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Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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Chiming, jangle-pop tone with vintage vibe, value and versatility.

Built on the Fender® '69 Telecaster platform, the semi-hollow Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline features a rosewood fingerboard, Duncan Designed„¢ Telecaster pickups, chrome knurled knobs, a parchment pickguard, vintage six-saddle bridge and three-way switching. The distinctive f-hole design and semi-acoustic construction come together for a unique, jangle-pop vibe at an amazing price. This guitar also has a vintage 6-saddle bridge, allowing for more control over intonation. From The Byrds to early R.E.M. to now, America loves jangle pop, and this is the perfect guitar for this, power pop or any style. The shorter 24-3/4" scale length makes note bending easier.

Vintage Modified! Players from beginner to intermediate and beyond have done it for years”whether installing hotter pickups, alternate pickguards, or just plain personalizing their instruments with fancy paint jobs, modified means adding new twists to a familiar design. Squier's Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline guitar features a semi-hollow body with a distinctive f-hole and classic Tele® tone from two Duncan Designed„¢ Telecaster pickups.

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  • Category: Semi-Hollow Electric
  • Body: Alder (polyurethane finish)
  • Neck: Maple, C-shaped (glass polyurethane finish)
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
  • Scale: Length 24-3/4"
  • Width At Nut: 1.650 (42 Mm)
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Machine Heads: Die-Cast
  • Bridge: Vintage Six-Saddle String-Through Body
  • Pickguard: 3-ply parchment
  • Pickups: Duncan Designed„¢ TE-101 (Neck And Bridge)
  • Pickup Switching: Three-Way Switching
  • Position 1”Bridge Pickup
  • Position 2”Middle Pickup
  • Position 3”Neck Pickup
  • Controls: One Volume, One Tone
  • Strings 9-42
  • Unique Features: Semi-Acoustic Construction, Distinctive F-Hole Design, Top-hat blade switch tip, 24-3/4" scale length

You're going to love this guitar and the price - order today!

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SquierVintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar

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Sqiuer Thinline


from MS

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

I've had this guitar for about 1 and ahalf and it's awesome. Very light weight and has a nice feel. The action is a little too low and the finish isn't the greatest, but for the price it's great. The pickups are really nice, and clean sounding. Overall I'd give it a 8/10.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Great Guitar.


from WA

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

I had this guitar for over a year, and i love it. I got it in black and it is awesome. The action and finish are outstanding and this sound is great for anything. The pickups have a clear and bright sound, and the semi-hollow sound is great as well. I pefer this over the fender, and for the price, it is pefect.

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Modified, Evolved...


from Oakland, CA.

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

This is an amazing price for such a well-made instrument. It used to be hard to find these semi-hollow Teles, but here is one that sounds just like the vintage ones. Beautiful tone, hot pickups (but not screaming), light weight and a lovely look make for one sweet package. The neck on mine is excellent and the intonation and hardware perfect. This guitar is much lighter than a standard Tele, but it sustains nicely, even without any 'help' from stomp boxes. The string-through-the-body design helps there... Get one and enjoy some jangle-with-power. Plus, I have the gold one, and it's much nicer looking then the picture here, which makes it look a little dull. It's pretty shiny, actually...

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