The Squier '51 returns in a hot new Vintage Modified model that delivers all the great style and features of the original value-priced screamer of th...Click To Read More About This Product
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A winning combination of contoured form and streamlined electronics.
The Squier '51 returns in a hot new Vintage Modified model that delivers all the great style and features of the original value-priced screamer of the mid 2000s. All of the '51s enormous tonal versatility is back, with a powerful SH pickup configuration, rotary pickup selector, push-pull coil tap and more.
Features include a basswood body, satin-finish maple neck with "C"-shaped profile, 9.5"-radius maple fingerboard with 21 medium jumbo frets, single-coil Stratocaster neck pickup and hot humbucking bridge pickup, knurled "chrome dome" master volume control knob that also functions as a push-pull bridge pickup coil-selector switch (full humbucking or inner coil only for single-coil bridge pickup tone), knurled "chrome dome" three-position rotary pickup selector switch (in place of a tone control knob), single-ply white pickguard (black pickguard on Vintage Blonde model) and six-saddle hard-tail bridge. Case sold separately
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Comments about Vintage Modified Squier '51:
This guitar has great tone ...5 distinct tones actually. This creation by Squire is a cross between a Fender Strat (1/4 inch thinner hardwood Strat body) and Tele (really nice maple neck). You can have Stratocaster tones, nice bright Telecaster tones and three other distinct tones from a bridge humbacker pickup and a hot single coil neck pickup. This guitar has a huge cult following see Club 51 in telecaster forums and check out YouTubes reviews and demos for Squire Vintage Modified 51. This guitar was such a hit they stopped production of the Squirt 51 and released the design as a Fender Pawn Shop 51 with more expensive pickups a $799 price for a limited run. Then Squirt reissued the Squier VM 51 with a better bridge and string thru body improvements they introduced on the limited run Fender Pawn Shop. If you want a nice inexpensive guitar jump on this one.
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