Squier Standard Strat Antique ...
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Manufacturer's ID: 0321602537
What we say:
Great sounding, dependable and demonstrating incredible value for money, Squier has, since the 80s, been Fender’s affordable sister brand. With models to suit beginners, students and gigging players, Squier have something for everyone, all with that official Fender heritage and design.
The Standard Strat has been a cornerstone in affordable guitars for years: it feels good, sounds good and retains that iconic shape and style of the most famous guitar in the world, the Fender Stratocaster. You get three single coil pickups for that classic sound and a tremolo for dips and dives in pitch.
The Standard Strat is a great value, fully featured Stratocaster. Perfect for learning on and definitely good enough to take into a rehearsal room and onto a stage, the Standard Strat is a versatile and authentic instrument loved across the world by countless players of all abilities.
This Strat has an Antique Burst finish with a tortoiseshell style pickguard and has a maple fingerboard.
SpecificationThe Squier Standard Stratocaster plays great, with traditional vibe and modern feel. Player-friendly features like the slimmer neck and 22-fret maple fingerboard make for easier playing, and the die-cast tuners are lifetime-lubricated for years of trouble-free service and tuning stability. A twin-pivot bridge with satin-anodized saddles provides smooth tremolo action, and the single-coil alnico pickups sound great!
|Fingerboard||Maple 9.5" Radius|
|Nut||Synthetic Bone 1.650"|
|Pickups||Standard Single Coil Set|
|Bridge||2 Point Synchronised Trem|
|Machineheads||Standard Die Cast|
|Pickguard||4 Ply Tortoiseshell|
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