Squier Classic Vibe 70's Telecaster Deluxe Electric Guitar, Olympic WhiteSquier
The Classic Vibe 70's Telecaster Deluxe is a faithful nod to the 1970's evolution of the Tele, creating massive tone, courtesy of the dual Fender designed wde range humbucker pickups.
This is a player friendly guitar, which includes a slim and comfortable “C”-shaped neck profile with a 9.5” radius fingerboard and narrow tall frets, as well as a vintage style Telecaster bridge with a string through body design and individual steel saddles for precise adjustment.
This Squier model also features 1970's inspired headstock markings, nickel plated hardware and a slick vintage tinted gloss neck finish for a cool retro vibe.
Condition: No repairs were made to this guitar. The certified technicians checked all electronics, hardware and finish and no defects were found. The guitar is in mint condition and looks and plays fantastic. The action could easily be adjusted to fit the preference of any player. Neck is straight and the guitar plays great with this set-up! The back of the headstock is stamped "used" and original serial # has been replaced with a new one.
- Body shape: Single cutaway
- Body wood: Poplar
- Body finish: Gloss
- Orientation: Right handed
- Neck shape: C
- Neck wood: Maple
- Joint: Bolt-on
- Scale length: 25.5"
- Truss rod: Standard
- Neck finish: Tinted
- Fretboard: Maple
- Radius: 9.5"
- Fret size: Narrow tall
- Number of frets: 21
- Inlays: Dot
- Nut width: 1.65" (42 mm) Bone
- Pickups configuration: HH
- Neck: Fender Designed Wide Range Humbucking
- Bridge: Fender Designed Wide Range Humbucking
- Active or passive pickups: Passive
- Series or parallel: Parallel
- Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2
- Pickup switch: 3-way
- Bridge type: Fixed
- Bridge design: 6-saddle string through body
- Tuning machines: Vintage-style
- Color: Nickel
- Gigbag included
About our set-ups: We do our best to accurately describe the current set-up and playability of each guitar. However, due to temperature and humidity changes the guitar may experience while in transit, it's possible for the neck and body to slightly "adjust" along the way. After all, guitars are primarily wooden instruments that are highly susceptible to their environment. By the time you receive the guitar, un-box it and tune it up, you may find that it needs a slight adjustment to get it back to the set-up specs that we originally described in our listing. Please keep this in mind before purchasing.