Squier Vintage Modified 70s Stratocaster Maple Fingerboard

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    Whether you are a fan of the original 70s workhorse Fender guitars or prefer something a little more contemporary, the Squier Vintage Modified 70s Stratocaster Electric Guitar will satisfy all your needs. The modified 70s Stratocaster has a large headstock with vintage-tint gloss neck and black plastic parts that were typical of that era.

    Squier Vintage Modified 70s Stratocaster Electric Guitar Features

    • Dot position inlays on maple fingerboard
    • Gold and black Squier logo
    • Duncan Designed single-coil pickups
    • Vintage style tremolo
    • Engraved neck plate
    Fender packed a lot of other features into this vintage throw-back mod guitar including a basswood body, maple neck, 9.5 inch radius fingerboard with 21 medium jumbo frets and black dot or parchment inlays. Three Duncan Designed SC-101 single-coil pickups with black covers offer outstanding tone. Five-way pickup switch with tip, black numbered volume and tone control knobs, vintage-style synchronized tremolo bridge with vintage-style tremolo arm round off the features.

    Product Specifications
    Squier Vintage Modified 70s Stratocaster Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Body: Basswood
    • Body Shape: Stratocaster
    • Series: Vintage modified
    • Neck: Maple, C shape
    • Fingerboard: Maple
    • Fingerboard Radius: 9.5 inches, 24.1 centimeters
    • Frets: 21, Medium jumbo
    • Scale Length: 25.5 inches, 64.8 centimeters
    • Nut Width: 1.650 inches, 42 millimeters
    • Hardware: Chrome
    • Tuning Keys: Vintage style chrome tuners
    • Bridge: Vintage style synchronized tremolo
    • Pickguard: 3-Ply black/white/black
    • Pickups:
      • Duncan Designed SC-101 single-coil bridge pickup
      • Duncan Designed SC-101 single-coil middle pickup
      • Duncan Designed SC-101 single-coil neck pickup
    • Pickup Switching: 5-position blade:
    • Position 1: Bridge pickup
    • Position 2: Bridge and middle pickup
    • Position 3: Middle pickup
    • Position 4: Middle and neck pickup
    • Position 5: Neck pickup
    • Controls:
    • Master Volume
    • Tone 1: (Neck pickup)
    • Tone 2: (Middle pickup)
    • Strings: NPS, Gauges: .009, .011, .016, .024, .032, .042
    • Included Accessories: Wrenches: 1.5, 4 millimeters
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  480-596-7195 Warranty:  1 Year
    Bill T
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    Super nice guitar
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    Woo.... This 300 dollar guitar just blew my socks off. What a great guitar, the body is flawless and the neck feels great. The set up was right on, right relief in the neck and the action was just the way I like it. Sounds pretty much like a 70th Strat. I can't put it down. Once it's paid off I'm going to get a VM Tele.
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    KennyF
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    GREAT NECK!
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    I've been a Strat Player for 40 years. I've had many American, Japanese, and currently have an American Deluxe Stratocaster with a Maple "V' Neck and S-1 Switching as my main guitar, and a 1980 Yellow American Strat built for the NAMM Show. I bought this Vintage Squire '70's Strat mainly because it looks like the neck on my 1980 Yellow Strat.. I received the Squire in original Fender boxing, packed well inside a larger box, and received it undamaged (Yay!) The guitar was NOT SET UP from the factory and I had to adjust the Truss Rod about 3/4 turn tighter (it wasn't tight), and I had to adjust down, in an arc fashion, all the saddles...Once I got it in the ballpark, the neck was perfect, but the strings were not very good, I immediately put on a set of Ernie Ball .009 to .046 Hybrid Heavy Bottom, tuned it up, and it sounded good, played well, and just needs testing, maybe I'll go to an Ernie Ball .010 to .052 Heavy Bottom set next. For $299, the Squire Strat Rocks!!! You can't beat it
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    William Layton
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    Well worth the money!
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    After checking video reviews I knew I wanted to try out this guitar. When it arrived I was amazed at the workmanship. With the range of sounds and so easy to play, I am really glad I purchased this guitar. Thanks AMS, delivery was on time and the guitar was perfect.
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    Anthony Lener
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    Incredible value, great guitar
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    Recreates a 70's Stratocaster exactly. I have been a Fender player for thirty years, and have owned five or six mid to late 70's Strats, and this guitar is a carbon copy of one. I'm very very pleased with it. The neck is unbelievable. Great feel, great fret job, great right out of the box!
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    james marshall, stng72@gmail.com
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    AWESOME GUITAR
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    The guitar is beautiful, the neck feels like butter. The pickups are hot and the sound is bright. Its not a heavy or light guitar, its right in between. The frets are polished nicely and the nut is bone. Chandged the strings it came with (9's) and it sounds even better. Its a real bargain. Buy one before the are discontinued.Thats what i did.
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