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  • #46



    Holy **************** is that some custom work or do these come stock?


    Also, I'm loving that Squires aren't garbage anymore. I remember being younger and if you bought a Squire you were practically wasting your money. Nobody who owned one got any respect because no matter how skilled you were they'd still sound like garbage and drop tune immediately.
    -Rell

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    • #47
      Holy **************** is that some custom work or do these come stock?


      Also, I'm loving that Squires aren't garbage anymore. I remember being younger and if you bought a Squire you were practically wasting your money. Nobody who owned one got any respect because no matter how skilled you were they'd still sound like garbage and drop tune immediately.


      Heavily modified, of course.

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      • #48
        Lots of Vista series Super Sonic love in this thread!
        Originally Posted by Doctor Morbius:

        "When it comes to gear vs talent I'll be the first to admit that I sit in the Mayor's seat in Poserville."

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        • #49
          I've had a number over the years, including a MIK "Strat II" (have no idea what the "II" was for, it was a pretty standard S-S-S blackie Strat with a maple board), a recent Vintage Modified Thinline Tele (the one with the Gibby-scale neck and rosewood board) I played for a few months while flipping it, an '80's MIJ blonde Tele that was one of my main giggers for awhile, and a Tom Delonge Strat (bought specifically to flip and never gigged or even played, except to check repairs).

          Down to one Squier currently, my first decent bass, an '80's MIJ "E" series Precision Bass, bought for a Benjamin with a cheapo chipboard case:



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          • #50
            How do you like that HS Obey Tele?


            It was alright. Nothing really special, IMO. I just liked the graphics.
            Neck was OK, but I just couldn't like it. Sold both the tele and strat obey guitars about a few months after I got it.
            www.maverickguitar.ca

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            • #51
              Picked this up yesterday for $100. 88-89 Korean that was refinished in Fiesta Red Nitro a long time ago. Very smooth player with odd looking pickups. They're VERY tall, about the same as a SD Classic Stack. I'm guessing they're aftermarket as there was a couple of solder balls rolling around in the pickup cavity. Whatever they are they sound great and won't be getting changed.









              I one day hope to be the man my dog thinks I am.WORDS OF WISDOM FROM VARIOUS MEMBERS"most often the guitar will rise or fall to the level of the player""people overthink ****************""Sometimes you gotta know when to shut the **************** up and have a little class. Not you, you're special.""If it sounds good to you then it sounds good"The bull**************** and myths in the guitar world are stacked very high.

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              • #52
                I notice that nobody has posted one of these. I forgot that I had it.

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                • #53
                  Mine is a Squier ST-331 Stratocaster (not a Bullet, despite its single pickup.) It was made in Japan. It has an A serial number on the neck plate. It has a rosewood fretboard, black headstock, single humbucker, short Gibson 24.75" scale. The output jack is in the pickguard. The two switches are a coil tap switch and a killswitch that I added in the early '90s. The pickup that was in it when I bought it was an Epiphone humbucker, but I put in a cheap EMG Select pickup when I dropped the guitar and ruined the pickup. This was my first guitar, and I would grab it if my house were on fire and I only had time to grab one of my guitars. I've had it since 1992 and I hope to never part with it. It's an extremely high quality guitar and plays better than some $1000+ guitars that I have played. If you have a good Squier, you have a damn good guitar, and I'm lucky to have one.






                  Carter the Cat approves of the Stratocaster:

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                  • #54










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                    • #55
                      I just scrolled through this entire thread hoping to see RaVenCAD's Squier collection.










                      Originally Posted by wedgehed II


                      Instead of searching for intelligent life in the universe, NASA should send a probe to this thread.

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                      • #56
                        I just scrolled through this entire thread hoping to see RaVenCAD's Squier collection.










                        SPAM:


                        Custom Wired Strat Pickguard Assemblies - PM me to discuss specs & pricing

                        Good Trades: PunkKitty, mfergel, Norcal_GIT_r, Chuck1016, Elias Graves, hrcnsfan, ugameus, RosePickups, jelloman, Hookandcanman, Danocoustic

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                        • #57

                          L to R: MIK Pro Tone, OBEY, MIJ contemporary, Hello Kitty, MIJ ST-331 short scale, special edition chrome, MIJ 50's RI contemporary


                          How do you like your ST-331? A red ST-331 (which can be seen upthread) was my first guitar. It's a lovely guitar. It plays like a dream, and the short scale makes bending very easy. The quality is higher than many Fender-branded guitars that I've played, not to mention Gibsons and other brands. I may replace the cheap Select pickup with a red dually Lace Sensor or possibly a more traditional humbucker. Is yours all original? How long have you had it? I've had mine since 1992 and found it in a guitar shop in Arkansas for $125.

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                          • dmc69
                            dmc69 commented
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                            bugo wrote:
                            L to R: MIK Pro Tone, OBEY, MIJ contemporary, Hello Kitty, MIJ ST-331 short scale, special edition chrome, MIJ 50's RI contemporary
                            How do you like your ST-331? A red ST-331 (which can be seen upthread) was my first guitar. It's a lovely guitar. It plays like a dream, and the short scale makes bending very easy. The quality is higher than many Fender-branded guitars that I've played, not to mention Gibsons and other brands. I may replace the cheap Select pickup with a red dually Lace Sensor or possibly a more traditional humbucker. Is yours all original? How long have you had it? I've had mine since 1992 and found it in a guitar shop in Arkansas for $125.

                            It's a pretty good player. I just find that the neck is a little small. It's not original - tuners are Sperzel, humbucker is SD JB. It's also been routed for HSS, but I converted it back to the original single H config.

                            I've had mine for 2 years? Maybe, I don't really remember anymore.


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                          • #59


                            I played one of these a couple of weeks ago. It was impressive. The pickups sounded good through distortion, which I expected them to. They're a bargain at $300.

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                            • #60
                              GUITARS
                              1991 Telecaster Plus with Tremelo (Modified)
                              1988 Gibson Showcase Edition Les Paul BLK/SILV
                              2007 Sunburst Flame Top Gibson Les Paul Standard
                              2012 Fender FSR Blacktop Ash Telecaster Sunset Orange/Gold


                              AMPS
                              Orange TH30, Marshall DSL40C

                              Effects
                              Fulltone CF-1, Moollon Apuarius(Delay), Carl Martin PlexiTone 2, Carl Martin AC-Tone 2, Dunlop chrome Wah,

                              Cabinet
                              Marshall JCM 1960B 4x12

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