Item # 584390 | Customer Ratings: ( 5 Based on 10 reviews)

Print this page

  1. Select the information you'd like to print out.
  2. Cancel
Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar
Use Add to Cart below to have it shipped to you, or to a store near you.
  • Store
  • Availability
Guaranteed Lowest Price
Pickup In Store

Classic Tele tone given a semi-hollow body twist.

The semi-hollow Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar boasts a rich natural-finish mahogany body with an acoustic chamber f-hole and an attractive white pearloid pickguard. The Thinline Tele's gloss maple neck sports 21 medium-jumbo frets and a modern, flatter 9.5" radius. Other appointments include vintage style tuners and a 3-saddle bridge. The guitar's custom Alnico V single-coil pickups provide warmth and clarity and enough punch for country, blues, rock and jazz.

Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar Features:

  • Body: Mahogany
    Finish: Gloss polyester
    Neck: 1-Piece maple, Modern C-shaped
    Fingerboard: Maple
    Frets: 21 medium jumbo
    Scale Length: 25-1/2"
    Nut Width: 1-5/8"
    Hardware: Chrome
    Tuning keys: Vintage-style tuning machines
    Bridge: Vintage-style string-thru Tele bridge with three chrome barrel saddles
    Pickguard: Pearloid
    Pickups: 2 Custom single-coil Tele pickups with Alnico V magnets
    (Neck and Bridge)
    Pickup switching: 3-position blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups Position 3. Neck Pickup
    Controls: Volume, Tone
    Strings: Fender Super 250L, (.009 to .042) Nickel-plated steel
    knurled chrome knobs
    Black dot position inlays
    Gold Squier logo
    Original barrel switch tip
    Synthetic bone nut

Product Reviews
(Based on 10 reviews)
Sort reviews:
Viewing Reviews 1 - 3 of 10 |
  • More than just a Squier, much more!

    As reviewed by Rick Roberts on 2/2/2011

    If you are looking to expand your guitar arsenal. You may just want to pay a visit to this model. Get that 69-70 Fender Thinline look with great pick-ups. It is a carbon copy of the classic Fender. Classic tele sound and feel. But without the weight. It is light as a feather. You can wear it on the shoulders for hours. The Mahongany finish with pearl pickguard is beautiful Fretboard is balanced and tuners stay in tune. Pots are great. Keep the pickups. Alnico V pickups. I own it and play it. People can not believe it is a Squier. Sometimes I have to take an additional look to remind myselfI am not dreaming. Great Fender looks and sound at a Squier price. I'm in for that. You will be too. Rock on. Check it out. On the back of the Headstock it says," Crafted in China." The Far East division has upped its game. That make a great guitar affordable for a lot of people.

    8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
    Was this review helpful?
  • Nice Value and Looks Great!

    As reviewed by al jarvis on 10/12/2012

    First of all, I am a drummer. OK... I don't really get the snobbery between this and that guitar. All I know is if the guitar looks cool. Purely superficial. And this looks cool, funky and different. I went to GC and played a bunch of cool looking guitars, plugged them in... EPIphone SG- PelhamBlue, Tele American Standard Red Crimson and Telecaster Special Jade, Gibson Sunburst Firebird, Les Paul Junior ( Black )P-90's, Fender American Strat Dark SunBurst, This one. I played them all and then left the store had lunch. Came back and picked them up again and the Vibe $400 vibe felt and played and nice as the $1000 one's. But I wanted to play the Vibe Tele, it is light and funky the neck is nice. The thing chose me. I cranked it up and the pick ups where not as hot as the LP, but they did cut thru like a madman. The bridge pick up is trebly but not too shrilly. The tele-standard probably had more jangly-ness but not that much. This is light, so it is easy to play standing up for a long time. I felt like it was a good fit and I was willing to spent the extra coin but it didn't seem justified. For a $400 I can get a pretty nice guitar. Maybe the vibe it isn't as collectable, but I don't collect guitars. I want to play the guitar! I intend to record with this instrument, play messed up jams and beats, record them and put some telecaster over-dubbs on them. With money I didn't spend, I can now get a bass or another guitar with different sounding pick ups.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
    Was this review helpful?
  • Gorgeous and so easy to play

    As reviewed by Ryan Sansom on 9/22/2011

    My first guitar was a thinline, the cheaper modified Squier. I loved it, but eventually moved on to nicer guitars. I was recently in the guitar shop to purchase a hollow body. My mind was set on an ES335 or 137. However, I noticed this hangin there and had to pick it up. WOW! Plays so beautiful and it's incredibly light. Almost feels like a toy, but plays like a Fender. It's stunning to look at. The pictures do it no justice. The neck does not look like the cheap Squier maple necks, it looks like a Fender, with high gloss finish. I have had many folks be shocked this is a Squier. I love it, and currently play it more often than all my other guitars... This is an extremely versatile guitar that can play anything and play them all well (except for some Metal which I don't play). It's well worth the extra $$ to grab this over the Squier Modified Thinline. This thing nails the country sound with the bridge pickup, and the Petty/REM jangle pop sound as well. And with the neck pickup, sounds great for Hendrix, SRV, etc. It sounds great for Cream, BTO, Pearl Jam as well. It's not quite a 335/137 for Stranglehold or Bad to the Bone, but it definitely has that gritty, raunchy, mean howl to it.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
    Was this review helpful?
Questions about the Classic Vibe Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar (584390)

PO Box 4769
Westlake Village, CA 91359
Order #: (if applicable)  * Denotes Required Field
*First Name:
*Last Name:
Click to add file attachment
File Upload 5mb limit