Made in Indonesia
C-shaped maple neck, polyurethane varnish
21 medium jumbo frets
Scale length: 64.8 m
Nut width: 42 mm
Radius: 24.1 cm
Pickups: Duncan Designed TE-101B (bridge), Duncan Designed JM-101N Single-Coil Jazzmaster AlNiCo 5 (handle)
3 position pickups selector
Controls: master volume, overall tone
Butterscotch Blonde finish, polyester varnish
Guitar very well designed at any point of view.
In short a good TV with good fishing and look very successful.
The highlight of this guitar is its versatility, the choice of microphones is for many.
This is where this guitar all his bluff ...
One might think that this low-end model can really sound good but that's where she cheats on her world.
The Duncan Designed pickups TE-101B (bridge) and Duncan Designed JM-101N Single-Coil Jazzmaster AlNiCo 5 (handle), do miracles with a very full sound palette.
The neck pickup type P90 had its effect and offers a rich audio experience.
We go to the crystalline sounds of stamps to the muffled sounds more bluesy and jazzy.
I have not tested with further saturation but considering fishing microphones, it should sound.
I was not a fan of the Telecaster with their sounds a bit steep and rough finish of Squier.
I had heard some positive feedback on this model. To test this guitar appears to be very versatile with beautiful sounds. Lutherie certainly less expensive models is very neat and microphones prove excellent.