Recommend Related Items & Pairings
This is where you can recommend to readers an alternative - or gear that goes with - Squier Vintage Modified Stratocaster '70s Electric Guitar. What gear sounds similar, is less expensive, higher-end or boutique, etc.?ADD YOUR RECOMMENDATION
Found 0 artists
It's a Strat
Comparable to Mex made fenders. Used to own a mex telecaster and it played a little better but this one still plays really nicely. No awful frets slicing you or anything. Sound-wise I upgraded the pickups and it sounds just as good as any fender. The hotrail I put in the bridge sounds better than a $2k Les Paul I used to have if that tells you anything. Solid guitar for a nice price.
edited over 2 years ago
Great Guitar To Upgrade...
Rebuilt This Guitar From The Ground Up. Changed Pickups, Bridge, and Tuners. 3 Mods; Bridge Tone, 7 Way Switch, and Coil Split JB JR...Chrome Bat Switch. It Is Sweet... Bridge: SSL-5 : Tone Control( A Must Have To Get Full Range Of SSL-5)... Middle: JB JR... 2 Way Coil Split Switch... Neck : Hot Rails : Tone Control... 2 Way Switch: Telecaster and Full Blown 3 Pickup Sound... Hip Shot 8.5 16:1 Locking Tuners... Babicz Full Contact Bridge...
Great starting guitar for the money.
I have this guitar in a vintage blonde color and indian laurel fretboard. The neck feels a bit chunky for me but it still plays great. The Duncan designed pickups are fine too although I feel that the bridge is a bit too thin-sounding. Overall, this guitar is great especially for those who are just starting out on guitar.
Steve Rothery White Ibanez
Hi everyone - I'm a huge Steve Rothery / Marilion fan. I've just found this site showing some of his guitars. Does anyone know what exact white Ibanez model he used in the Top Of The pops video of 'Cover My Eyes' It's on You Tube? Thanks - Rich