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Discussion in 'Squier Tele Forum' started by guitarmikey, Oct 5, 2014.
CV50 Vintage Blonde with mint green pickguard (from CVC60).
My main guitar, she is pure beauty =)
My current Squiers
VM Tele Custom
My partscaster Squier Esquire: neck from a VM Cabronita, body from an Affinity, Emerson Esquire control plate, Dimarzio Twang King pickup.
Since this forum has been quite an inspiration I'll take the liberty of showing my heavily altered Squier as well!
It's an 80ies Japanese telecaster which originally came as a top-loader with two single coils and a white pickguard. I really liked the feel of the guitar and the slick neck, but it didn't entirely fit my style.
It has had quite a few mods over the years (of which some done by the previous owner), but in the end I'm quite happy with the final result:
SD neck hot rail;
Bare Knuckle cobra middle hot rail;
Dimarzio dominion neck f-spaced humbucker;
7 sounds (5-way switch + push pull on the tone knob);
All new electronics;
New bridge + conversion to a string through body;
Black pearl pickguard.
It's been based on quite a few things, of which the modern players, Chapman's and Kononykheen's supertelecasters, some stuff I saw appearing here ...
Quite the hot-headed tele, but still versatile enough to do just about everything!
Ok here's a couple more pics the other obviously CV bsb. The then a standard tele. And a cherry burst standard strat and the buttercaster.
Here's my Telecaster Junior:
I built it just to demonstrate that you can put an Epiphone Gibson-scale neck on a Telecaster Affinity body and the only mod that you have to make is slightly (2 or 3 mm) longer intonation screws. I ended having to open up the pocket for the neck, just a hair.
It came out lovely. I didn't keep it. I sold it to a cheerful young woman. I hope she is having a ball with it.
Squier Pro Tone Fat Tele, I had the pups switched out to a tapped bridge and a '57 Custom in the neck, both built by The Creamery. Five way switching and a push/pull split for the humbucker.
Squier Pro Tone strat in sapphire, had the pups replaced with a Dimarzio Area 58/61/67 set.
Squier Pro Tone strat, I bought it body only with no electrics and took the neck off of my Squier Silver Series strat and had that fitted plus a set of Baby Wides built by The Creamery.
Squier Contemporary Strat, 1986 MIJ. Original owner had put the Schaller Floyd Rose, Schaller tuners and a Gibson humbucker, I had the Gibson removed and replaced with a Dirty Shirt built by The Creamery plus a three way mini toggle for split/series/parallel.
Squier Pro Tone Fat Strat, haven't touched anything on this so far.
Squier Silver Series strat. Installed Seymour Duncan JB Jr, Cool Rail and Lil '59 then had it put back to stock and the neck removed and installed on the Pro Tone body.
Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar, I sold this to a friend last year.
Here’s my squier.
LE Bullet in surf green
my squiers,squier starfire semi hollow,mik 2000
squier classic vibes 60s jazz bass
squier jagmaster mic
heavily modded squier strat mij texas specials,cts pots,loaded pickguard,schaller tuners
Just arrived today, and I'm pleased. No damage, hardware is as I expected, and everything works. I've got black S-Lock buttons ordered but don't expect to change anything else out until I'm done modding my ASAT. I did notice the knobs felt scratchy, but I pulled up on them slightly and they stopped scraping the control plate. This was bought in lieu of a kit, since the price was awfully close.
Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster SSH in Artic White. The other Tele is a MIM.
Got some better light today to show the color. It's not for everyone but it's growing on me.
Red Sparkle Bullet. 6 lever palm pedal. Vintage 3 barrel bridge for a Bigsby. Grover tuners. Tusq nut. Seymour Duncan quarter pound bridge pickup. Fender Tex Mex neck with cover removed.
It seems I have very similar setup CV 50s, CVC, Pro Junior IV
CV 50s VB - Pro Jr IV - CVC by havlma1 posted May 8, 2019 at 2:14 PM
Guitar sisters by havlma1 posted May 8, 2019 at 2:14 PM