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Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar

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The Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s is an electric guitar with a look to die for and plenty of '50s 'blackguard' Tele vibe. The Vintage Blonde or Butterscotch Blonde over pine body totally resonat... Click To Read More About This Product

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Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
  • Includes 45-Day, No-Hassle Returns
  • Includes full manufacturer's warranty
Gear returned in mint condition. If you're looking for a virtually new instrument in possibly less-than-perfect packaging, this is a great value.
  • Includes 45-Day, No-Hassle Returns
  • Includes full manufacturer's warranty
Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
  • Includes 45-Day, No-Hassle Returns
  • Includes full manufacturer's warranty
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The Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s is an electric guitar with a look to die for and plenty of '50s 'blackguard' Tele vibe. The Vintage Blonde or Butterscotch Blonde over pine body totally resonates and you'll be hard-pressed to tell whether or not you are holding a premium ash body guitar. Of course pine is not a foreign wood to guitar making or to Fender history for that matter. Early single and dual pickup Esquire guitars were made with pine bodies.

Featuring a 21-fret vintage tint gloss maple neck with the modern playability of a 9-1/2" radius and medium jumbo frets, and outfitted with a custom set of Alnico 5 single-coil pickups on the Butterscotch Blonde model and Alnico III on the Vintage Blonde, this Squier Tele has tone that can really hang with the big boys. You get clear note separation even in distorted modes and dynamic response with a strong midrange and high end bite for leads.

Classic Vibe
Back in 1982, the very first Squier by Fender guitars and basses came ringing out of Asia. Known for their excellent vintage-quality look, feel, sound, and construction, those early Squier instruments and their Fender-branded counterparts are now highly sought-after collector's items revered by guitar enthusiasts as models of "getting it right" while aiming at value-conscious players. The Squier Classic Vibe Series reflects that simultaneous commitment to excellence, value, and vibe. Mirroring classic Fender designs, the Classic Vibe offering is not intended to be era or vintage correct-but rather imparting the vibe of a classic Fender design. Each with distinctive feature set combinations-all adding up to one classic-looking instrument.

FEATURES

  • Resonant pine body just like the early Equires
  • 1-Piece maple, modern "C" shape neck with maple fingerboard
  • Custom Telecaster pickups
  • Chrome hardware including vintage-style tuning machines
  • Vintage-style Tele bridge plate w/brass barrel saddles
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Body: Pine
  • Finish: Polyester
  • Neck: 1-Piece Maple, Modern "C" Shape
  • Fingerboard: Maple, 9-1/2" (241mm)
  • Frets: 21, medium-jumbo
  • Scale Length: 25-1/2" (648mm)
  • Nut Width: 1.65" (42mm)
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Tuning Keys: Vintage-style tuning machines
  • Bridge: Vintage-style Tele bridge plate w/brass barrel saddles
  • Pickguard: 1-ply black
  • Neck pickup: Custom Telecaster pickup (Alnico 5 on Butterscotch Blonde/Alnico III on Vintage Blonde)
  • Bridge pickup: Custom Telecaster pickup (Alnico 5 on Butterscotch Blonde/Alnico III on Vintage Blonde)
  • Pickup switching: 3-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup
  • Controls: Volume, Tone
  • Strings: (.009-.042) Nickel-plated steel
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SquierClassic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar
 
4.7

(based on 57 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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93%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun to play (14)
  • Good feel (14)
  • Good tone (12)
  • Good pick up (10)
  • Solid electronics (9)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Jamming (11)
  • Practicing (11)
  • Recording (6)
  • Small venues (6)
  • Rock concerts (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (10), Novice (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

nice guitar

i have had this guitar for one year now and am pleased with it's preformence. this guitar is extremely durable and can take a lot of damage. the strings stay in tune most of...Read complete review

i have had this guitar for one year now and am pleased with it's preformence. this guitar is extremely durable and can take a lot of damage. the strings stay in tune most of the time unless u leave in the heat for a while like most guitars. while this is not the best guitar ive ever play it is certaintly my favorite. for such a low price it has a very nice classic look and is an all around good guitar. it has a few kinks like the knobs are a little delicate and while its not an american fender it plays like one. i would give this guitar a 4.7 out of 5

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You Get What You Pay For

Honestly, owning this guitar for about a year, it is a decent axe. However, being a Squier, things are still pretty cheap about it...neck construction, wiring, input jack constantly...Read complete review

Honestly, owning this guitar for about a year, it is a decent axe. However, being a Squier, things are still pretty cheap about it...neck construction, wiring, input jack constantly coming loose,pickups, cheaper tuning keys, etc... You CAN get a range of tones out of this guitar, it's just not built to last like an actual Fender. To me, this is a nice bedroom/practice/backup guitar. If you are a gigging musician and are really concerned with tone, quality, hold up on the road, and feedback/fuzz noise resistance, I would NOT play with this thing live nor trust it to hold up on a tour. It's just made too cheap

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(38 of 39 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

nice guitar

By GabeNMN

from chandler, arizona

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

i have had this guitar for one year now and am pleased with it's preformence. this guitar is extremely durable and can take a lot of damage. the strings stay in tune most of the time unless u leave in the heat for a while like most guitars. while this is not the best guitar ive ever play it is certaintly my favorite. for such a low price it has a very nice classic look and is an all around good guitar. it has a few kinks like the knobs are a little delicate and while its not an american fender it plays like one. i would give this guitar a 4.7 out of 5

(23 of 24 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

best twang for for the buck

By Dave

from United States

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

I don't normally write reviews, but the Classic Vibe 50's tele deserves recognition as best twang for the buck in the industry. Fit and finish are superb, and you could gig with it right out of the box! I'm a nut about set up, and this guitar comes set to near perfection. The vintage Alnico 3 pickups are sugar sweet, and well balanced. If the 50's thing starts your motor, this thing will get you where you wanna go.

(20 of 21 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best $300 i ever spent

By IIG

from Salt Lake

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

I started with the cheapest Tele and played my way up,almost three hours later there is no doubt this guitar is worth every penny.The neck is smooth and thick and the fret work on the edges of the neck is as clean as the most expensive American made tele.The tinted gloss finish on the neck is fantastic and the finish on the body is top notch as well.The strings are low but not too low plays very fast.Love the brass saddles and the vintage tuners stays in tune so far and i like to bend them strings.The pickups have great tone and if there was one thing i noticed is the hire end Teles seem to be a little hotter or have a little bit more juice nothing a little volume adjustment on the amp cant fix.This guitar is solid from top to bottom and i would recommend it to anyone.Even though this is a foreign made guitar the quality is unbelievable.Reviews are good info but always try it yourself before purchasing.Good luck...

(18 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Leo's Heritage

By Eduardo Gatti

from Santiago-Chile

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

Since 1968 I've been a professional musician and have recorded for EMI,RCA,etc. I've had tons of good brand guitars so I believe I know a little bit. Recently my son bought a Custom Shop Strat from Fender and I was amazed by it's quality. Today I went to the Fender dealer here in Santiago and tried one of these Squier Classic Vibe Teles and was truly surprised by it̴��s craftmanship ... well it was like some kind of Custom Shop Squier. Although made in China I had to recognize chinese people have 5000 years of fine motricity on their backs and americans about 250 years of freedom. The guitar was too perfect for the price. Thanks to Squier CEOs for being faithful to Leo's philosophy: Make it simple but well done.

(18 of 18 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Hard to find another guitar with so many positive reviews

By Roger Hausmann

from Johnson City, Tennessee

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

After reading all the positive reviews of the Squier Vintage Vibe Tele, I had to buy one. Never mind that I already own two American-made Teles, plus have built three of my own from parts. This lightweight plain-looking guitar is scary: Workmanship IMHO better than Mexican-made, with only the neck joint showing a tiny gap between body and neck, great pickups and heavenly chime and twang. Otherwise, the fit and finish plus the hardware are excellent. The pine body seems to make a huge difference in the sound, as it vibrates better than other woods and the neck is gorgeous. Unpacking the new guitar at the GC store, I could not find any flaw whatsoever, except a slightly high setup for the strings. The pick guard looks a little cheap, but that's really nitpicking an otherwise stunning player. Even though I have replacement pick guards riin my shop, I'll wait to replace that in the future, when I have nothing else to do. After playing this Tele for hours every night during the past week, I can safely say that owning this guitar -as it comes out of the box- is a no-brainer. This is a milestone in Tele history.

(17 of 18 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

50's still cookin'

By Dave DeBolt

from Hughesville Maryland

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

I have owned several Squires as well as Std. Fenders. The "playbility" of this baby is solid. Having arthritus and 2 carpal tunnel surgeries each hand, this thing plays like "butter." Holds up against anything I've played. Soon to purchase the same model in a Strat.

(11 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Don't be discourage by the Squier brand you will be amazed!

By Jairo

from Dallas

Site Member

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

Using some gift cards that I got from my birthday and taking advantage of one of those 15% discounts that come from time to time at guitar Center I decided to give this ax a chance due to the favorable reviews and the fact that I always liked the Tele's shape. I went for the butter scotch blond because I always have a thing for Blonds...... Anyway, this is the most iconic 50's Tele body made with pine (with lot's of layers of paint though). I prefer also maple than rosewood necks so this one fits the bill for my taste. Just out of the box I was amazed by the craftsmanship and how well manufactured this guitar is, that was my first impression it is just a beautiful thing. Neck very well balanced and smooth as butter, Dense, hard, and strong, fast playing, very bright sounding with great sustain. Action from factory a little bit high for my taste but easily adjustable. For the money spent most likely the best guitar for your buck. You will have to know that this guitar comes from factory already wired and ready in the case you want to change the pick ups, one of the reasons I bought this guitar. Don't get me wrong factory sound is more than acceptable (see the video in the reviews of this guitar). If you play jazz, country, rock & roll, blues and use the guitar as a rhythmic guitar or with no distortion this one is almost perfect. Not heavy at all for those old achy backs like mine, comfortable feel, capable tuners, brass hardware, simply beautiful. With that said when you add some distortion or a pedal for increased volume (specially using the bridge pick up lower selector) you get some of that static noise that often show up with plastic pick guards a very well documented problem that had plagued earlier Teles models. http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/Fighting_Feedback_in_a_Telecaster http://forums.fender.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=80759 When I bought this guitar I did it with the idea of changing the pick ups and pick guard so that was not a deal breaker for me. I will change the neck pick up for a SM1-N Seymour Duncan vintage mini humbucker for a more heavier bulky sound (not a big fan of the lipstick original neck pick up) and a fender single noiseless N3 bridge pick up. I will have to change the pick guard not a big deal either. I will do this in time so I won;t break the bank. I know it is a little bit more money but it is completely worth it. A guitar with these characteristics cost around $1.800 - $2.000. I will spend around $200 more for a great custom made ax. http://www.guitarcenter.com/Fender-Limited-Edition-American-Standard-HH-Rosewood-Fingerboard-Telecaster-Electric-Guitar-111021036-i4160669.gc Like I said if you want to play the guitar clean this is perfect. It will make an excellent rhythm guitar and a very capable ax good for some solos Santana type style but better suited for Country, blues, rock & roll, bossa nova, jazz, etc not as good for Metal or when heavy distortion is involved. Highly recommended, beautifully crafted and the best buck for your money. Like I said don't be discourage by the Squier brand this feels/sounds like any American Fender and with a little tweaking you will have a great custom made guitar.

(11 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Classic Vibe Tele

By Stratman

from Studio City

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

I recently traded a PRS Soap Bar ll for this Guitar.The Soap Bar, was practically given to me. Depending on the Tele that I dug the most i was either going to use the PRS as a down or trade out right. The Classic Vibe was the best! If they are still around you have to try one you will not be disappointed! It felt, and played good right out of the box. As one of the other reviewer stated if you don't mind Squire on the head stock, you will have the best Telecaster at the best price.

(10 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

great guitar

By JasonB

from milwaukee, WI

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

I own this guitar, and have for a little less than a year. I gotta say, I love it and have few complaints. The front pickup is warm and rich and is great for rhythm playing or electric folk. the back pickup has that classic tele sound and with a bit of distortion you can get some good rock sounds. my only problem is the jack output has just fallen out twice. not an expensive repair, but a bit annoying. I dunno if it happens to all the models or just mine, but its worth looking into. but overall a great guitar for the price.

(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Guitar

By Big Daddy

from Ft. Worth, TX

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

Buy this guitar. I have several Tele's that I play regularly and this one gets more time than any. I went in GC to buy an American Std and actually liked this one better. No kidding. I bought 51' No caster Pick ups assuming I would need to upgrade, but took them back because the pickups on this guitar really pop! I added locking tuners but honestly really didn't even need them. THis is one heck of a good guitar.

(9 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Plays great body to soft

By Old man with many guitars

from Longview, Texas

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

I purchased the guitar in July of '09 because I fell in love with it the moment it hit my hands. Even though I did not need another guitar to add to my collection but this was such a good deal for the money. I am rating this guitar with only 4 star's because the body can be dinged up with the guitar strap sizing buckle hardly hitting the body when putting it in the stand. The other day the sunlight hit it just right and I saw about 10 dings in the body. I take extreme caution with the treatment of all my guitars which this blew me away when the dings caught my eye. The strap causing the problem is a fender 2" strap with a metal sizing buckle. If you use the thin fender strap you should be ok. So I guess it has become a road worn classic vibe. I have to give Squier 5 stars for the remainder of the guitar its beautiful and plays fast sounds great. A lesson learned if you purchase this guitar just be careful with the strap.

(8 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

You Get What You Pay For

By zach schaar

from Columbus, OH

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

Honestly, owning this guitar for about a year, it is a decent axe. However, being a Squier, things are still pretty cheap about it...neck construction, wiring, input jack constantly coming loose,pickups, cheaper tuning keys, etc... You CAN get a range of tones out of this guitar, it's just not built to last like an actual Fender. To me, this is a nice bedroom/practice/backup guitar. If you are a gigging musician and are really concerned with tone, quality, hold up on the road, and feedback/fuzz noise resistance, I would NOT play with this thing live nor trust it to hold up on a tour. It's just made too cheap

(6 of 18 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great guitar

By child of the grave

from North caralina

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

ive had this guitar for about a year and all i can say is WOW!! i cant describe words for this thingy. i love this guitar. im switching the pickups though.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Just out of the box!

By John McDonald

from Los Angeles, CA

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

I just received my Classic Vibe 50s Tele today and here are my first impressions. First thing, I ordered my Vintage Blonde Tele without ever actually seeing one or playing one ever. After seeing all the videos and reading all the reviews, I figured it was as "can't miss" as you can get. I noticed the prices rising as well, so I decided to act when I saw a "blemished" model for sale on the GC website. I was just a little concerned as to what the "blemish" would be, but had to believe Guitar Center has a reputation to uphold and wouldn't sell a "damaged" as a "blemished". That is exactly the case! The blemish is a small crack/ding in the finish on the front of the guitar, down by the cable jack, where it looked like it smacked something. I found some very old and worn brass knobs in an old guitar case (that match the BRASS saddles), stuck them on and Presto!! Instant "road worn/Relic" looks! lol! People pay big money to have someone "relic" their guitars, why not save $50 bucks to have it already done? lol. Now I won't feel bad when I put some dings in it. Right out of the box, the first thing I noticed was the finish. WOW!!! The picture on the GC/Fender website do it no justice at all!! I wanted the Butterscotch Blonde only because the pictures made the Vintage Blonde look white. It is a thin,Vintage looking off-white that you actually see the wood grain through. A true classic finish. I am very happy and pleased with the look and color. It is not ugly gloss white! lol! A perfect Tele color. The finish on the neck is wonderful, too!! It is a dark, antique looking maple. Again, all the stock pics make the neck look like it is a fresh cut 2X4. It is antique-like tinted and very nice looking. Perfect! The gloss is amazing and not "sticky", but really smooth. A very high quality looking and feeling neck, I had to double check to see if the headstock really read "Squire". I guess the stigma of "Squire" meaning "cheapo" goes way back to the 80's and it should soon be forgotten if my Tele is any indication of the company direction. Remember when Hyundais were the joke of the auto world? Yeah, something similar is going on at Squire. This guitar looks great as a conversation piece. It is classic art(an antique Fender logo over the Squire logo and nobody would ever know this wasn't an original 50s Tele). I am just a little disappointed in the neck to body fit. Mine has a small gap at one edge of the neck/body joint. I wouldn't have paid any attention to this before because of the brand and price range, but EVERYONE else that wrote or posted reviews about their Classic Vibe Teles RAVED about the fact their neck/body joint fit was PERFECT! I now notice those reviews were all from 2009-2010, so maybe the tooling is getting worn...maybe a 4 1/2 star rating would be given just for this fact, but intonation and alignment appear to be great going by my old eyes and ears. I have no amp to plug into yet, but the sustain and ring of the strings without amplification is beautiful. I'm sure that will translate well to sustain and ring once I plug in. If you are a beginner and want a shred guitar to play fast licks, THIS IS NOT IT! lol! The action and neck are more 50s than modern! It is a breath of fresh air to not have to deal with locking tremolos and nuts (have you seen the bridge saddles on these!)but it will take some time getting reacquainted with old school action. This neck shape is very comfortable for my small hands, though. Overall, a very cool Retro/Vintage looking guitar that is a super value. The finish on the body and neck are outstanding and really give the impression of quality from days past. If you are looking for a low priced, but quality "beater" to just mess around with and "can't have nice things because...", you can't go wrong with saving some bucks with a Guitar Center "blemished" from my experience. The Squire Classic Vibe 50s Telecaster, a true "can't miss" guitar purchase. Well done, Squire!

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Astonished!

By William

from Alabama

Site Member

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

Getting this guitar at this price I was expecting it to be easily breakable for a Telecaster, also with a stingy sound. When I played it, it went above and beyond expectation. The sound really rings out louder and sounds much cleaner than what I would have expected for this Squier Telecaster. The only thing I have noticed wrong with it was that the nut holding in the input jack was quiet loose when bought but surely it's easily fixed. Following this, I would recommend buying new strings when first bought, and to constantly tighten the screws. In the end, it sounds great!

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome Axe

By Stymie

from Dallas, Texas

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

I just bought this guitar and WOW! The playability of this thing is unreal. The setup right out of the box is fantastic. I play alot of barre chords on this guitar and it's real easy. It has classic looks and a classic sound. Get one before Fender realizes the gem they have and raise the price!

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Guitar And Even Better Hot Rodded

By Kenny

from Browning IL

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

I did a review on this guitar without having it for very long. It developed a short in the bridge pickup or switch to the bridge pup and would cut in and out. I loved the fit and finish so well and the feel of the neck that I just couldn't turn loose of it. For the resonable price that it was I figured what the heck - I will hot rod it. I put a stamped steel Fender vintage bridge on it with a SD STK-T2 bridge pickup, changed out the pots for genuine 250K CTS pots, installed an am. std. 3-way Fender switch and an am. std. bwb pickguard and WOW! I thought it was a great guitar before but now it is THE BOMB! Yes it is a pine body which is softer would so you have to be careful with it. I now have a Classic Vibe Tele that plays just as good if not better than an Am. Std. Tele for way less money. BTW - I gave it a complete setup with James Burton Tele Specs. and man this thing almost plays itself.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Son's Favorite Guitar

By Gerald

from Hopkins Minnesota

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

What can I say. This is the only thing my son wanted for Christmas 2014. The reviews, Internet wide, are amazing for this guitar. 5 Stars in 99% of the reviews I read. (Videos on YouTube will show you what this Guitar is capable of.) Needless to say Guitar Center is the best. Ordered and paid for it online. Had it shipped to my local store (Edina Minnesota) and picked it up there. Opened it up in the store so the Guitar Center Repair Tech could check it out. He made some minor adjustments of the Truss Rod and declared the Guitar was perfect. I gave the Guitar to my Son as an early Christmas Present. It is his favorite present of all time and he is 34 years old. I am an acoustic guitar player. Had my own Band for a number of years. Without doubt I would order one of these for myself if I played Electric Guitar. Action is Butter Smooth and the sound is amazing. Buy one! Don't look back! You will never regret it !!!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

GET IT!

By Doug

from ATL, GA

About Me Novice

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to play
  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Tone

Cons

  • Absolutely None!

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing
  • Small Venues

Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

The Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster is very easy on the hands and has an EXCELLENT tone. I have an HSH Stratocaster and an Epiphone. This BY FAR exceeds them all. If you are planning to buy an Affinity Tele, Don't. Save a few more bucks and get the Classic Vibe!

I read all kinds of reviews before I bought it and they ain't lying. When these go out of production,and if you don't have one, you will miss out on a high quality instrument at a reasonable price (it's a steal).

I love my Butterscotch baby. GET IT!

Jam On

(3 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

needed help

By guitar brat

from carlisle pa

About Me Novice

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      Comments about Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster '50s Electric Guitar:

      own several strats and wanted a tele. bought it off the wall. looked nice. after getting it home discovered the volume knob too tight and frets not dressed. tone ok. returned it. associate said they never check the guitars. just out of the box and onto the wall. that is sad.

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