#2
Well it's coming with a hard case, and I've heard that 80's squires are actualy pretty good, not only that but it's had some time to age a little, but then again he did say he doesn't play it so perhaps it hasn't aged as well as it could have....but still, all things concidered it doesn't sound like a horrible deal.
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#3
I say don't get it, there's too little information.
But who knows, the tuners could be upgraded, the nut could be bone, the pickups could be bareknuckles, or whatever.
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#4
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I say don't get it, there's too little information.
But who knows, the tuners could be upgraded, the nut could be bone, the pickups could be bareknuckles, or whatever.


The ad says all original, but like I said 80's squiers are supposed to be good, so it could very well have decent components.
#5
80's squiers are around the quality of MIM fenders of today
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#6
80's squiers are made in japan, uses decent stuff.

Early 80's stuff can be extremely expensive.



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#10
80s Squiers are MIJ and higher quality than modern MIM Standards, they probably equal HW1s in quality.
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#11
the funny thing is that the 80's squier basses were a lot better than the american ones. i don't know about the guitars though.