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Discussion in 'Squier Strat Forum' started by Raphael256, Aug 17, 2019.
2. 50 pair of pants
4. 100 Cans of Guinness
Obviously, it's an F ce F
I just looked it up. FCEF is First Command Educational Foundation so it has to be a porta-instructor. Unfold carefully.
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Squier Classic Vibe Stratocaster 70's Olympic White. It is in perfetc Condition and solid . I have paid 400$ for it, will post short demo too. Pickguard will be changed to Mint Green in few days. Love it
Sweet! I do like the torti PG on that though. Mint will be kewl too. Beautiful. So is that what you bought the porta-instructor for? HNGD.
I cannot believe how light it is , A little more than 3 kilos
She's a beauty man!!!
Why am i disappointed it wasn’t 4 and 5 combined?
Open it carefully!
Gorgeous the way it is, will be gorgeous with mint.
Strauss is doing flips in his grave... When the Americans reached his house he waltzed out to greet them with: "I am Richard Strauss, composer of Der Rosenkaviler..."
What size are the frets on it?
I havent checked specs honestly, unpacked and did quick set up for jam session. Dont known mate
White Wine , Olympic White Strat
2018 Squier Vintage Modified 70's Stratocaster. Bought new for Christmas that year. Swapped out the pickguard with a fully loaded Mojotone piece of pearly goodness. Really nice FSR finish too, trans-blue over swamp ash. I consider these VM's about as nice as the CV's. When I was younger you couldn't touch this kind of quality until you spent REALLY BIG money. The neck is almost perfect straight out of the box.