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Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar Vintage White Rosewood Fretboard

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With a body based off of one of the most notable guitars in history and dressed in vintage white, the Squier Vintage Modified ˜70s Stratocaster electric guitar looks wonderfully familiar. Squier tweaks the classic to give it a custom look and feel. Modified means adding new twists to familiar designs. Squier's Vintage Modified series excels at just that, imparting hot-output chop-shop sound, feel and value to traditional instrument designs.

The Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster electric guitar is constructed of basswood which has excellent sustain and a great resonance at mid and high frequencies. Three Duncan Designed SC-101 single-coil pickups with black covers spruce up the look and sound of the guitar. Squier also included a rosewood fretboard, five-way pickup switch with black tip, three-ply pickguard, numbered volume and tone control knobs, vintage-style synchronized tremolo bridge with vintage-style tremolo arm, vintage-style chrome tuners, chrome hardware and an engraved neck plate.

Basswood body Stratocaster body shape Maple, "C" shape neck Rosewood fretboard Chrome hardware Vintage style chrome tuners Vintage style synchronized tremolo Engraved neckplate Dot position inlays Three Duncan Designed SC-101 Single-Coil pickups Controls: Master Volume, Tone 1. (neck pickup), Tone 2. (middle pickup) Strings: NPS, Gauges: .009, .011, .016, .024, .032, .042 Wrenches included: 1.5mm and 4mm Fretboard radius: 9.5" Frets: 21 medium jumbo Scale length: 25.5"

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Just last night I sat with this guitar and my 2012 American Standard Stratocaster. I A/B'd them for about an hour. Same songs, same riffs. I wanted to do an honest comparison on the sound and the feel. The pickups on this Squier are better than the fat 50's on the American strat. The build quality is the same. Maybe the materials are much cheaper on this Squier but you can't tell by the look, feel, and playability. My Amer. Strat cost 4x what this Squier costs. It's nice but not worth that vs this guitar. I feel much better about the money I shelled out for this. All strats are production line guitars anyway, so why not save some money and pick up one of these. You won't regret it. I've been playing guitar since 1978 so I'm not blinded by "professional" guitars over "beginner" guitars. This guitar could be traveled with and gigged regularly same as any "professional" guitar. I know it's hard to get over brand names, and I struggle with it myself sometimes, but this Squier is a very nice guitar overall. There no such thing as a beginner guitar, just beginner players.
Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar Vintage White Rosewood Fretboard
.I have been playing for 27 years and was at one time a guitar snob, spending thousands on American made guitars. I sold all that in the past to get out of debt and decided to reenter the market in the "affordable" guitar range.
That being said I love this guitar just as much as any American Fender. The neck is fast and feels great, set up was great, the blonde finish is super sweet and the black knobs and PU covers add a nice touch along with the big headstock. I'm using this strat through a Line 6 HD300 for recording and through a VOX amp live and it's quiet as a mouse. The Seymour Duncan pickups sound great. You can get all the great "spanky" strat sounds and they handle OD well too.
The only slight imperfection is a barely, and I mean barely noticable place at the neck joint where the body wasn't cut perfect, so you can see just a sliver of wood between the neck and where the paint starts, it's not even a deal though, could happen to any strat.
BEST PART-I could buy four of these for the price of one American strat!
Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar Vintage White Rosewood Fretboard
. This guitar competes at its price point and price points above it. I've spent the bigger bucks on guitars, not gonna do it again. No need with what Squier is bringing to the game.
Vintage white
Vintage tuners
Vintage trem
Vintage amber tint neck
70's headstock
Alnico V, SSS pickup configuration
5-way switching
Fit and finish are excellent.
No complaints on product workmanship.
Setup could have been slightly better as the trem was setup decked, not floating, and the nut needed a little bit of attention. These are minor issues and eaisly corrected as you tweak the setup to your own preferences anyhow.
Squier is building some fantastic guitars in the last several years and this one is no exception. I'm not sure where else you can get this quality and value for two point five bills. This is a bargain, well done Squier!
Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar Vintage White Rosewood Fretboard
.I don't write reviews but thought I would for this guitar to cover a few things I haven't read as well as to say how much I like this guitar. I heard the pickups might be high output but found they match very nicely with the tone and volume of my Classic Vibe Telecaster, it makes switching between the two nice and easy. The pickups were clear and articulate and the sound of the guitar was a few ticks sweeter and creamier than my Tele really just what I was hoping for plus a bit more. The color of the guitar was a little richer than the pictures, very close but in person I like it more. The last 3 guitars I have purchased have been Squiers something that would have surprised me not that many years ago but the quality is pretty spectacular and on a slightly different note, the bars I play at are not paying anymore than they were 20-25 years ago, some are paying less. So when I look at some of the amazing vintage guitars and amps that were around 300-500 many years ago are 1500-2500 today. I love that I can still get such a nice guitar for the same amount that I was paying 25 years ago. Makes me think that Squier is looking out for the folks still plugging away in their basements, not getting rich but still in love with music.
Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar Vintage White Rosewood Fretboard
.Yeah, It's true. Squier is definitely onto something.

As a younger man I was mainly a Ibanez, charvel/Jackson style player. but now into my 40's
I thought I'd go LOOK at some strats.
I went to a music store and started looking at AM.strats.. After a few test runs I wasn't jazzed enough to drop that kind of Cheese... So I thought I'd just stick to my RG's.
Then on my way out I saw this blonde VM in the corner looking all Blackmooreish.
OK so I take a look, .. First thing I noticed and liked about it was the neck!!!. Soooo smooth, and set up perfectly. The body was sweet also. deep contours.(deeper than the AM stats). Smooth flawless finish. Light easy to play.
I took it home , made a pickup change in the neck and bridge, then POW!! My dream guitar for under half the cost of the AM.
But don't tell anybody. lets keep this on the down low. ( kidding.. Go get one now!)
Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar Vintage White Rosewood Fretboard
.I always liked the style of the 70's Stratocasters. As an owner of a Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster HSS, I wanted a SSS model, but did not want to spend another $1600 on it. I just happened across this model and thought I would give it a try based on the good reviews it has received from others. They were right. Gives me the 70's vibe without the cost. Granted, the American Standard is better quality overall, but for what I paid for this and what I wanted it for, it is definitely good buy. It is amazing how the quality of the Squier's has gone up the last few years.
Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar Vintage White Rosewood Fretboard
.The neck has a few spots where the gloss has chiped off. Nothing to bad but still annoying. Also one of the tone pots gave out after about a month.

That said I would buy another one in a heart beat if this were lost or stolen. The feel and tone of this guitar beat any of my strats (squiers, mex Fenders and American Fenders). Even my Friends who ONLY play American Fenders can't believe how great this guitar sounds.
Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar Vintage White Rosewood Fretboard
.I am amazed with my vintage modified stratocaster. I cannot believe how good it sounds and all the different sounds I can get from it. The paint job is fantastic. It's a beautiful guitar, the only thing I might change is the pickups just to get rid of a little bit of the (infamous) strat hum. Other than that it stays in tune, plays smooth, and can get almost any sound from funk to Heavy metal and anything in between. And musicians friend service was excellent.
Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar Vintage White Rosewood Fretboard
.This strat feels and performs as well as any AM. strat I've ever played. I Dropped in my favorite pickups and controls , A real solid player at a excellent price point.
Thank you squier .
Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar Vintage White Rosewood Fretboard
.I picked this up as a Xmas gift, had a hard time giving it away. This is an incredible value I have multiple American strats and this keeps up with them. Some parts are not the same quality but it plays and sounds comparable. I've always believed you get what you pay for and purchase expensive guitars but this ones an exception. I never leave reviews but felt this deserved one.
Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar Vintage White Rosewood Fretboard

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