2014 marks the diamond jubilee of the Stratocaster, but you’ll strike pure gold when you get your hands on Squier’s 60th Anniversary Classic Vibe ’50s Stratocaster. The instrument celebrates six decad... Read More
2014 marks the diamond jubilee of the Stratocaster, but you’ll strike pure gold when you get your hands on Squier’s 60th Anniversary Classic Vibe ’50s Stratocaster. The instrument celebrates six decades of the world’s greatest electric guitar with a truly gilded model featuring an Aztec Gold gloss finish and gold hardware.
Other features include a maple neck with a comfortable “modern C” profile, 9.5”-radius maple fingerboard with 21 medium jumbo frets, three custom vintage-style single-coil Stratocaster pickups with five-way switching, three-ply parchment pickguard, vintage-style synchronized tremolo bridge with six saddles and vintage-style tuners. Case sold separately.
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A great entry level guitar. I was super amazed at the sound quality and ease of playing. Fender did good with this and to appreciate the look of the gold model, you need to see it in person. It really is special. My 16 year old son is in heaven playing it.
Just got this today after a friend recommended it for playability and it doesn't disappoint! I played a number of more expensive guitars before making the decision and I liked this one the best. Great value for the money. It had just arrived at the store and everyone was ooing and awing over it. It really is a beauty in person but the sound, playability, and price is the true selling point. It has a cool gold plate on the back that says 60th Anniversary Stratocaster.
This guitar is amazing. Much better than any other Squier model. Feels and sounds quite similar to a Fender MIJ. The vintage pickups are very good, as the fretwork and finish. Also, other feature that made me feel very satisfied is the very stable tremolo. It keeps in tune better than any mexican made Fender that I tried. You can check out the sound in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shNC5ezIfbI&list=UUEqZ_xOCgtu5HpEkaXI_Nog
Just played one of these yesterday through a Vox AC-15 at my local Guitar Center and I'll tell you what, sound-wise, playability-wise, quality-wise, and price-wise, it's a great guitar; plus, it looks so much better in person!
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