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Squier Master Series Chambered Tele Electric Guitar
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This Master Series guitar is a chambered mahogany-body Tele equipped with a pair of Duncan Designed humbuckers. It can deliver solid and semi-hollow ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A versatile guitar for the versatile player.
This Master Series guitar is a chambered mahogany-body Tele equipped with a pair of Duncan Designed humbuckers. It can deliver solid and semi-hollow tones in a range that will cover it all--blues, rock, country, or jazz. Its mahogany body and set mahogany neck add richness and authority to its tone, while platinum hardware, white bar inlays, 24-3/4" scale add to its non-traditional Tele vibe.
- Set mahogany neck
- 24-3/4" scale
- Chambered mahogany body
- 2 Duncan Designed humbuckers
- 2 volume, 2 tone controls
- Adjustable bridge with stop tailpiece
- 3-way switching
- Platinum hardware
Reviewed by 12 customers
This guitar is soooo... awesome. To think I was about to buy an affinity series Tele. I think it is more like a Les Tele than a master series tele. A great alternative to an Epiphone Les Paul. This guitar is the king of Squiers.
This guitar has a beautiful look and voice. It stands out with its deep color and subtle finish and feels so pleasing with its mahogany neck and chambered body. It has a simple but sharp look. I'd rank this above some American fenders I've played and am definitely happy with buying this rich-toned eye-pleasing guitar.
Ordered two of these guitars and am pleased in the sound and light feel department. Not the greatest wood grain matching nor edge fretworking but with sandpaper, steel wool and polishing the end result is much pleasing. Duncan Designed pickups are way too good to replace with anything and make it pure tele vibed despite being humbuckers. Played dirty there is that Page heaviness. The pots are 500k and the work is done right. As with all thin necked mahogany makes you can pull the neck back and forth with ease. This is not a stout guitar. It is fragile and the satin finish is lackluster. It is quiet and well sounding. Sounds like a Telecaster without the quackiness. Crank the neck back so it will lift up a tad and lift up the tun-a-matic a lil' higher and play some gritty soulful stuff or some heavy classic stuff but for lowest action players who want speedy fingerworking of flying scales look onward because she will buzz out on you too low. If you are a guitar player that likes to play blues or rhythm styles and don't mind a place somewhere in between low and medium action then by all means get this guitar but not for looks or collectability but for sounds and tele vibes despite being a Les Paul on a Telecaster frame.
Never had intonation problems like some. I had plenty of room to adjust bridge. Great pick ups and neck. I call it a Tele-Gibson.
Well I picked this up at the local store, thinking that its just another Squier, whew, was I wrong! First I was amazed by its weight (i'm used to a Standard Tele), there was a little fret buzz, but thats no problem.The humbuckers were great, but didn't really have that Tele twang (no singles)Though this guitar easily compares to a Fender Standard Tele, with its Squier name (in my mind) it seems to bring it down several notches. It would be nice if they put some Genuine Seymours and not Duncan Designed HBs.
THis guitar is so right, sounds great, stays in tune for several days and it can sound mellow with low gain and harsh when the gain is up, the nicest thing about this guitar is the two humbuckers and the set neck, definitely buy it you won't regret
This guitar I bought from a garage sale and let me tell you it blows all other guitars away, for one the price is just unbeatable for performance and quality. If you're looking for your FINAL guitar look no further although the squier name has got people thinking twice. let me be the first to tell you.. when u start playin, you wont even know its a squier.
I have owned Gibsons, Fenders, Jacksons, etc.... and this guitar easily matches quality of them all, as a matter of fact, i would definitely pick this over an American Strat I had. Overall quality, sound, feel, action and tone rivals my all time favorite - a vintage '69 Gibson SG I once owned. Sounds great clean or all grunged out. The only improvement recommended - a Floyd Rose tremelo. Great guitar for a great price!
I just bought one of these guitars, and it has the nicest tone out of any guitar I've ever played. I'd even go as far as to say that this guitar, overall, is much nicer than most Fenders out there. The only thing about it that some players might not like is the width of the neck. It almost has the same feel as Jeff Beck's strat, but a whole lot lighter. This guitar sounds so clean and rings out so well without any gain...and when you turn the gain up...it has this awesome bite. You really can play this guitar with any kind of music.
Well I got this one as a gift. Looks good but certainly has a long way to go. The sound is a little "tinny". Being used to a scale length of 25.5 I do have adjustment problems. Fingers seem to get bunched up. The fret wires at the edges could be smoother. Buzzing and intonation problems. Would rate it as average.