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Do you feel the vibe?

Squier has been making low-cost guitars based on Fender designs since 1982. Because their early guitars have now become collector items for some, Squier is seeking to regain some of that magic with their Classic Vibe Series. This latest series was launched to capture the "vibe" of classic Fender designs as opposed to trying to be exact reproductions of vintage models. read more…

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that he is the great?

By ironbull, 16/11/2013
it is a Strat, need to present the legend, made in China, but here is the Chinese can make terribly much too impeccable varnished, not the slightest fault finish.


for me is the ideal strat and this series is truly exceptional.


you can do anything with a strat except the cavernous big nag.
dozens of interesting sounds all.


here is a few tens of years I try and Squier guitars are my favorite, this series is fantastic, they sound like a fender more crude crude, more "basic" plus "féraillant" and this I love the side, here vibrates in every sense of the term.
the report qualitée price is amazing, the model that I even has a gorgeous flamed maple neck (you'd think came out of a custom shop), the vibrato is not a floyd you gotta go with moderation, for small shots, if you go down the ropes so spaghetti goodbye accuracy, but good in normal use for this type of vibrato the Mecha hold well.
I play Squier and I have not found anything better.

I enjoy with my classic vibe 60!

By mrguen, 20/09/2013
Squier Classic Vibe 60 candy apple red.

I was surprised at the reception by the very sound of metal strings and a harmonic beat between strings 6 and 5. So a small adjustment to lengthen the 6th string and it is no longer the helicopter. Since the strings are made and my ears too. It may be a glitch surpuisance the 3rd string is as I found on another Squier model and I wonder why they make pickups with this profile that brings power cords at this point. So the action of central strings may be a bit high, which is a slight problem narrowly on these strings (the third). Apart from that I am pleased with the tuning stability and accuracy of the guitar.


This is really nice this round!


I've never played a Fender Strat USA so I guess the sound could still be better. But inevitably there must be a difference between a guitar and microphones 300 euros to 300 euros ... High-pitched sounds are crystalline and still quite full. This is a real guitar with a lively sound.


I found a Squier Strat, bullet probably in store used products and it made me want to replay the guitar. A month later, ie there a month, I decided to find a good strat and did not hesitate to buy the high-end Squier. The value for money seems unbeatable and I think keep it very long. There is a problem of bad microphones profiles. What do I enjoy most is its accuracy ...


By youlix42, 10/09/2013
Well everything has been said, made in china
A good set of original note and guitar strings good qualities


The downside of this guitar, and I will say this is the only nail glue a little by hand. C is the big downside I see is this guitar
Otherwise comfortable handle


Sound level, it's really EXCELLENT, I would even say that c is the best strat that I had essaillée!
But I have two other stratum, a jap 84 and U.S. Standard 92 is not terrible moreover

The sound is rock, some criticize him a slight lack of precision, for my part I adore, especially the neck pickup that works wonders


I have the last bit on my strato 3, c is my favorite, only worries handle that hangs because the varnish reminds us that it is the first prize, if in my opinion is the perfect c Start!
I prefaire, the sounds, so the microphones
I recommend this guitar to everyone

Super price / quality ratio!

By Bidibuleable, 02/07/2013
The Squier has a handle "C", an easel "vintage" type, 21 frets and three single coil pickups. The maple neck is covered with a rosewood fingerboard and an alder body. The three pickups are Alnico V. The controls are the same as those of a classic Stratocaster: a five-position switch, one volume, one tone for the neck pickup and one for the bridge pickup.
I personally made a change for the typical position of the Telecaster: neck pickup and bridge pickup in parallel.


The handle is quite nice and we adapt quickly. The guitar is pretty well balanced and the weight is that of a classic Stratocaster guitar, so no problem to play standing. Access to acute is easy.
A small flat on the mechanics of "vintage" type that could have been better but hey, it's really to quibble!


The sound reminds the one equipped with a single coil Stratocaster: crystal clear sound and purpose. All pickups are very good, especially when you see the price of this guitar. That the handle is round, warm and not lack of bass. The middle pickup is just as well against but I found the pickup really too loud. I just hacked the guitar to pass it by the tone knob (instead of a direct output). So, I put a potentiometer general tone to also control the tone of the pickup which allows us to drop a little treble.
The sound obtained with the "Telecaster" position is also very interesting: it helps to rebalance the sound too loud bridge pickup with the neck pickup without using the tone knob.
I put 8/10 because of the pickup.


I use it for 1 year now and frankly, it suits me perfectly.
The feature I like most about this guitar is the change "Telecaster" really worth it. on the other hand, it is unfortunate that the pickup is so garish.
Otherwise, the value for money is really impressive and I do it again this choice without hesitation!
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Squier Classic Vibe Stratocaster '60s tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Squier
  • Model:Classic Vibe Stratocaster '60s
  • Series:Stratocaster
  • Category:STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/03/2014

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