#1
So the story first, I got an amazing deal on a Squier Classic Vibes Strat and some BKP Apaches about a month ago, all for £310. I thought the Squiers pickups were good but not as good as the BKPs plus im not a fan of the Aged Hardware on it or the Ultra Thick Pickguard!!

So heres what the standard Clasic Vibes Looks Like:


And heres what mine looks like now:





Ive put this guitar next to my friends American Standard and it actually doesnt look far off what his does visually. Im in the process of putting some audio online of the Classic Vibes Before and After so please excuse the crappy playing!!

And up next, another story, so my brother passed away a month ago and i wanted to honour him in my own way so i bought some Fender Texas Specials and decided to modd my tele out in his honour, i also wrote his name inside the guitar where the neck joins to the body. Its now the Ultimate Blues Guitar for me and will always be a fitting tribute to my Big Bro.

But enough talk heres some pics





And Finally A Family Shot:


Thanks For Looking Guys.
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Custom Fender Highway Tele Daphne Blue
Parker Nitefly M
Squier Classic Vibes Strat W/BKPs
Ibanez SZR720QM W/EMGs
#2
Sorry to hear 'bout ya bro

Nice looking tele and strat though!
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#3
Nice Tele, and I'm sorry to hear about your brother


Anyways, that's a really nice Squier have fun with it!
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#4
I'm sorry to hear about you brother, but hey, I bet he's really proud that you did that for him.


I like the stratocaster a lot aswell! I am actually really glad you put these pictures up aswell, because I have the classic player 50s stratocaster, and I really wanted to know what it looked like with white hardware. This picture helps a lot because my guitar looks very similar to the classic vibe.

Oyeah are the pickup covers and pickguard white or parchment?

Thanks.
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#6
very pretty
love the tele, sorry to hear about your brother
you have some nice looking guitars
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#7
That
is one really nice
carpet.

And nice collection.

Sorry to hear about your brother though.
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- Peavey Vypyr 30 Watt
#8
Hope your brother rests in peace!
Love what you've done with your Strat and Tele, look really great bud.
All the best!
#10
Also, what do you think of the Apaches?
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#11
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Also, what do you think of the Apaches?


cheers for your kind words, i love them they give a real good 50s strat sound, im going to be uploading some mp3s of them along with the one ive already uploaded stock.

but the bridge pickup does have a slightly hotter tone than that of a 50s strat
Guitars
Custom Les Paul
Custom ZW Bullseye
Brunswick BD200CE
Epiphone ZW Custom Camo
Custom Fender Highway Tele Daphne Blue
Parker Nitefly M
Squier Classic Vibes Strat W/BKPs
Ibanez SZR720QM W/EMGs
#13
Sorry about your brother.

Helluva collection though...

And I might need to get a squire :P
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#14
Jeez. your up to 9 guitars now nav. I forgot that you bought the Amber Epiphone.

Very nice guitar Collection you have, And that Classic Vibe Strat is Gorgeous and sounds fantastic through my Soldano. I urge anyone to try a Classic vibe, They are simply the best Squier out there at the moment.