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Description & Specs

A large headstock and even bigger tone! The Classic Vibe ‘70s Strat HSS is a tip of the hat to the large-headstock Strat models produced in the 1970s and offers Fender designed single coil pickups and a humbucker in the bridge position for supreme versatility. Player-friendly features include a slim and comfortable C-shaped neck profile with an easy-playing 9.5 inch-radius fingerboard and narrow-tall frets, as well as a vintage-style tremolo system for expressive string bending effects. This throwback Squier model also features 1970s inspired headstock markings, nickel-plated hardware and a slick vintage-tinted gloss neck finish for an old-school aesthetic vibe that is sure to inspire.


Body Material: Poplar
Body Finish: Gloss Polyurethane
Neck: Maple, ‘C’ Shape
Neck Finish: Vintage Tint Gloss
Fingerboard: Maple 9.5 inch (241 mm)
Frets: 21, Narrow-Tall
Position Inlays: Black Dot
Nut (Material/Width): Bone, 1.650 inch (42 mm)
Tuning Machines: Vintage-Style
Scale Length: 25.5 inches (648 mm)
Bridge: 6-Saddle Vintage-Style Synchronized Tremolo
Pickguard: 3-Ply Black
Bridge Pickup: Fender Designed Alnico Humbucking
Middle Pickup: Fender Designed Alnico Single-Coil
Neck Pickup: Fender Designed Alnico Single-Coil
Pickup Switching: 5-Position Blade:
Controls: Master Volume, Tone 1 (Neck Pickup), Tone 2 (Bridge/Middle Pickup)
Control Knobs: Black Plastic
Hardware Finish: Nickel
Case: sold separately
Weight: 8 lb 4 oz



The guitar has a few scuff marks or box rub type scratches that are not deep and would not show well in the pictures. Otherwise, it looks, plays and sounds great! Still has protective cellophane on it. Please see pictures for overall condition of the guitar. The actual item for sale is shown in the photographs.

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We are an authorized dealer for brand approved manufacturer refurbished guitars. These guitars are sent directly from the manufacturer to the authorized refurbishing center where they are fully inspected, set up and cleared by a certified technician. They are sent there for many reasons, including: returns, cosmetic flaws, minor repairs, surplus & discontinued or last years models. The guitars serial number may be partially altered and/or replaced and the back of the headstock is lightly stamped "used" by the authorized refurbishing center per manufacturer agreements.