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Squier Tele Custom II Electric Guitar with P-90 PickupsThe Squier Tele Custom II Electric Guitar with P-90 Pickups is a super-affordable temple of tone. And it comes with some tasty Tele tweaks that include a pair of blistering Duncan Designed P-90s with indepedendent tone and volume controls. The agathis body snugs up to an all-maple neck/fretboard with dot inlays, medium-jumbo frets, and a 25-1/2" scale.Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.
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With this low price, nothing beats this guitar. The natural tone is absolutely sweet, just plug it in and the nice fat sweet clean tone is there. I play metal, rock, and blues, and this guitar did them all. Hi treble, hi bass metal tone sounds even more evil than my friend's Jackson. I've got a blonde one, looks sweet. Some problems though, once I received it, the set-up hasn't been done. And 1 or 2 screws are loosen. So better bring it out for a set-up or sth. And P90 pick up, sounds awesome, sweet tone, metal tone, no problem! But it's always being very noisy, not a good idea for recording.
but other than those matters, this guitar gonna give u what u want!
All of the semi - pros raved about it!.
I bought a blonde model. Nice looking, fit and finish. But it hummed like crazy. It wasn't my amps. (I have 4 of them) I was bummed.
I returned it for a TELE CUSTOM with the hum-buckers.
Just didn't feel like messing with the noise issue. I loved the old blonde look!
I have had my Tele II for about 12 mths now. When I first got it, the thing was not set up well. I persevered because I had previously heard one played and I loved the tones it produced. I am glad I did. A good setup and some remedial work (poor quality control) has left me with a real gem which I really love.
The P90s pickups are probably really P100s. From what I have read, they are apparently stacked coils, but wired differently to humbuckers to retain the P90 sound without the hum. I get little in the way of hum. (As long as I stay clear of the TV) The tone is classic P90 however. More top end than a humbucker and more mid and bass than a single coil. They have a nice bite which I really love and if you have never heard P90s, you don't know what you are missing.
I bought the black version of the Tele II. The butterscotch one was just a bit out there for me. The neck is a lovely piece of maple and I subsequently bought a maple neck Strat on the strength of the feel of the Tele II's neck.
I would have given the unit 5 stars, except that Fender let themselves down by their lack of quality control. At the price of Squiers these days, we are entitled to expect more.
Got the blond model and this thing looks sweet! When I first got it, the neck was mounted crooked... not warped... crooked. The high E string was very very close to the edge of the frets up toward the body and the low E was about 1/4 inch in. Bad crooked. I started wondering how this could happen, as these things are drilled in a jig. Didn't make sense.
Ended up being the order they assembled things in. I removed the neck and noted that the black pick guard was protruding out over the neck socket. This pushed the neck down and resulted in the high E string being on the very edge of the fingerboard as I mentioned before. I filed the pick guard even with the neck socket (took about 30 seconds) and re-installed the neck and it is dead center perfect. I was right. the actual holes drilled to mount the neck were perfect as was the neck socket. Just that little edge of thick plastic was enough to prevent the neck from being installed properly. The fix was easy, as was smoothing the fret edges which were a little rough at their ends -- they were fine and smooth all the way across the fingerboard.
Other set up items were as good as I've seen on $2500 guitars -- meaning they were fine.
With having to straighten such an obvious manufacturing blunder... why'd I give this board a five? Well... next I played it.
These P-90s sound better than any P-90s I've ever heard. They actually sound better than any other pickups of ANY type or brand that I've ever played! That includes all the actual Seymour Duncan MADE P-90s (these are Duncan "designed") and Gibsons and the Dimarzios that Leslie West is bragging on now. Now... those ARE excellent pickups! Leslie should be bragging on them. These cheap little Squire-mounted blackies are better! They have an absolutely beautiful growl when pushed, but that's not the amazing part. The clean tone on these is that tone I've been looking for for over 30 years! I did some country two-string stuff, letting it sustain... and almost started crying! Who could have guessed?
This instrument plays beautifully. I cannot put it down nor wipe the big grin off my face! I played a Les Paul Personal for years and years so I do know how a guitar should play.
Now, if I hadn't fixed the neck myself, Music123 would have taken this baby back and sent me another. They don't even squeak about stuff like that. And the rough fret edges? Fixed! If I built a guitar for what this one cost me, it probably wouldn't even have frets! And that clean tone off these cheapo P-90s! My tone! That one tone I've been listening for all my life! Feels like someone is pouring syrup down my back every time I pluck a string and listen!
Feels kinda illegal to own this guitar for this price!!
And yes, I agree with the other reviewer about the 51! Now I'm gonna have to get one of those too! The blond one, of course.
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