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Electric Guitar

  • Body: Poplar
  • Bolt-on neck: Maple
  • Fingerboard: Maple
  • Black dot fretboard inlays
  • Scale: 648 mm (25.5")
  • Fretboard radius: 241 mm (9.5")
  • Nut width: 42 mm (1.650")
  • 21 Narrow tall frets
  • Pickup: 2 ceramic single coils
  • Master volume and master tone controls
  • Single-layer black pickguard
  • 6-Saddle top-load Tele bridge with block saddles
  • Enclosed die-cast tuners
  • Chrome hardware
  • Colour: Butterscotch Blonde
Available since April 2023
Item number 561033
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Butterscotch
Pickups SS
Fretboard Maple
Tremolo None
Body Poplar Burl
Top None
Neck Maple
Frets 21
Scale 648 mm
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$155
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A Very Good Guitar for the Price
Redshift Supernova 08.08.2023
Ok, so I am a lefty and I bought a right-handed guitar. I called the guitar Trippy - The Guitar as it will be making a trip around the world. Hand to hand from land to land!!
I have purchased several more expensive lefty guitars from Thomann in the past and all arrived with no defects
I was a little sad to see that this guitar had a ding on the reverse of the body however being a cheap guitar that will endure its share of knocks etc in the near future it doesn't matter too much.
However when I mentioned it to Thomann they said that the would refund more than 10% off the price into my PayPal account where I am fundraising (Thomann knew this) so thank you Thomann.
I also have a Player Telecaster that I have modded. Lollar CC pick up in the neck and a Callaham bridge with brass compensated saddles which give the Player a great tone.
However compared to the Player the Squier plays and sounds surprisingly well.
The neck in particular feels great in my larger hands, I'm 6'3, and is very slick. The frets are all even and are not protruding over the fretboard. Also the neck isn't finished like the Players more plasticy neck and I actually prefer the Squier finish.
The body feels good and I'm assuming that the pots are a cheaper version of the Player pots. As with the Player I would prefer a more gradual increase when changing from bass to treble using the tone pot. Must be a Fender thing?
For the price of the Squier I think that the pick ups sound good. Would I make the mods that I made to the Player to the Squier? Probably not but I'd probably put a better pick up in the neck. I only use the neck pick up and am used to better sounds.
The strings are still new so I can't tell how the guitar stays in tune. My Player has more slippage then my Ibanez semi and hollow body guitars so maybe that's another Fender thing.
What is a Telecaster thing is that the black cap on the pick up selector always falls off. In case of this Squier the cap seems to be securely fastened.
Some might complain the the pick up switch is too far forward. I don't mind as I play fingerstyle so I don't have any problem bumping it by accident.
The strings that came on the Squier are too light for me but as a fingerpicker I prefer 11's. If you like to bend as in blues or rock I'm sure that the strings will be fine for you.
There is some adjustment needed for intonation but only a few cents worth. The action is good however if I was keeping the guitar I'd drop it a little (probably because thicker strings are harder to press down).
While the Squier won't be a guitar for life for anyone buying it it is definitely a very good guitar for the price and will keep you going until you can afford a more expensive instrument.
I've been having fun playing it upside down.
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Hätt ich nicht gedacht - aber einwandfrei.
Armin X. 08.01.2024
Eigentlich wollte ich nur zu meiner Stratocaster Pro eine Gitarre für Open G. Ich habe mir nicht viel erwartet, allerdings - was man da für sein Geld bekommt, ist nicht soooo weit von den erheblich teureren Fenders entfernt. Ich bin sehr zufrieden. Man muss halt noch etwas nachstellen ... aber passt dann.
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MLT77 15.08.2023
Pour un débutant c'est parfait, mais nécessite quelques réglages (géométrie du manche, action, justesse, intonation) avant d'en profiter pleinement.
Elle sonne plutôt bien. Rien a redire sur les micros vu le prix.
J'ai quand même noté 2 défauts :
- Le sillet de tête en plastique est de mauvaise qualité… la petite corde de Mi à vide à une sonorité très "indienne".
- La couleur par rapport aux photos… c'est pas du tout ça. Je voulais une belle guitare jaune Butterscotch, et au déballage, surprise… c'est plutôt "Caramelscotch". la teinte est orange. Mais au final la couleur me plaît quand même.
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Steht ihrem original in nichts nach!
Andre Holzheimer 02.11.2023
Super schöne Telecaster von Squier, für die Preisklasse echt überraschend. Die Verarbeitung ist top und der Sound überzeugt auch, selbst der Hals ist tadellos und die Bünde sind Sauber angebracht. Es klappert nichts und sieht super aus, meine neue Gitarre für spontane Gelüste!
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