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Discussion in 'Squier Tele Forum' started by guitarmikey, Oct 5, 2014.
Here is a few more of mine.
I am really tempted with this one.
After a bunch of different MIA and MIM Fenders I ended with a MII Squier Black and Chrome Standard Telecaster
Pick-ups replaced with Korean made SeiQ and pick-guard from vinyl plate, 3-way switch completely removed and wiring is like Jazz-bass with 2 volumes
Pickup is actually two side by side coils. Only mod.
2012 FSR CVC
My surf green bullet. I upgraded everything but the neck at this point. Keystone pickups, B5 Bigsby with bridge, locking tuners, bone nut, 4 way switch, new wiring and pots and knobs, and mint green pick guard.
CVC, CV 50's, Fender Pro Junior IV
Squier Joe Trohman .A superb guitar in all ways .Cant really fault it .a low action ,good pickups that covers a huge sound range and a belly cut .It my second one .I sold my first t o help buy a Gibson and then found this a few weeks ago .The bridge pick up is a hot ceramic .The single an alnico and the neck an alnico.Goes from hot to cool via strat.
Love the neck on those Trohmans!! Mine is gutted right now while I figure out what I want to drop in there.. I do have a set of whole lotta humbuckers laying around.. Highly recommend black mini rotomatics.
I keep wondering whether to 'upgrade'The pickups but the standard issue works in many ways .For instance at present I am practicing jazz licks on the neck though my DV Mark Little Jazz which plays only clean but I was playing Gibbons style through the bridge last night through my THR10C on Marshall setting ,and then on Deluxe setting and the bridge and middle playing Knofler and folky stuff .so varied but so toneful .
I agree. Nothing wrong with the stock pups at all! Pretty sure it's the squire John 5 set. I was original just going to rewire it so the toggle was a pickup selector, not a kill switch, and ditch the rotary pot. But then impulse took over. Lol
Sweet Jesus, I love this one.
The dirty blonde has tvjones top and bottom,