Squier Vintage Modified 70's
I have always played Telecasters. I've only owned one American Standard Strat and lost it. But on a hunch I saw this Squier hanging on the wall and I picked it up, played it without plugging it in. I knew almost instantly this was it. I picked it up a couple of days later bought it and I was right. When I plugged it in , it was true love. I've payed as as much as $5000.00 for guitars before, but I got this for around 235.00 . I did some minor, and mean minor adjustments. You know setting the intonation,"it was off only by a few cents. Dialed in the whammy bar, again minor adjustment, now I can dive bomb like early Van Halen. It goes from country to straight up in your face Deep Purplish rock with just the roll of the volume. I am a professional guitarist for over twenty eight years now, and all I can say to sum this up is way to go Indonesian Fenders!!!! This guitar is dead stock and it is every bit as good , or better than some of my most expensive guitars. This is truly a working musicians guitar. If you got a couple of hundred bucks, go get one now. I'll probably hot rod the pickups ,but I won't get rid o the stock ones. Truly a masterpiece , and a hell of a ton of fun to play. Don't change a thing, this guitar is everything I say it is. All I know is proof is in the pickin' try one for yourself, and you too will be a beliver as well.