Classic Vibe series pays tribute to the popular models and significant periods of history of certain Fender`s models. Its equipped predominantly with Tele and Strat models, as they were and still are the most popular Fender models. This model is the Duo Sonic `50s six-stringed guitar and it features the solid, double-cut basswood body. It is flat on top, carved in the back and has a bolt-on joint. This double-cut six-stringer has 25-1/2" scale, 9.50" neck radius and 1.65" wide synthetic bone string nut. Bridge is a hardtail with three saddles and chrome plating. Pickups come in S/S configuration and have the standard controls unit. Bolt-on maple neck is made of a single piece of wood. 21-fret fingerboard is made of maple.
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Squier by Fender Classic Vibe Duo-Sonic `50s 4.66 out of 5 based on 75 ratings
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