Left-Handed Squier CLASSIC VIBE ’50S Telecaster


Left-Handed Squier Classic Vibe '50S Telecaster

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Left-Handed electric guitar CLASSIC VIBE ’50S Telecaster manufactured by Squier subbrand of Fender Guitars. This model is designed in an old-school ’50S style. The guitar has a slim C-shaped neck with 21 frets, two single pickups, two sound controls, and vintage-style bridge. It’s an excellent instrument for Classic Rock, and Funk.

A celebration of the birth of the Tele® in the early 1950s, the Classic Vibe ‘50s Telecaster creates incredible tone courtesy of the Fender-Designed alnico single-coil pickups. Player-friendly features include a slim, comfortable “C”-shaped neck profile with an easy-playing 9.5”-radius fingerboard and narrow-tall frets, as well as a vintage-style Telecaster bridge with barrel saddles and string-through-body design. This throwback Squier model also features 1950s-inspired headstock markings, rich-looking nickel-plated hardware and a slick vintage-tint gloss neck finish for an old-school vibe.

by Fender.com




  • Brand: Squier by Fender
  • Model: CLASSIC VIBE ’50S
  • Type: 6-String Electric Guitar


  • Shape: Telecaster
  • Color: Butterscotch Blonde


  • Body Material: Pine
  • Body Type: Solid


  • Neck Material: Maple
  • Fretboard Material: Maple
  • Number of Frets: 21
  • Fret Size: Narrow Tall
  • Profile: C Shape
  • Nut Width: 1.650″ (42 mm)
  • Fretboard Radius: 9.5″ (241 mm)
  • Attachment to Body: Bolt-on


  • Pickups: Fender® Designed Alnico Single-Coil
  • Pickup Configuration: Single-Single (SS)
  • Pickup Switching: 3-Position
  • Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone


  • Bridge: 3-Saddle Vintage-Style Strings-Through-Body Tele®
  • Tuning Machines: Vintage-Style

How Does Sound

Are you wondering what this guitar sounds like? Please check this video below to listen to how does sound Squier Telecaster CV 50S.

Pros & Cons


  • Old-school Telecaster Look
  • Great Sound
  • Quality Materials
  • Quality Assembling
  • Quality Hardware


  • No Accessories
  • Expensive for Beginners

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