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Squier Classic Vibe 70s Telecaster Deluxe Olympic White - £261 Delivered @ Bax-Shop
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Squier Classic Vibe 70s Telecaster Deluxe Olympic White - £261 Delivered @ Bax-Shop

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Posted 22nd FebEdited by:"tempytemp"

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Only the one left. Around about £330 seems the going price with UK retailers.


Squier's Classic Vibe 70s Telecaster Deluxe has two Fender Designed Wide Range humbucker pickups that each have their own volume and tone controls. There's also a 3-way pickup switch giving you plenty of possibilities for finding the perfect tone. You won't notice any unwanted noise from the pickups, but you will notice that they also deliver single-coil-like bite. This model is comfortable to play too thanks to features like the neck's C profile, the slightly flatter 9.5-inch fretboard radius and the narrow tall frets.

Classic Vibe 70s Telecaster Deluxe: authentic look and an attractive price. As its name suggests, this guitar is based on one from the 1970s and it's not just the sound and feel that are authentic. Squier have also ensured this model has the right look with a high-gloss polyurethane finish on the body and a vintage tint on the neck. You'll be even more pleased to hear that Squier are offering this Telecaster Deluxe for an attractive price too.


Product specifications
  • body finish: high-gloss polyurethane
  • neck: maple
  • neck finish: high-gloss, vintage tint
  • neck profile: C
  • fretboard radius: 9.5 in
  • fret type: narrow, tall
  • string nut material: bone
  • string nut width: 1.65 in
  • bridge: fixed Tele with 6 independent saddles, string-through-body
  • hardware finish: nickel
  • machine heads: vintage style
  • pickguard: 3-ply black
  • pickups: 2x Fender Designed Wide Range humbucker
  • controls: 2x volume, 2x tone, 3-way pickup switch
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Bought a B-Stock one of these myself earlier in the week. Aside from the lower frets needing a little bit of a polish and the switch feeling a bit cheap it's faultless.

Made in Indonesia, I *think* out of the Cort factory. I have a Jackson JS-32 that starts with the same serial code and they're both really nice guitars for the money.
Bax... how do we like them??

They don't get the best reviews!
These vibes are great! As for bax I’ve never had an issue with them, last thing i bought was my strymon flint from them
These are great guitars! Better than a few MiM Fenders I’ve played!
Gotta love a Tele ...in any shape or form

Got handed a beaten up custom shop one today when I was trying out an amp..

..for 2 grand it looked like #hit....even the selector knob fell off when I was playing ....but it sounded amazing.
JamesSmith22/02/2020 14:22

Bax... how do we like them??They don't get the best reviews!



I've bought a fair amount from them really, no complaints. Never dealt with customer service though.
JamesSmith22/02/2020 14:22

Bax... how do we like them??They don't get the best reviews!


Never used then personally but they seem to have some good deals on from time to time, e.g. the Kiko Loureiro SP2 (OOS now tho) for £377 less a £5 voucher for new customers.

Edited by: "repouk" 22nd Feb
I've had a couple of Indonesian classic vibe teles and they've been excellent for the money. Cant fault them really. Never used bax though
Having a nightmare from Bax at the moment, delivered the wrong desk to us three weeks ago. Arranged two deliveries to pick it up. One they came and said it was too big then the second time no one showed up. Stuck with a desk that's too big for us in the hall way for weeks now. Still not got the one we ordered and no sign of this one being picked up!
freddyfender22/02/2020 16:23

Gotta love a Tele ...in any shape or formGot handed a beaten up custom …Gotta love a Tele ...in any shape or formGot handed a beaten up custom shop one today when I was trying out an amp....for 2 grand it looked like #hit....even the selector knob fell off when I was playing ....but it sounded amazing.


Surely the Tele is all about the form. That lipstick neck pickup, the single coil at the bridge I doubt you are going to get that same 'twang' out of this setup.
all2humanuk22/02/2020 22:17

Surely the Tele is all about the form. That lipstick neck pickup, the …Surely the Tele is all about the form. That lipstick neck pickup, the single coil at the bridge I doubt you are going to get that same 'twang' out of this setup.


Agree but the tele is synonymous with that country single coil pickup sound fitted into the bridge. Strats don’t sound the same. Why put a humbucker onto a tele I just don’t get it.
horses for courses.....if you like teles but want humbuckers i suppose......played a nashville tele..that had a strat pick up in the middle...sounded great...and gave you tele sounds as well as a bit of a strat option..

....seen a few humbucks in tele neck pick up slot....as graham coxon had in his during his blur days for one...(wished i bought one of his sig teles when they first came out...go for a few quid these days)
Edited by: "freddyfender" 23rd Feb
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