#1
Squier???

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Squier-Vintage-Modified-Stratocaster-SSS-Electric-Guitar?sku=512572

Just that White combo and that cherry burst made me wanna do dirty things.
Does this make me a bad person? Honestly though, what do you think of it?
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- Ovation Acoustic
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#4
I forgot to look at the specs more...
Guitars
- Schecter Tempest
- Epi LP Custom
- Ovation Acoustic
- BC Rich Dagger
Quote by suprfly

Amps & Effects
- B-52 AT-100
- Girlfriend (doubles as a Tube Screamer)
- Steve Vai Bad horsie 2

Quote by MightyAl
This strength is built and maintained by masturbation.
#6
It's not really that hard to make a mid-range/higher-range squire sound decent. If you think it looks good, get some decent pickups and go for it.
#7
i like that cherry burst but looks better with a maple fretboard. vintage modified and classic vibe series squiers are not that bad.
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#8
Looks nice, but i would get it in fender xD
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#9
If you do a tad bit modding, it'll sound like a Fender, for half the price, hypothetically.

And look decent at the same ttime.
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#11
My main guitar recently seems to have become my old Squier Standard Telecaster. I love that thing. I only rediscovered it because i wanted to get a tele tone for a recording, and i noticed the output jack was loose... so i tightened it. Then for some reason i just haven't been able to put that guitar down!

Squiers are underrated due to the bandwagons.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.