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Discussion in 'Squier Tele Forum' started by guitarmikey, Oct 5, 2014.
The current Squier set: CV 60's Strat, VM Jazzmaster, VM Thinline '72 Reissue.
My first Squier! Picked it up yesterday... posted the NGD this morning with the story!
I have three:
Classic Vibe Custom Telecaster with a CV 50'S neck, HipShot Hellebender, Twisted Tele neck pup, Fender Broadcaster bridge pup. It's my #1 guitar.
Vintage Modified Stratocaster
Here's my baby... Bought it 6 years ago as a CV Thinline, but never got on with the glossy maple neck. Not a fan of high gloss paint at all, even on bodies. Had an Affinity Strat neck sitting round, so joined them up. Lovely... Over time, I've added brass saddles and a set of Oil City Pickups from London, UK (Hard Man set). My favourite axe, ever, so far...
Wow, you've got some awesome beasts there... Love the orange one with P90 and the one with the record scratchplate!!
Got a better pic of the kahler?
My 50's CV Strat, with a Spitfire tort guard and a Callham bridge assembly:
Oliver On Display, November 12, 2015 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
My VM fretless basses:
Fretless Basses, February 18, 2015 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
My CVC with 50´s Squier neck
Fender bridge with brass compensaded saddles
Cts pots, treble bleed and a 4 way switch, reversed control plate
Wilkinson strap locks.
My Esquire'd CVC
Used to play through a Radio before '80, still, remember it as a great sound. How does it sound? Also, love the blue... have fun with!
Half Squire, half DIY, and also, update the other Sq... the black one's gone away...
That CV Strat is really special, love the Spitfire 60s red style!
Here's where I'm at, although I did move along the Cab (making my own).
-VM Mustang, very nice chunky neck, Buddha vintage-style pups, 9.5 radius Staytrem, custom switching
-VM Jazzmaster, mint guard, painted headstock, Mastery, AV trem, Ant II SD pups
-CV Thinline-Nocaster bridge, Twisted neck, 4-way switch, titanium saddles
Only just bought myself a Squier Telecaster Affinity, 1st Telecaster I have owned.. As a compared to my other guitars, I think this one will be a playable favourite.
I have named it "Goose"..
I almost forgot about my CV Duo-Sonic!
Duo-Sonic, September, 2008 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
I did exactly the same in February. A cherry red.