concert of Blues. Part 1 of the group before mine ... The guitarist played a Fender Telecaster US in STD Blues Deluxe (2x12 '). What's amazing, slide: a rgal! J'cumais of happiness! Nothing to do with the sound of Gibson semi-hollow of my poor guitar (with 2x10 Fender Blues'). It also makes me mouth for 15 days for prfr (by far!) What's his. Far too serious, no really clear sound clear, runny and difficult to hear distortion even rev high volume ...

    Broadcaster prototype in 1949.
    Premire Telecaster in 1950.
    Uncle George Fullerton and Fender have pos Lo foot on the moon before anyone else!

    I do not put that 8 / 10 for slecteur, the knobs and the frets of poor quality ... For the rest (his (s), ergonomics, compared qualitprix): 10/10!)
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  • Ner_zhulNer_zhul

    Squier Standard TelecasterPublished on 01/02/06 at 11:40
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    Mine is a 20th anniversary, it has made in Indonsie silent.
    She 22frets.
    1volume, and a selector 1tonalit 3position.
    The selector is not great, to change position, he "scratch, scratch."

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite enjoyable, but it hangs too my taste.
    The access to acute is no more, go for it beyond the 20th cargo is when even one warm.
    The shape, well, it's a Tlcaster is the sound, not the form ...
    It PSE within 4.5 kg.

    SOUNDS

    I play rock, blues, hard rock, it suits me, yes, I like the sound of the pickup.
    I have a Marshall amp 2x50W, which gives me a good sound I think.
    The pickups sound quite the handle prcis, trs serious, I do not like too ... …
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    Mine is a 20th anniversary, it has made in Indonsie silent.
    She 22frets.
    1volume, and a selector 1tonalit 3position.
    The selector is not great, to change position, he "scratch, scratch."

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite enjoyable, but it hangs too my taste.
    The access to acute is no more, go for it beyond the 20th cargo is when even one warm.
    The shape, well, it's a Tlcaster is the sound, not the form ...
    It PSE within 4.5 kg.

    SOUNDS

    I play rock, blues, hard rock, it suits me, yes, I like the sound of the pickup.
    I have a Marshall amp 2x50W, which gives me a good sound I think.
    The pickups sound quite the handle prcis, trs serious, I do not like too ...
    As against the pickups and bridge all the way around.
    It does not matter, I find trs acute, less prcis the handle but when even a little, finally, I love him.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since March / April, I bought used is' with an amp, the pedals ... for 400, a great deal, I got a friend over, I is not ssay of other models before aqurir (APRS if ...) .
    With exprience, that choice again, I doubt, with experience, we achte of trs good guitar, but for beginners, even go further with it is excellent.
    I think she will follow me for a long time, by what I have other guitar ...
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  • chavilbuschavilbus

    A very good value for money

    Squier Standard TelecasterPublished on 09/26/11 at 09:58
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    Made in China, typical configuration of the Telecaster, the body is Agathis, key in rosewood, two microphones simple easel 6 adjustable saddles, rope traversing. The mechanical oil bath and the holding of the agreement is correct even with extra light strings

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a nice set times. This is a problem of this guitar, purchased by mail: the setting is zero (very high string) buttons, the faceplate was badly screwed with the jack and the game had a bad contact. All this was quickly resolved but very agançant (the ransom price no doubt). I rise 8 strings because I did a lot of bends and days with very little rhythm.
    The finish is ok, beautiful color with metalli…
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    Made in China, typical configuration of the Telecaster, the body is Agathis, key in rosewood, two microphones simple easel 6 adjustable saddles, rope traversing. The mechanical oil bath and the holding of the agreement is correct even with extra light strings

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a nice set times. This is a problem of this guitar, purchased by mail: the setting is zero (very high string) buttons, the faceplate was badly screwed with the jack and the game had a bad contact. All this was quickly resolved but very agançant (the ransom price no doubt). I rise 8 strings because I did a lot of bends and days with very little rhythm.
    The finish is ok, beautiful color with metallic reflections, the violin will probably not use (especially the frets) and an American should be without sdoute have time to redo the wiring but it must be justified took him four times less than an American!

    SOUNDS

    The sound is that of excactement telecaster, my son has an American stadard, the sound is slightly different but it's really small, probably because I'm just recording and I do not play on an old Fender with lamps. Otherwise it has all the sounds of the TV: Although aggressive and slammed into the acute and clean crunch, the mic is great too serious crunch in particular for the blues. I used the middle position for casseroles or funky rhythms. For fat saturation that is not really that, but it is not designed for. It's getting rough and inaudible to the two microphones with a simulated tredplate example.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price and after a few adjustments, you can get almost a real sound of TV

    What I like: you understand: the sound
    What I like least: they could have a modicum of control if not from the factory, at least in T. ..... before sending (the game into the jack was present at the out of the box!)

    You can try on my riffworld, the following components
    http://www.riffworld.com/Members/chavilbus/carrymehome
    entièrment is registered with it.

    I do it again the same choice with my budget I will buy one knowing that when I Nashvile Deluxe Budget. In the meantime I have no plans to change the pickups.
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  • blackmoreblackmore

    Squier Standard TelecasterPublished on 02/22/07 at 23:55
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    Copy "official" of the telecaster made in indonesia
    agathis body (exotic wood) maple neck rosewood fingerboard
    violin making good, except I just mechanical change (the ping, 20 euros).
    The original strings are too soft and very poorly fitted (too low on winding mechanical) to change immediately to the beast takes the agreement.
    2 single coil pickups
    3 position selector
    1 volume, 1 tone
    Wallnut satin colors (walnut satin)

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is quite thin and fast. As it is new, it hangs a bit but that's normal. In a few months it will be more pleasant.
    The ergonomics are not bad, except that there is no cutting in the abdomen as the strata, and I find it a bit an…
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    Copy "official" of the telecaster made in indonesia
    agathis body (exotic wood) maple neck rosewood fingerboard
    violin making good, except I just mechanical change (the ping, 20 euros).
    The original strings are too soft and very poorly fitted (too low on winding mechanical) to change immediately to the beast takes the agreement.
    2 single coil pickups
    3 position selector
    1 volume, 1 tone
    Wallnut satin colors (walnut satin)

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is quite thin and fast. As it is new, it hangs a bit but that's normal. In a few months it will be more pleasant.
    The ergonomics are not bad, except that there is no cutting in the abdomen as the strata, and I find it a bit annoying (mas is a tele, so normal). The correct weight. It's fun to play a guitar.

    SOUNDS

    Neck pickup: excellent, very cozy with rich bass and midrange. Rather style jazz or rock. With tube overdrive, there is no problem of hendrix.

    Bridge pickup: its clear I find it rather garish, with too sharp for my taste. In full, unless it attacks the ear, but I prefer the other.

    With the switch in a central position means more than the bridge pickup and the neck pickup too. In addition, the resulting sound does not seem to be out of phase as a strat is a bit disappointing.

    The two microphones have a good output level to attack an amp properly.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just buy it. The price is really insignificant (320 euros). The violin is good. Pity about quite a few colors available (4 I think). The excellent neck pickup, bridge pickup will in turn soon replaced by a more versatile (probably vintage seymour duncan antiquity). Switch and wiring for a revised its phase out (unless it is the pickup that makes it ).
    In short, an amazing value for money, it almost felt like a real Telecaster .....
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  • brice88brice88

    Squier Standard TelecasterPublished on 04/18/07 at 04:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar made in Indonesia or somewhere there. Quality is average but still correct (the plate screw selector turn by themselves ....).
    22 frets, but the last box does not sound good to check the neck pickup is too pointed. Fixed bridge with 6 saddles. A typical remote switch 3 positions (= neck pickup alone, bridge + neck, bridge only) 1 volume and tone.
    Channel C U see quite narrow (40 mm for me, weird ...) and rather thick on my guitar at least as compared to another in the handle was different. Well, even if no one would top it.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel "usable", as said above, it always surprises me a little by his narrow but well used to it and then it's an electric guitar so …
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    Guitar made in Indonesia or somewhere there. Quality is average but still correct (the plate screw selector turn by themselves ....).
    22 frets, but the last box does not sound good to check the neck pickup is too pointed. Fixed bridge with 6 saddles. A typical remote switch 3 positions (= neck pickup alone, bridge + neck, bridge only) 1 volume and tone.
    Channel C U see quite narrow (40 mm for me, weird ...) and rather thick on my guitar at least as compared to another in the handle was different. Well, even if no one would top it.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel "usable", as said above, it always surprises me a little by his narrow but well used to it and then it's an electric guitar so the neck is always different (I am used to classical guitar) . Access to acute is not too bad but the 22 ° box does not ring for the e and b string.
    Neither heavy nor light (for me) and good balance: it not sting the nose and can be repeated without problems for 3 hours.

    SOUNDS

    For sounds, well, there are three:
    The microphone is super aggressive acute (a little too even acute) and for the blues-rock is terrible (as clear as saturated).
    Both sets are good for a rhythm that you want less aggressive.
    The microphone is serious (for me): smooth, round, warm, velvety ... But there is a kind of "halo" around the draft especially saturated (I clear? ...), It's not a real Fender this microphone.
    But for metal / hard it is a fair bit so I put a hot rails in place of micro fever and it rocks but it loses its "TV" micro acute .. (see my post it here -> hotrails K. Armstrong). Good for the price is pretty decent, with 8 hot-rails.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been two years since I use it and no complaints except that the pots and jack are tired. The bridges are slightly oxidized but nothing serious.
    value for money (€ 319) is quite good and even if it is not perfect it was a pretty good guitar in his hands. If you want more information do not hesitate!

    Addition of 4/6/2006: To the jack that can be unscrewed by itself a tip, go buy a socket for jack 6.35 (€ 0.80) and get you tighten the nut in place of one that loosens the plug jack of your guitar and tighten it good with a wrench for me now there is no problem on that side.
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  • daturableudaturableu

    Squier Standard TelecasterPublished on 05/22/07 at 11:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Comes from Indonesia. I have the Sunburst version that is truly original!
    2 single coil pickups

    Well, one problem with the jack socket that comes out a little of the body of the guitar.
    Otherwise, the handle is not great all painted, hang it in places.
    I also had little problems to solve harmonics on the bridge.
    The strings, at first, were very poorly fitted also impossible to keep the agreement.
    There are two screws that rotate on their own (one on the bridge, one on the pickguard).

    Despite this, the price is quite finished, the mechanical qualities are good, solid. Wood is pretty enough even if it's a bit fake compared to a real Fender!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is…
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    Comes from Indonesia. I have the Sunburst version that is truly original!
    2 single coil pickups

    Well, one problem with the jack socket that comes out a little of the body of the guitar.
    Otherwise, the handle is not great all painted, hang it in places.
    I also had little problems to solve harmonics on the bridge.
    The strings, at first, were very poorly fitted also impossible to keep the agreement.
    There are two screws that rotate on their own (one on the bridge, one on the pickguard).

    Despite this, the price is quite finished, the mechanical qualities are good, solid. Wood is pretty enough even if it's a bit fake compared to a real Fender!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is thick enough, if we want to capo a clip, you must put a capo of "classic". Access to treble is a bit hard but when you have big hands, so good!

    In weight and size is perfect. She is tiny and easy to use.

    Not connected, you can play and be heard, not bad too ...

    SOUNDS

    So I was interested in the sound of Franz Ferdinand, and another style, by its very clear ... Jean Louis Murat
    I was looking for a sound so sharp, clear and without sustain ... And here I was disappointed by the original bridge pickup is feeble ... I switched to a microphone '62 telecaster and it has NOTHING to do! The neck pickup has no personality but is still soft, not bad for jazz, not to win when we play together!
    I use the guitar with a Zoom G1 effects pedal and it's really what I expected.

    OVERALL OPINION

    So it's been four months that I have. I use it very often and I think for 220 euros + 70 euros Micro is a good deal. I could not compare with a Mexican Tele, but the result is what I expected ... Even if it's less "prestigious" to have written on the handle SQUIER!

    +: Price, finishing correct, mechanical, size, style!

    -: Microphones, the jack! Is not a Fender (can not show off)
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  • Anonymous

    Squier Standard TelecasterPublished on 11/21/07 at 14:32
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    Made in Indonesia.
    22 frets
    1 volume, 1 Tone and a 3 position pickup selector.
    2 alnico single micro
    Agathis body.
    Bolt on saddle and rosewood fingerboard.
    It's simple: I have the same as the picture! ^ ^

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is unvarnished, and I think a better glide!
    It is black, I find it most styl ...
    The shape of the handle is really cool! It is a little less "C" that Fender telecaster.
    CHAC in acute is relatively easy and simple as all the normal telecaster.
    The form is a telecaster, I like! ^ ^
    Weight: A little heavy even when! M'enfin, a will, I dj jou over 4 hours with no worries.
    Is obtained relatively easily a good sound. APRS, in what you adp…
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    Made in Indonesia.
    22 frets
    1 volume, 1 Tone and a 3 position pickup selector.
    2 alnico single micro
    Agathis body.
    Bolt on saddle and rosewood fingerboard.
    It's simple: I have the same as the picture! ^ ^

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is unvarnished, and I think a better glide!
    It is black, I find it most styl ...
    The shape of the handle is really cool! It is a little less "C" that Fender telecaster.
    CHAC in acute is relatively easy and simple as all the normal telecaster.
    The form is a telecaster, I like! ^ ^
    Weight: A little heavy even when! M'enfin, a will, I dj jou over 4 hours with no worries.
    Is obtained relatively easily a good sound. APRS, in what you adpend the branches.

    SOUNDS

    I play Rock, Hard rock, Punk, Metal, etc..
    I play with a Vox AD15 VT, and it's up!

    The bridge pickup is flashy, crystal:
    - Super distortion in!
    - In typical clean must love it for the funk can be a lot I think ...
    The neck pickup:
    - With a clean sound you get a round, but beware ... rest of a Telecaster.
    - With its distortion, heavy distortion, fuzz is Horrible! It is dirty and drooling, has put it anywhere and not hear pretty trs.

    The sound I prfre is:
    - On my Vox, I chose "Tweed 4x10" a simulation of a Fender 59 bassman, I put the gain of the compressor 1 p.m. ET.
    - On my telecaster, I selected the bridge pickup, and I put the volume and tonality bottom.
    =====/ J'obtient sound like: The Hives or Arctic Monkeys.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it now for just over a year.
    I bought new for 300 in a music store.

    I had a lot of money so I hsit with a Squier Affinity Telecaster, but when I saw the standard I fell in love. ^ ^
    Otherwise, I test a Fender Telecaster Mexican (guitar from a friend) in my Vox and I can tell you that I greatly prfr my Squier: More comfortable and the sound is exactly the m me.

    Report qualitprix: Excellent!

    "With the exprience, you do again this choice?"
    Probably! Unless j'conomise to buy a Fender Telecaster Highway One (Upgrade 2006).
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  • derainederaine

    Squier Standard TelecasterPublished on 04/19/08 at 13:50
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    Warning, this is the MODEL "standard" and not 2008 "affinity" is important because the TRS standard is diffrence! Here, the finishes are correct for a TRS MODEL of this award (248 new book!), Even if not a n'gale Fender, trs is acceptable. I put 8 in the report qualitprix.
    Mine is relatively RULES happens, but a perfectionist by nature, she has over directly from the maker!

    UTILIZATION

    I will certainly shock the world, but I have a telecaster possd US standard for 12 years and I prfre the handle of this modern squier! On one extreme ease, traveling with ease and Dextre. Access in acute is like all the Telecasters, relatively easy if the guitar is high enough and that "breaks" t…
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    Warning, this is the MODEL "standard" and not 2008 "affinity" is important because the TRS standard is diffrence! Here, the finishes are correct for a TRS MODEL of this award (248 new book!), Even if not a n'gale Fender, trs is acceptable. I put 8 in the report qualitprix.
    Mine is relatively RULES happens, but a perfectionist by nature, she has over directly from the maker!

    UTILIZATION

    I will certainly shock the world, but I have a telecaster possd US standard for 12 years and I prfre the handle of this modern squier! On one extreme ease, traveling with ease and Dextre. Access in acute is like all the Telecasters, relatively easy if the guitar is high enough and that "breaks" the wrist.
    It is very well balance, almost as heavy as a fender US! Nothing to say the above.
    Sustain correct, it remains well gives a real pleasure.

    SOUNDS

    Played on my Fender Twin Reverb silver face, it has nothing to envy my pickup US ct. I planned to replace it but ultimately it sounds awfully good, is the twang and an amp the sound quality is fabulous if the guitar is RULES. The neck pickup is sweet and subtle, but lack of gain and volume dsquilibre if we pass each other. For me just using the microphone, a do not care.
    I am still quite bte when I arm the very first time, I had a priori but they disappeared pronto.

    OVERALL OPINION

    My telecaster US asked me many problem acordage level and accuracy, and silent become unplayable. Short of money I bought this a little squier standard "blind" telling me that I would replace all the electronics, and that was the case would probably time for a SAVE Jap or other US. But I find myself with a guitar that will not undergo any change and will ultimately my home because it suits me perfectly once RULES, it is also essential prvoyez this in your budget for the acquisition!
    On a quality amp it does not you dcevra. The big sound is the telecaster! Why pay more? Sr is that there is no criterion Fender on the head, but the rigor, the valve closed aa many other musicians who respect me. Few believed me about the origin of the guitar and I think I finally went up the esteem of this brand around me! I play professionally! It was long thought that Squier guitars taient mdiocres and this is probably true for the affinity SERIES I've never try bones, but this standard is a wonder and ex terribly cute good job. I put him 10 for his ambition, its simplicity its classic form, the bridge pickup, its handle, color, holding the acordage. No regrets. I wonder why I even bought a Fender USD in 1996. In the era guitar beginners, c'tait perfect to impress. Squier guitar today will confirm this for a long j'espre mine proudly.
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