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Discussion in 'Squier Tele Forum' started by jayvansickle, Mar 28, 2015.
Has anybody found a place to buy a CV sticker or t shirts?
none that i know of, and i checked ebay. take the design to a screen printer and have it made for ya... would probably run ya $30. better yet, when you have it made... have them save the screen for ya and sell those shirts on ebay. i'd happily drop $20-25 on a classic vibe shirt!
I've been thinking about this for tees but I'd do it on a quality shirt. I'm considering Hanes and I'd do a silk screen but it'd have to sell it for about 30 bucks a copy. It's about what you'd pay for...say a Hard Rock T shirt. I can do an initial run of 50 with the Classic Vibe logo and if you guys give enough response I'll do it and put it on my eBay store...
As long as you make one in 3XL I will by at least one. Please, go for it!
Most Squire dealers have the stickers. They cost around $300 each and you have to remove the guitar from the back of the sticker.
I wish Fender would license some Squier merchandise. The quality of Squiers is as good as anything else these days--why not promote the brand?
I'd buy a **** ..... good idea!
Great idea. You could have a Vintage Modified T-shirt too, for the surgically enhanced people.
i'd be in on that! PM me if that ever comes to fruition!
Making your own t-shirt is okay-ish, selling t-shirts and making money on the other hand...
I'm in for a CV shirt.
the most he'd be able to make is $5 or so a shirt for a run that small. and while the idea of selling other people's designs sounds crappy... the idea of advertising other people's brands makes him sound like a super nice guy... all depends on how you look at it. a lot of players, myself included, have a great respect and loyalty for squier for making great guitars at reasonable prices... squier should be doing this, but since they're not... glad someone else wants to!
I thought they did make a classic vibe t shirt
Yeah, the nasty, no sense of humor, lawyer type people at Fender would probably jump all over that with the infamous cease and desist letter.
Since it is a registered trademarked product in current production, advertising them or commercial sales would be a no-no. But for yourself, your friends, and people you bump into at the flea market, who would know... Its really no different than unauthorized designer handbags, etc. if it has a current manufacturer's trademarked logo on it...I know this is all for fun, but I believe to get technical, Fender has registered trademarked the tele and strat body and headstock shapes, so even their accurate silhouette sold on an unauthorized t-shirt would be infringement.
"Most Squire dealers have the stickers. They cost around $300 each and you have to remove the guitar from the back of the sticker." LOL!
Haha made my day
Dan, I'd be interested in a T Shirt if postage was relatively cheap to the UK.
I'm in for one too.
Buy a couple of sheets of heat transfer paper on ebay ..needs to be for a laser printer print the design and take it to a print shop or pay the extra get them print it they will heat press it onto a white Tshirt
As for silk acreening for $30 that is is a joke right ? it would cost you more than that just for one negative i see at least 3 colours in that sticker that is 3 negatives and 3 frames