Fender squier 4 string Basses For sale
To own a Squier is to own a Fender, plain and simple, and it's hard to argue with the quality that Fender has always represented in the guitar world. Ever since Fender started producing Squiers in 1982, first in Japan and then in the rest of the world, the Squier name has meant Fender quality at a price that can fit almost any budget. As Squiers were cleared for release in North America, they were given a new look: they were modeled after vintage Telecasters and Strats from Fender's main line.
While newer Squiers have a shorter scale length to keep them in line with Fender's more original models (such as the Jaguar), the majority of Squiers have the traditional Fender 25.5” scale length, offering a lighter sound with less buzzing.
Avril Lavigne and Deryck Whibley both play Squier Telecasters.
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