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Discussion in 'Squier Tele Forum' started by Trampss, Oct 23, 2020.
All of a sudden i realized i had a small collection
You have a large amp and a big clock .
It's funny how you seem to acquire Squiers and hang on to them.
When I count up mine it comes to seven, though I've owned many more over the years
Yes, @Trampss : Squier are not good guitars, they are premium guitars - OK, sometimes they are in need of some tweaking and setting, but... Like so many much more costy models !
I wouldn't part with my two :
But it's me, OK
That's a nice shade of blue on that strat. What colour is it?
Seaside from rustoleum
You need a SG!
Yea i know
Squier SG type thing
(Like the kid befriending the least popular kid on the playground...)
What model/year Ovation is that?
Bought it new in 75
Believe it is a celebrity?
that is a copy of a dearmond / guild S-73, or S-65 model ( fender aquired dearmond guitars)
Here is the heartbreak
I turned down a old martin d28 cause i wanted a "new" guitar
Got a good selection of Squiers and Fenders. I won’t lie, there are differences in some of the lower end Squiers that you can feel even with a good setup and blind folded, like thinner bodies and slimmer necks on some. But different is not bad. I play and enjoy my Squiers as much as my Fenders, and they sound fantastic.
My Squier Contemporary Strat is quite special, though. I doubt I could tell it from a custom shop strat blindfolded.
Nice collection you have there!
Hey, I've got this one too!
People tend to look at you kind funny when you use this in a grind core band
Only a manly man can play that
A Duncan Invader in the hello kitty!! Nice touch
6 guitars & 1 amp?
I have a 2008 Squier vintage modified telecaster custom, just like yours. Mine screams. I play it alot in open G, what year is yours?