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Fender Squier Classic Vibe 50s Telecaster Vintage Blonde
£455.00 RRP £479.00
1 In Stock
Example Deposit: £45.50
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Squier Classic Vibe 50s Telecaster Vintage Blonde
Sticking to the classic 50's telecaster shape with the single cutaway this guitar not only looks fantastic but feels very comfortable whether you are sat down or rocking out on stage. The tonewood of choice for the Classic Vibe Telecaster is pine, Pine offers a fantastic mid-range response more so than the usual Alder construction of telecasters. This allows for an extremely clear and vibrant tone. Finished off in the classic Vintage blonde hi-gloss finish the guitar has a very vintage feel to it.
Bolted onto the beautiful pine body is a hi-gloss maple neck. With the ever popular Modern C profile and 9.5" radius anyone can play comfortably whether you are a heavy rocker or jazz muse the Classic Vibe tele will feel comfortable in anyones hands. Topped off with a 21-fret gloss maple fingerboard is adorned with black dot position inlays that guide your way in style.
Classic "Telecaster" vibe's
The Squier Classic Vibe 50s Telecaster is equipped with Custom Vintage single-coil Tele' pickups in the neck and bridge positions, with control coming in the form a 3-position pickup selector switch, and Master Volume and Master Tone pots. The Telecaster setup may be simplistic, but thanks to the ingenious design, a complex range of tones can be plucked from this pair of beauties. Fender have included brass saddles on the Squier Classic Vibe 50s Telecaster to give the guitar extra brightness and clarity in the bridge pickup. Together with the maple fingerboard this creates a super twangy guitar, which is great for country playing, as well as modern punk/pop bands that prefer a hard edge to their tone. That's not to say it's confined to these genres. Simply flick the switch to the neck position and you can obtain rich blues' tones.