From Telecasters and Jazzmasters to Strats and Jaguars, Squier has taken familiar Fender designs that have helped shape popular music and put their own unique spin on each model. The result? A killer lineup of guitars and basses that will not only make you stand out from the pack, but are also very affordable. Whether you're a veteran player on a budget or just took up the instrument yesterday, the Squier Vintage Modified series is perfect for anyone who wants to showcase their one-of-a-kind tastes while paying tribute to Fender's historical legacy.
As you browse the axes within this section, you'll be stunned by the great deal of imagination and craftsmanship that goes into each Squier Vintage Modified instrument - especially when you consider how generous their price tags are. For proof, turn your attention to the Vintage Modified Mustang Electric Guitar. Featuring a distinctive 24" scale, dual pickup switches and floating bridge with a dynamic vibrato tailpiece, this compact beauty is Squier's first-ever Mustang guitar, and the outcome is remarkable. Equipped with full-sounding Duncan Designed pickups, this killer axe is a powerhouse when cranked to 10.
Now if the bass is your instrument of choice, check out the Vintage Modified Precision Bass PJ. Boasting a Fender-designed split single-coil Precision Bass middle pickup and a growling single-coil Jazz Bass bridge pickup, what you have here is a bass that combines the best aspects of Fender's two famous bass models. Powerful and versatile, the Precision Bass PJ is also very easy to play thanks to its maple neck with "modern C" profile, 9.5"-radius rosewood fingerboard and 20 medium-jumbo frets. It also comes in your choice of Candy Apple Red, Lake Placid Blue or 3-tone Sunburst.
Innovative twists on classic designs - that's what the Squier Vintage Modified series is all about. When you get right down to it, Squier's Vintage Modified line is proof that the price you pay for an instrument has nothing to do with the passion and creativity that goes into its construction. Simply put, Squier wants musicians of all skill levels to enjoy their musical experience from the get-go, and their Vintage Modified guitars and basses make that obvious.