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There's a picture around somewhere of him playing a Squier Standard Tele live, one with a missing pickguard.
I've just got this one for a good price, in good condition and it sounds lovely
It's very heavy for its size though, it's getting some...
I sometimes play in some "rougher" venues where I take a Squier Std Tele and a Squier Jazzmaster. Theft is my main issue here.
I played a gig in...
I have these three
Just for info, Squier did a couple of single humbucker guitars (besides the Hello Kitty pictured above)...
It's an Esteban, as others have said.
It's funny because in some ways it reminds me of my old Gibson Challenger that I have stripped back to what...
It doesn't make much difference.
I routed out an MIM body under the pickguard to see if it reduced weight.
Barely made a difference, I weighed...
I have to say that some of the classiest tort is on some of the cheesiest guitars.
I had a torty guard on this one, that I no longer have.
That's what I did to mine too, but I added a series/parallel push pull switch in there too, for a bit of versatility.
That's nice looking.
I know that the early Squier Standard Teles came with all maple necks, but I've never seen one with a three saddle vintage...
My Squier Standard is my go-to guitar for rougher gigs and for "chucking in the car in a hurry" stuff.
I like having a Tele with a rosewood board...
Looks like someone replaced the original trapezoidal tuners on there and has angled them back to use some of the existing holes.
Lovely guitar there.
You did well getting a lightweight one.
I used to have one and it was really heavy, which is why I eventually had to let it...
Great deal there, plus the Champion 600 which is a good amp to try different mods to a simple tube amp if you wanted to.
It's funny because...
I'd say white, but I also think this colour works well with a three ply black guard
I did that to the Bullet Mustang I've got in this colour
He's got it down to a fine art, to be honest.
My trusty Roland Cube 60 is on its last legs (Speaker out socket not working, reverb stuck on one setting, channel not switching properly) so when...
The Squier Bullet Mustangs have a 24" scale
Like mine, very cheap used. I have modded mine a bit though;-)
Hey sorry for the late reply.
I have a T5 head that I run through a 10" or 12" cabinet.
I use mine mainly for rehearsals but I also have used it...
I liked my Squier Affinity Jazzmaster so much that when another empty husk of a body, neck and bridge came up cheap, I had to jump on it.
I'd say get one and a cheap way of doing it is the Affinity Jazzmaster. A lot of guitar for the money
Here's mine, barely modded apart from the...
I have to say that the fundamentals of a Baja are the neck, the body and the vintage specs.
I have one of the early desert sand ones.
I added a Squier '51 pickup I had spare. Next best thing.
I think these Bullet Mustangs make great modding platforms, yours looks lovely
I've got a surf green one that I've modded into a...
This is my Gibson that could easily be mistaken as a "Fake"
Bolt on neck, non standard headstock, from an era where possibly what Gibson were...