#1
Its a white 1996 squier strat,it sounds better than the fenders they had and it is very heavy.It also has a 22 fret neck and pyramid shaped tuners,but what was weird was no squier trem arms fit in the hole in the bridge,only a fender one.
What the hell is this thing?
#3
Sounds like a 50th anniversary Squier.
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#4
maybe it just has a fender tremolo and different tunners
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#5
Maybe its a a Fender body on a Squier neck or maybe they swapped out the hardware for Fender hardware.
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Sounds like a 50th anniversary Squier.


It probably is,it has a 50th anniversary sticker on the back of the headstock.
For $125 this thing was a steal,it sounds better than a MIN strat,has 22 frets and it was much cheaper.
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It probably is,it has a 50th anniversary sticker on the back of the headstock.
For $125 this thing was a steal,it sounds better than a MIN strat,has 22 frets and it was much cheaper.


Yeah. An old Clapton-Worshiping Englishman from my church has a 1985 Squier Strat that sounds just as good as my fender.
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Maybe its a a Fender body on a Squier neck or maybe they swapped out the hardware for Fender hardware.


Both of those are posibilities.

The neck plate as a spacer underneath it and there is a paint chip UNDER the neck,also I was doing divebombs and it wasnt coming out of tune.
#10
I have a mid 90s squier and I would say it beats new Mexi Strats easy...put a Kill Switch on it too :p
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#11
in the early-mid 90's squires were actually made in japan and they were actually a fairly good quality guitar
nice snag man!
#12
just wondering, how are the quality of the ones made today? mainly the standard, or deluxe series?
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just wondering, how are the quality of the ones made today? mainly the standard, or deluxe series?


My Squier strat blows anus. I never use it, it can't stay in tune at all, and the pickups suck pretty bad. It's a 2002 one I think.
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#15
I've got a 50th anniverary strat and it's absolutely spiffing...

stays in tune, plays well...was only about £100 too...
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It probably is,it has a 50th anniversary sticker on the back of the headstock.
For $125 this thing was a steal,it sounds better than a MIN strat,has 22 frets and it was much cheaper.

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nah...Made In Nepal
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#18
Nepal? thats odd.....never heard of a Nepalese guitar. As far as the quality of Squiers, i hear the vintage Modified Squiers are pretty good. They are made of something like Red Cedar, instead of Alder or Agathis like some of the other ones are. They also have Duncan Design pickups, much better than normal Squier pickups. Otherwise, they have a pretty bad reputation.
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Nepal? thats odd.....never heard of a Nepalese guitar.


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in the early-mid 90's squires were actually made in japan and they were actually a fairly good quality guitar
nice snag man!

Some. Squiers were made all over the bloody place. They've made them in China, Korea, Taiwan, the U.S., Mexico...some are good, some are tosh. I have a '91 Squier II that plays lovely, but is made from nasty-ass chipboard. *Shrug.