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Squier Classic Vibe 50s Telecaster Butterscotch Blonde Maple Fingerboard

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What we say:

At A Glance

The Tele is well known as the true working musician's guitar and this one brings the style and class of the 50s. Since they were introduced, Squier's Classic Vibe series of guitars have made a huge impact. These series of guitars are a real favourite among many guitarists due to top quality looks and tones. With a 9.5" radius, two single coil pickups and a 3 saddle bridge, all of the Tele essentials are here. Perfect for those who want a classic style guitar that plays well and at a great price!

Features We Love:

Fender Designed Pickups

A Tele has an unmistakable sound, full of character and attitude. These two Alnico single coil pickups have been designed by Fender so needless to say, they sound amazing.

Vintage Stylings

The classic aesthetics are present throughout; from the vintage-tint gloss on the neck to the 50s inspired headstock markings, the finer details have been thought out in order to produce this beautifully vintage style instrument.

C Shape Neck

What use is a great looking and sounding guitar if it isn't fun and comfortable to play? The C shape neck gives a snug fit in the hand and allows for hours of fatigue free playing. It also makes for an easy time of playing up and down the fretboard.

Pros:

  • Classic style features throughout
  • A lot of guitar for the money
  • Perfect as a main guitar or as a back up for gigging

What's Included:

  • Squier Classic Vibe 50s Telecaster Butterscotch Blonde Maple Fingerboard

Specification

Body Pine
Neck Maple
Neck Shape "C"
Fingerboard Maple
Scale 25.5" (648mm)
Radius 9.5" (241mm)
Frets 21, Narrow Tall
Nut Bone
Nut Width 1.65" (42mm)
Pickups Fender Designed Alnico Single-Coil
Controls Volume, Tone, 3-Way Pickup Selector
Bridge 3-Saddle Vintage-Style Strings-Through-Body Tele with Chrome Barrel Saddles
Tuners Vintage-Style

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 4.9 (10 reviews)

Great value for money and is a whole lot of guitar for the price.

Tehmina S. - 18/2/2021

Great guitar! Great sound and beautiful finish

Alberto G. - 18/2/2021

Very good guitar great value

JONATHAN C. - 14/2/2021

Great sound, good quality and feels great to play.

Rachel S. - 10/2/2021

I dont play so dont have much Idea.......

Terence B. - 4/1/2021

This guitar is great value for the money. Pros: -The guitar feels fantastic. The only know I can describe it is 'buttery', most likely due to the neck radius and the glossy finish. The neck profile is very comfortable as well. -I was afraid the glossy neck would be very sticky but that's really not the case. - It plays very well and it sounds good, although the neck pickup is a tiny bit noisy but you'd expect that from single coils. -The fret work is actually quite nice, a lot better done than what I would have expected. Cons: -The only real criticism is that the hole for adjusting the truss rod had some debris in it and the lacquer around the hole came cracked. It's a very small visual defect to an otherwise well finished guitar, and I'm not sure it's enough of an issue to send the item back. -Something else that isn't as great as I would have liked is the wood grain - it's not as good looking as the one on the model in the photos. The body is also made out of 3 blocks of wood, which is a wee bit much for a transparent finish. It doesn't look bad, just not as good as I would have hoped. -And one last thing worth mentioning is that the guitar will need set up as mine came with quite a lot of fret buzz that was coming through the pickups. If this is your first guitar and you're not familiar with the setup process you might want to have it set up by a guitar tech. Final thoughts: I'm quite happy with the guitar, with most of my complaints being about the visual aspect of it rather than how it sounds or how it plays. For the price, I think it's a fantastic guitar, built and finished quite well, hence the 5*.

Dan-Alexandru S. - 10/12/2020

Oliver C. - 25/10/2020

Outstanding value. Played well out of the box. Incredible for the money.

Michael W. - 21/8/2020

great guitar for the price

richard g. - 11/7/2020

Not being a good player I didn?t want to spend a great deal of money. I watched several comparisons on YouTube and this compared well against a Mexican made Telecaster and was almost £200 cheaper.

William A. - 28/4/2020

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