2021 Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster Custom (Modded) Electric Guitar

This one's very clean and with only a few hours of play on it, by the looks of things. Ironically, it's also been "done up" a bit as well. The bridge and bridge pickup are aftermarket upgrades compared to the original specs -- it now has a modern, 6-saddle, open-sides bridge with a Duncan Lil '59 pickup replacing the original single coil. A caveat here, though -- if you do prefer a more-traditional sound and look, I have vintage-style bridges and decent Korean-made single-coil pickups hanging-around in the workshop at the moment.

For what it's worth, though, I think this setup is a little more interesting. The bridge position is clearly the "rawk" or "lead" tone but, with the tone pot rolled down, it actually has a somewhat-convincing jazziness mixed in there, too. The neck position is actually brighter and bouncier than the bridge and makes for a nice, clear, chordal-backing sound. I'm pretty sure middle position is out of phase but that also creates another tone perfect for "back-up" strummed chording. The way I would play this in a band is "rhythm, rhythm, lead" on the 3-way switch, I suppose.

Repairs included: a quick setup and other minor adjustments.

Body wood: unsure

Bridge: modern-style replacement w/6 saddles

Fretboard: rosewood family

Neck wood: maple

Pickups: 1x original Squier neck single coil, 1x Duncan Lil '59 humbucker

Action height at 12th fret: 1/16” overall (fast, spot-on)
String gauges: 46w-10

Neck shape: slim C/oval

Board radius: 7 1/4"

Truss rod: adjustable

Neck relief: straight

Fret style: medium

Scale length: 25 1/2"

Nut width: 1 5/8"

Body width: 12 5/8"

Body depth: 1 3/4"

Weight: 8 lbs 6 oz

Condition notes: it's pretty dang clean and in a fantastic color -- Candy Apple Green -- which looks like the best St Patty's Day showstopper finish ever. The bridge pickup and bridge itself are nice upgrades compared to the original gear.

It comes with: a gigbag.