#1
i've only heard about one. my friend has it. what is it? is it any good?
#2
It's an old model of Fender from the 60's. It was discontinued in the late 60's, but reissued in the 90's, the re-discontinued in the mid 90's. If your friend has one from the 60's, it's a collectors item and they're pretty rare. If he has a 90's one, it's less valuable, but still a pretty good value.

Fenders are good guitars once you get over about $700. The only thing is, everyone and their grandma has one (or, at least the stratocaster shape and look). They're so cliche. I would personally never own one.
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#3
he has one from the sixties but his grandfather sanded it down and got it re-oainted. major loss in value!
#4
i like how the guy with a marshall mg half-stack is saying certain equipment is cliche
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#5
Quote by Sam_Prillaman
i like how the guy with a marshall mg half-stack is saying certain equipment is cliche

+1

At least Strats are good
Originally Posted by evening_crow
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#6
Well, to be technical about it, it was from the late 50s. It was intended as a student model, a sort of Fender counterpart to the Les Paul Jr. or something. Still Fender quality, just more basic.

If you're interested, Squier's just announced a reissue of the Duo Sonic: http://www.squierguitars.com/products/search.php?partno=0303050589
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#7
Quote by Sam_Prillaman
i like how the guy with a marshall mg half-stack is saying certain equipment is cliche


I love you too. <3
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