#1
I was looking at a squier duo sonic for a mustang. I haven't found any reviews so how is that?. And are there any Jaguar knockoffs around? Gracias!
#3
I look for some copies but no luck, most copys are from the 80s and cost more than a reissue

but get the sonic duo put in a mustang pickguard and a control plate and boom! lol maybe trow in some jaguar vintage pickus from SD and you have the best of the 2 worlds


Edited: aster a quick search i found out that the Sonic duo its more like a Cyclone than a mustang

Guitar : Fender CIJ Mustang and a Telecaster
Amp : 76 fender champ
Pedals : BBE green screamer, Big muff, Ibanez LU20 Pedal Tuner, boss loop pedal
Last edited by Nagashiro at Jul 6, 2008,
#4
Oh thanks dude. I was thinking about chaning the color on the sonic duo cause the original color looks like poo. How hard would it be?
#8
does anyone know how the duo sonic is? I've been looking at it, but haven't found ANY reviews
#9
Someone on here has one. I've heard good things about it. Just type in "Squier Classic Vibe" and search for titles only.
#12
those are sick. are they good guitars? i couldnt find them on musicians friend...
#13
I own a Jay Turser and I think it's great for the money (which is around $150, so it's not that great)
I recommend them.
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#14
Don't Mustangs have a short neck?
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#16
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squier jagmaster is a jaguar/jazzmaster knockoff
same as rhe duosonic for the mustang

no, the duo sonic is a duo sonic knockoff
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