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Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar

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Built on the Fender® '69 Telecaster platform, the semi-hollow Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline features a rosewood fingerboard, Duncan Des...Click To Read More About This Product

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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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FEATURES
  • 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

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SquierVintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar
 
4.7

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Squire Surprise!

I have flexible criteria when buying a guitar. For example, I had an old acoustic, cheap Alvarez whose action was best described like "grand canyon," but emitted a rich,...Read complete review

I have flexible criteria when buying a guitar. For example, I had an old acoustic, cheap Alvarez whose action was best described like "grand canyon," but emitted a rich, balanced tone like no other. I've had an original Steinberger with active EMGs. I loved the action and playability, but the tone was just a tad lifeless. I can fall in love with aspects of certain guitars and overlook some of the shortcomings.SO...I've avoided Squier because they are Squiers. Never, ever, ever have I considered one. When I went to the local store, they had two of these hanging on the wall. I commented to the sales dude that the guitarist of the first band that I was in back in '90 had a Thinline reissue and that I always loved the tone. He grabbed one and said that this one was new from the box and just got set up. He said (and I was taking in with a grain of salt) that these were some of the best guitars that Squier had ever released - the craftsmanship was actually very good.I tried it in a Champ, a Frontman, and a Deluxe - and barring the character of tube vs solid state, this guitar sang. Really. The tone was smooth, clear, and glassy. It carried a bit of a twang, but not ear bleedingly so. Perhaps a little more "modern" sounding. As far as the finish, setup not withstanding as guitars tend to buzz when faced with seasonal changes, etc., this is one of three guitars that I have been completely happy with the fit of the neck and body, and the feel of the frets. I really like the sound of the pickups. Generally, I buy pickups when I buy the guitar...but not this time.If you have a chance to get one of these rare, inexpensive gems, DO IT before they are gone!The music that I make now varies between ambient and electronic...think pink floyd/radiohead/xtc/the orb...

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Solid Guitar, Solid Value

I would recommend this guitar to anyone. It is basically a mellow sounding telecaster because of the semi-hollowbody. I would definitely buy one again if it was stolen.
This is a really great...Read complete review

I would recommend this guitar to anyone. It is basically a mellow sounding telecaster because of the semi-hollowbody. I would definitely buy one again if it was stolen.
This is a really great guitar for a beginner or an intermediate player. Pickup-wise and control-wise it is setup just like a regular tele. But that makes it really simple, yet effective.
I didnt give it a perfect score because of two things: the tuners go out of tune fairly easily and the neck is un-finished(or at least satin finish) and i am a glossy neck kind of guy.
For this price, it can get such a broad range of sounds. I think this is a really good value guitar. I can get everything for jazz sounds to metal out of it.

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(11 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

HUGE TONE IN LIGHT WEIGHT BODY

By Teleman-Freak

from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

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Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

I m one of those who doesnt care about guitars brand-price to get a great tone. All guitars is made of same materials, maybe the diference is in manufacturing human supervision, electronics, wood, etc. But if you upgrade a squier with better pickups and electronics it could sound so great as a MIA. I preffer get a high priced tone in a low cost guitar, so my pocket doesnt get broke. I have 3 solid body teles, and I bought this squier because I always wanted to have a thinline hollow body. The stock pickups sound great, but they will suit your tonal taste if you are a short hair rocker, or if wear cowboy boots and hat, yeeha!. I prefer a hotter tone, so I installed a Dimarzio tonezone lead and a Fender custom shop neck.You d be afraid of thinlines light weight, but the tone you get is huge, heavy weight tone. The trebbles cuts a razor edge but doesnt sound skinny, the bass sounds fat as a cow butt, but not too muddy; I think this guitar brings out the best tone a Tele could deliver. The small frets make easier the playing, maybe someone how plays with jumbo frets would feel unconfortable with this, but I like it! The low weight is friendly with my shoulder and the small frets is friendly with my hands.This is great sounding guitar, easy to play and offer a diferent tele tone compared to solid body teles, Buy it! you wont regret!

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Squire Surprise!

By revel8or

from Hamiltucky, OH

Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

I have flexible criteria when buying a guitar. For example, I had an old acoustic, cheap Alvarez whose action was best described like "grand canyon," but emitted a rich, balanced tone like no other. I've had an original Steinberger with active EMGs. I loved the action and playability, but the tone was just a tad lifeless. I can fall in love with aspects of certain guitars and overlook some of the shortcomings.SO...I've avoided Squier because they are Squiers. Never, ever, ever have I considered one. When I went to the local store, they had two of these hanging on the wall. I commented to the sales dude that the guitarist of the first band that I was in back in '90 had a Thinline reissue and that I always loved the tone. He grabbed one and said that this one was new from the box and just got set up. He said (and I was taking in with a grain of salt) that these were some of the best guitars that Squier had ever released - the craftsmanship was actually very good.I tried it in a Champ, a Frontman, and a Deluxe - and barring the character of tube vs solid state, this guitar sang. Really. The tone was smooth, clear, and glassy. It carried a bit of a twang, but not ear bleedingly so. Perhaps a little more "modern" sounding. As far as the finish, setup not withstanding as guitars tend to buzz when faced with seasonal changes, etc., this is one of three guitars that I have been completely happy with the fit of the neck and body, and the feel of the frets. I really like the sound of the pickups. Generally, I buy pickups when I buy the guitar...but not this time.If you have a chance to get one of these rare, inexpensive gems, DO IT before they are gone!The music that I make now varies between ambient and electronic...think pink floyd/radiohead/xtc/the orb...

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Instrument at a great price!

By jdmusicinc

from Mississippi

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Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good sounding pickups
  • Good Tone
  • Great feeling neck
  • Lightweight body
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording
    • Small Venues

    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    This guitar out of the box was in great shape. Beautiful color and great feel. The action was a little high for my taste, but with a little adjustment it feels great. The tuners are decent, but I will eventually upgrade them to some schalers as usual. I am mainly a tele player and it plays just as good as some of my mim teles and almost as good as my usa made teles. Overall this is a great working instrument and at such a low price.

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Affordable quality thinline with killer tone

    By backwaterj

    from Concord, CA

    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    Let's cut to the chase: I. Heart. This. Guitar!First, the negative (which is very minor). Shoreline Gold is more of a steely bronze (which I find is actually very cool). Tone knob was set crooked (no big deal; had to remove 'em to skin the pickguard). And yes, as with any new guitar this will need to be set up. I use 12s so that was a given anyway. Having said that, buy this guitar! You won't be sorry. The satin-finish neck is thin and fast, plays like butter once you drop the action, with all the snap you expect from a Tele. The Duncan Designed pickups are basically Seymour's vintage line sonically speaking, and combined with the roundness of the semihollow body and the slight warmth of a rosewood fretboard create an astonishingly intense sound good for much more than jangle-pop. Stick this baby through a redknob Dual Showman and 4-10s, turn it up to 11 and soak in the gritty goodness. Retains its clarity when distorted better than any of my other guitars. The look is awesome and in my opinion the single coils balance the warmth of the thinline body a lot better than the humbuckers traditionally offered in the Fender models. Bridge is raw tele bite, neck is sweet candy, both...don't get me started! Worth its price easily three times over, maybe four. Prepare to forget everything you thought you knew about Squier!

    (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    This guitar

    By danb1a

    from Makanda, IL.

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    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    As I said, I LOVE this guitar. It is light, sounds great and for the money you cannot beat it. People can't believe it's a Squier. And the color is very nice. You will not be disappointed.
    I LOVE this guitar, don't tell me it's a Squier!

    (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    2 Parts Twang, 1 Part Mellow Bang

    By electricdeuce

    from Austin

    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    Do you wanna sound like The Bryds but don't want to mess with a 12 string Rickenbacher? Then if so, buy this guitar. Also good for general pysch rock, country, garage, blues, surf, 1960's British Invasion, 1990's Cool Brittania, etc. This guitar provides a mellowed out Tele twang and is very versatile. My friends that do not know to view Squier as a budget brand look at it and think it is a much more classy guitar and my friends that play are surprised at the quality and sound.

    (4 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Solid Guitar, Solid Value

    By cmjandro

    from Marquette, MI

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    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    I would recommend this guitar to anyone. It is basically a mellow sounding telecaster because of the semi-hollowbody. I would definitely buy one again if it was stolen.
    This is a really great guitar for a beginner or an intermediate player. Pickup-wise and control-wise it is setup just like a regular tele. But that makes it really simple, yet effective.
    I didnt give it a perfect score because of two things: the tuners go out of tune fairly easily and the neck is un-finished(or at least satin finish) and i am a glossy neck kind of guy.
    For this price, it can get such a broad range of sounds. I think this is a really good value guitar. I can get everything for jazz sounds to metal out of it.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    A little like peanut butter

    By Tkirkt56

    from Baltimore

    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    Creamy and chunky. This guitar is a little like peanut butter, except you get both in the same package. Wow, was I blown away with this guitar. I?ve been cravin? a psuedo hollow body for some time. The clean is so creamy and smooth. No matter what kind of amp this Tele sounds so sweet and clean. When I saw the ?Duncan? designed pups I was super happy. I am a turbo Duncan fan but was a bit afraid the guitar would not get that easy feelin? clean. I could not have been more wrong.Now to the chunky. I really didn?t buy this guitar for that ?in the trenches? hard rock chunk but got it anyway. The pots are uncharacteristically (for Squire) sensitive. Combined with the Duncan bridge pup and a little fooling around with gain and you can get some mighty pleasing growl. If you want to buy this to get a sound ?just like this? or ?just like that?, don?t buy it. But if you want a truly original sound that allows the player to dial in that ?just right? sound and feel, wait no longer. Squire really got it right with this one.Did I tell you that it?s also a Looker? I think I am like most folks who try to find something wrong cause it?s not multi thousand name. I end up liking it even more not finding anything to rag out on this Telecaster. Looks, sounds, and options. What else could you possibly want?

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    This guitar brings a new Rep for squier guitars

    By TheRoz-Man

    from Michigan

    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    I have always been very skeptical about squier guitars. I have played them in the past at local shops. And The Fenders were always a landslide away from the squiers. Squier guitars were always slow, and really noisy. Just really cheap. However I saw this guitar hangin on the wall next to a standard fender tele. I gave it a whirl, and I was completely blown away at how clean this guitar sounds. They upgraded everything from the duncan designed pickups to a tougher more stable tuner head. This easily competes with any fender Tele, Even Strat as far as tone and playability. You cannot find a better guitar for the price. Needles to say I left the music store with this guitar.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Better than the Fender

    By jmaynard

    from Las Vegas, NV

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    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    Bought this guitar expecting to have to get a new neck and pickups for it. I was mistaken. All I had to do was take it out of the box and tune it up. It sounds awesome through almost any gain setting and give a very sound when effects are used. I recently played the fender reissue and an original '69 and this spanks both of them. I got the gold one and it is a looker. The Les Paul scale makes the action fantstic. If you are thinking of getting a Telecaster, get over your squierphobia and buy this!

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    A great tele, recommend you buy

    By Bluedaddy I

    from Athens, WV

    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    Stunning Shoreline Gold finish is perfect, even inside f-hole. I own several Teles incl. an original'68 Thinline. This axe holds its own with any of them. Plenty of clean treble, balanced tons. Smooth fret edges, neck nicely rounded on edge like an old friend. I prefer a varnished neck but this bare-wood type is super-smooth. Killer looks and playability. A must-have bargain!

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Very surprised

    By Jerolin

    from Texarkana, TX

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    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    Let me start off by saying that I own a MIM Fender telecaster, and I love the sound of this Tele far more than I do my MIM. The MIM is a very solid instrument (no pun intended), but the sound of this one is just amazing. I think it has to do with the semi-hollow construction.The lower weight is one obvious advantage. Standard Telecasters are (or at least mine is) ridiculously heavy, and the semi-hollow body is a good way to counter this. It also adds some very interesting sounds-This is pretty much the ultimate blues guitar. I've played 335 models, les pauls, and everything in between and I've never found anything as well equipped for the blues as this one. The pick-ups are great as well, they have a great sound and I did not detect the slightest buzz. I'm probably going to replace them with Lindy Fralin hybrid blues pickups, but there's absolutely nothing wrong with the stock ones, I'm just primarily a blues guitarist and love the sound of the Fralins.The only complaint I have with this guitar is the neck. I love the shorter Gibson style, but it seems a bit thin. The fretwork is quite nice though.It's just great.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Squier Vintage Modified Thinline Tele -

    By Jimmy Mac-s1kU4

    from El Paso, TX

    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    Fender has really outdone themselves once again with a Squier guitar. I have been playing for about 30 years, and never owned or wanted to own a Telecaster. I walked into a local music store and saw the "Vintage Modified Thinline Tele" hanging on the wall and decided to give it a try. I continue to be amazed every time I plug in. I suppose the " F Hole" has something to do with the sounds I'm getting, but this is one of the sweeetest guitars I have ever played. The guitar is constructed well, with a few improvements on the original from what I could see. Six saddles instead of three on the original Fender 69 thinline. A maple 22 fret neck with rosewood fretboard instead of one piece maple gives a softer tone. The pickups are Seymour Duncan " Designed" TE-101 Bridge and Neck models. This guitar sings with both pickups on. They appear to be wired as a humbucking in the middle position of the three way top hat selector switch. The rhythm pickup has plenty of guts but a little softer as it should be and the Bridge pickup is as loud and twangy as any tele I've heard either live or on record. I have been playing modified Strats and Ibanez RG's for the last 10 or 15 years and not been able to get the lead tones that I'm getting out this Thinline Tele. With a Shoreline Gold Fender finish, chrome knobs and hardware, the guitar is nice looking as well. For the money you can't get a better guitar anywhere if you are a lead player.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Jazz Guitar

    By ERod1944

    from Undisclosed

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    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    I purchased this guitar because it just "looked" like a guitar that could develop that "fat" jazz tone. It came with cheesey strings which were immediately escorted to my garbage can and replace with some Chrome-Flat 10 De'Adderios. I like it with the 10's but may go to 11's.After a little height adjustment and some tonal adjustment on my amp, the guitar is just great. It does develop that "organic" jazz tone plus a little more. If you play it with the amp level up to develop a soft tone via soft picking, you have the option to dig into the strings a little and out pops a second more dynamic sort of bark tone. Not exactly a tele bark but very useful for dynamic playing and accents.I find myself thinking about this guitar during the day at work (is this sick or what?) and playing it a lot - 2-6hrs/day. I have zero buyers remorse and really like this squier . It's comfortable, nice tone on the neck PU, nice neck which seems thinner than on the Fender Thinline. No complaints. Really nice punchy octaves.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great product

    By Telyman

    from Gonzales, LA

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    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    I just bought this guitar in shoreline gold and find it to be astonishingly cool looking. It only took a minute to decide on it after test driving it. I have the MIM thinline single coil and a vintage stock 78 tele. I also A/B'd it against a humbuck thinline at the store. All of the guitars just mentioned have their own unique vibe and I love em all. This modified thinline is the snappiest and of the bunch and plays like butter. It's the best deal I've gotten on a guitar and holds it's own in all catagories. I gave it all fives because of the quality to cost ratio. Can't be beat. I have no intentions on changing the pickups or tuners or any other thing for that matter, everything suits me just fine. I've been playing it thru a 210 Deville and VOX 30vt. Sweet.

    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Never knew Squier could be this good!

    By Squier Believer

    from California

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    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    I have always been a Fender snob, never thinking I'd own a Squier. After reading many reviews on the net I thought I'd give it a try. I can't believe what a great value this guitar is! Beautiful finish, set up perfectly and plays smoothly. You could upgrade the pick ups if you like, but they are as good as any MIM Fender. On that note, the frets are dressed better than my Fender MIM Duo Sonic. Very satisfied with my purchase!

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    G.A.S. Gear Accusation Syndrome

    By GT-smHPY

    from Hartford CT

    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    Well its official. I know own Both the Shoreline Gold and the Black. Honestly I loved the look of the Gold. But I bought the Black first. It was just so well constucted and sounded better than a HWY-1 I A.B'd it with. Came home and pulled the Tele apart with a String change being the reason. The VM Thinline is built solid with some very good parts. The DDs are Cloth insulated like real SD's and a Brass plate resides on the bottom of the bridge pup. Fender USA doesn't have that till the 52RI? The bridge is ALL STEEL and the pots and switch are full size and actually pretty good as are the TM's. And....the most AMAZING thing this Squier has the best fret job I've seen on a Squier to date. And they are consistant cause my Gold is almost as nice. My black is lighter at 6LBs. And the neck FEELS a little nicer TO-ME. But neck pockets , frets and everything else is Great on both. Great job Squier! one.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Keep an eye out for this one

    By Happydog

    from New Orleans, LA

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    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    This is a very good guitar at a good price. It's a much better quality than some Squiers can be and it has a good sound, reminiscent of a Fender Tele Thinline but with the added mellowness of a rosewood fretboard. The pots and switch feel a bit funky but those can be swapped out fairly easily. It's remarkably easy to play due to the 24.75 scale neck and vintage-style frets. The pickups are pretty nice. It does excel at clean or slightly distorted sounds. With excessive distortion it sounds very punky, but will not satisfy metalheads due to its tendency toward feedback (inevitable due to semihollow construction). However, if you are in the market for a good, lightweight Tele that is strongly reminiscent of vintage models, and you don't have a lot of money, you could not go wrong with this. I find it a versatile and toneful guitar and well worth the money for Tele enthusiasts.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Sweet Little tele GREAT DEAL !!!

    By BlueWilly

    from Cincinnati

    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    This is a VERY nice guitar, I don't think one could do better as far as value. I love the shorter scale, makes bending so easy and also makes the guitar easier to chord (IMO). Rosewoodfingerboard is very good quality....it is as nice as I've seen on guitars costing much more. I was pleasantly surprised, I may have gotten lucky butman I tell you the fingerboard on this thing is as good or better than ANY "telecaster" period. Neck has a smooth satin finish, very important to me, makes playing comfortabe, fluid and a pleasure. I hate glossy necks with their thick, sticky feel. You have to "fight" with it but with this neck my hand is able to flow easily. Neck is also solid, straight and of good quality maple. I do wish it was a bit thicker and beefier, I like a fatter neck but that is the only thing I can whine about, it's just my perference but I am adjusting.Pickups {Duncan designed} are fine, much better than I expected, bridge p/u is not at all shrill or harsh sounding as are a lot of cheaper single coils, it has enough bite for blues and rock solos and does it with class, also good for country. Neck pickup is truly SMOOTH and mellow. Unless youare looking for noisless p/u s for recording or are just are the type of player that has to have this or that brand of pickup I would (and have) left in the very nice stock pickups. Tone and volume pots are decent, again if a cat wanted to upgrade them, go for it but the stock electronics are more than passable. I'e had the guitar for a little over 3 mos. now and I like it more every day. I'd have to say this has been the best gear purchase i've ever made as far as satisfaction, feeling I got a product that does what it says it will do and more.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Decent little guitar

    By Countryside

    from Texas

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    Comments about Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:

    If you're not expecting a full-blown Fender you will not be disappointed. For the price, it's a decent guitar. When it arrived, not having an electric guitar amp to check it out, I hooked it up to a keyboard/PA type amp. As expected on this type amp, the tone was somewhat flat...but I was expecting that. It did function as it should, and for a low cost Tele it was fairly quiet, which was nice. Even on this type amp I was able to fiddle with EQ and tone to get a fairly nice sound. The Fender tone is definitely there. Not a heavy guitar. Nice to hold and play.

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