Squier Black and Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar  

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Standard Tele features and a snazzed-up look.

The Squier Black & Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar has a look that gives you a little bit of edge and oozes class. A 2004 Special Edition, this handsome Tele features a gloss black finish with painted headcap, offset by chrome pickguard and hardware. Dark, dangerous, and flashy, it's rock-style all the way. Agathis body, rosewood fretboard on maple neck with dot inlays, and medium-jumbo frets.

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  • A 2004 special edition
  • Gloss black finish with painted headcap
  • Chrome pickguard and hardware
  • Agathis body
  • Rosewood fretboard with dot inlays and medium-jumbo frets
 
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SquierBlack and Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar
 
4.8

(based on 9 reviews)

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(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wow

Comments about Squier Black and Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar:

After not playing for a few years, I purchased this guitar from Music 123. One of my better decisions. I previously owned a Rickenbacker 620 and Epiphone Sheraton guitar. I am extremely delighted with the action and play of the Tele. This Squire model rivals my previously owned guitars. Paired up with my VOX amp, the sound is fantastic. Thanks Fender and 123.

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(20 of 58 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wow, awesome.

By Alan-uElcY

from Syracuse, NY

Comments about Squier Black and Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar:

I never really like Squiers but I ordered this from music 123 and it was amazing. The neck pick up has such a warm tone and the bridge a great more aggressive tone, I LOVE this guitar its much better then my other 5 (3 Les Pauls and an LTD). If I ever got this stolen or lost I'd get a new one ASAP. I LOVE it. Great guitar.

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(11 of 20 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

The amp makes a difference

By Jim K

from Florida

Comments about Squier Black and Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar:

I've had this guitar for 6 months now. I own way too many guitars for my skill level, including two vintage Guild's from the 60's. While not up to that level of sound and quality, this is a well made guitar with that Tele twang. Mine needle a set-up for proper intonation, hence the 4 stars instead of 5 (I'm picky about perfection) but I love the thin neck profile and the action is just fine for me.The biggest difference in my satisfaction with this guitar has been determined by which amp I play thru.My Guild Starfire has tone tone and more tone thru my small Vox amp, and still sweet thru my 65w, 1 - 12" Fender Princeton. The Squire sounds only OK thru the Vox, but really comes alive thru the Fender amp. Turn the Fender amp up, play around with the tone on amp and guitar and it's rockabilly, country, Jimmy Paige, Jeff Beck....whatever you want. The Fender/Fender Squire combination is one I would recommend if you want the most out of this axe. Maybe a Marshall or other high energy, high end amp would suit as well ( but if you can afford a high end amp, you'd probably buy a US Tele!!!) Overall, you can't go wrong with this guitar, especially for beginner to intermediate players.Heck, even you guitar Gods out there that only want something to beat around....BUY IT.Did I mention that the Black body and headstock/Mirror pickguard combination is TOTALLY outrageous?Did I mention that the Black/Mirror color scheme is TOTALLY outrageous?

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(112 of 141 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great guitar for the price

By plg5@hotmail.com

from new jersey

Comments about Squier Black and Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar:

I'm not really a Squier fan, that is until now. I wanted a traveling guitar so I could leave my others at home, but after getting this baby I had to rethink about traveling with it. I changed the pickups to noiseless pu's and now it plays just as good, if not better, than my other guitar's and I have a Gretsch, Ibanez (just to name a few) and this Tele ranks up there with them. I would highly recommend changing the pu's if you want a little more bottom, if not, you still can't go wrong with this guitar. It stay's in tune, the neck is fast and the guitar is just the right weight. I would think twice about a Squier, don't think it's not well made because it's a Squier. Well done Fender!

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(14 of 33 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

strong buy

By gp-FaLY1

from spring,tx

Comments about Squier Black and Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar:

Traded an old classical guitar and an old Peavey beginner guitar for this Squier made Tele and a little of the money for a Fender Frontman 25. Since the purchase, I've had a hard time putting down the guitar. Stayed in tune as well as any and I had 5 guitars. We had a long BBQ/Jam session and the Tele was cranked at all times. Sounds really good with the Fender amp. I would highly recommend Squier for the money.

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(26 of 53 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Value

Comments about Squier Black and Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar:

Great value, so much that I am going to buy the "black chrome Strat".Excellent neck, great tone.If you play it blind fold you would swear that it is an American made guitar.

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(31 of 54 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Rockn!

By Prdnme

from New Zealand

Comments about Squier Black and Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar:

I wanted to purchase a second guitar. My first was a Les Paul Studio. I wanted to branch off for a single coil tone, but I hated the stereotype of the Stratocaster. So I turned to the Tele. This one looks wicked and sounds brilliant for a Squier. Squier has gotten better with the stuff their churning out. The pickups are a bit noisy, but just replace them with noiseless ones. Great!

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(4 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Squier Tele Black Mirror

By jptrol

from France

Comments about Squier Black and Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar:

Absolutely great value for the price. Especially the pick ups. Despite the fact that they are not noiseless, they produce that sweet telecaster sound. The quality of the PUs is far above that of the standard Squier Tele.

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(59 of 96 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

radical!

By fender fanatic

from michigan

Comments about Squier Black and Chrome Special Edition Tele Electric Guitar:

This guitar blows my mind I just love the pu's on it. It's got a nice sound, great tone and a terrifically sweet body and the price is unimaginable. I have 31 guitars including a few teles and some strats but this guitar had the coolest sound of all of them I had a gig this weekend I got it up in cali and I played this guitar there. the humbuckers are outrageous theres no better guitar for the price the only thing I would complain about is the drive quality it's good, but not great

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