Squier Classic Vibe 70S Tele Thinline Maple 3TS
Sparky and sparkly. When you play this guitar for the first time, you will immediately hear the freshness and clarity of its tone. Being packed with Fender Designed Wide Range humbuckers, it has a classic, unadulterated 1970s style tone which is filled with crispness and plenty of bite. When the bridge humbucker is selected, you'll be able to make your chords sound rich and full, with a beautiful warmth to go with them. Switch to the neck position and each individual lead note you play will have its very own articulate voice and a sweet, saturated tone which can scream when the gain is turned on. With these humbuckers forming the foundation of your sound, your riffing is sure to be powerful and unrestricted.
Everyone knows a Tele. The classic Telecaster design of this elegant and effective guitar gives it its vintage feel, whilst also offering all the playability benefits that come with such a shape. The cutaway body feels comfortable when you're hitting those higher frets, and the gloss-finished maple 'C' shaped neck lets you fret with freedom. It is complemented by the maple fretboard, which feels incredibly smooth to the touch and imbues the guitar's tone with a small amount of brightness for extra bite. You'll find it incredibly satisfying to play, and you'll be able to explore your musical ideas with confidence on this well crafted instrument.
Hardware for heroes. There's a six saddle strings-through-body bridge on this guitar, which offers both tuning stability as well as a nice, neat aesthetic. As such, you won't have to constantly retune your strings, although the vintage-style tuners will allow you to do this quickly and easily. In addition, the bone nut provides additional string support, as well as offering a strong resonance which blends with the tone of the Classic Vibe 70s Telecaster. Coming in a simple, superb finish and containing stacks of character, this is a guitar which will give you an impeccable performance every time.
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