Hot or not - Squier Vintage Modified Surf Stratocaster - Surf Green

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    Sep 9, 2012
  1. Mark Wein :mad:

    Squier Vintage Modified Surf Stratocaster - Surf Green

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    Fender Squier Vintage Modified Surf Stratocaster - Surf Green

    The Fender Squier Vintage Modified Surf Stratocaster is a striking departure from your daddy's old Strat, with a trio of spanky, sparkly Duncan Designed lipstick pickups, perfect for surf, garage rock, and old-school punk tones. Distinctive finishes evoke the fun-and-sun of Fender's early days in Southern California, and Fender's legendary attention to tone and quality make the Fender Squier Vintage Modified Surf Stratocaster a no-brainer.
    Fender Squier Vintage Modified Surf Stratocaster Features:


    • Basswood Body
    • Distinctive Finish Options
    • White Pearloid Pickguard
    • 25 1/2" Scale
    • Maple "C" Shape Neck w/ Vintage Tint Gloss Finish
    • 9.5" Radius Rosewood Fretboard w/ 21 Med Jumbo Frets
    • Vintage Style Vibrato
    • Trio of Duncan Designed LS-102 Single-Coil Lipstick Pickups
    • 5-Position Switch, Master Volume, Tone 1 (Neck), Tone 2 (Middle)




     
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  3. mosiddiqi The Curry Master

    I love surf green strats with rosewood boards...but not convinced about lipstick pickups.
     
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  5. Mark Wein :mad:

    depends on what you use them for. I used El Borrachitos lipstick tube strat for a recording and it was great for funk and some other stuff but I wouldn 't have them in my main guitar.
     
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  7. Kelly n00b

    I've played one of these, in CAR (like finish color affects tone, whatever). I can assure you, they are most definitely hot. Very bright, yes, but they do exactly as they say on the tin. I also like them through the Excelsior (local shop has both) on the dark setting, it's a good sound, especially with the volume on the amp cranked.
     
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  9. I have never played lipstick pups. I like what they say it will do, and I love the color. I would check it out.
     
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  11. kulardenu n00b

    I love that! Lipsticks with delay n verb are a slice of heaven...
     
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  13. Yes, please.
     
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  15. Kerouac weird musical dildo

    Yes, but hotter with a maple board. :weebz:
     
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  17. pw5470 n00b

    Hawt
     
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  19. OGG Master of the Meh



    This
     
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  21. I like lipsticks, well the old Dano ones anyway is all Ive played.
    If they sound like that, then I'm all for these Strats.
     
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  23. That is def hot. But would probably change the bridge pup to a hot rails type or little 59.
     
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  25. Denverdave Resident Ragamuffin

    Decent.....the pups are probably the weak point....
     
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  27. wagdog Ack

    Looks great. I would try the pickups first, and change 'em up if needed.
     
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  29. CBHScott Ooh! Chilly! ((giggle))

    you can almost not go wrong with Squiers these days, and these are no exception :cool:
     
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  32. Tiltsta Banninator

    I like that a lot. I've never played lipstick pickups before, so I would have to try it before I buy it, but it looks hot.
     
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  34. angry tele L'effet c'est moi

    luke warm
     
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  36. Jeremy Also no borders.

    I dig it.
     
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  38. SpeedRacer n00b

    Love the color, but it requires a maple fretboard.
     

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