Squier FSR Classic Vibe Late ’50s Jazzmaster – Guitar Review

Some of our most favourite ‘affordable’ guitars have come from the Squier Classic Vibe series so we couldn’t wait to get hold of the latest FSR release of the ’50s Jazzmaster. Join us to explore the amazing sonic possibilities of Leo Fenders’ offset body, top of the range ‘jazz’ guitar.

If you don’t like any of the talking or the playing bits in this video we’ve made it easy for you to skip along to the next chapter in case something more interesting is happening…

0:00 intro & coming up
0:44 what we’re looking at today
4:05 some body, neck, & hardware specs
7:00 pickup sounds, controls & switching
11:00 playing – with the dark circuit
13:02 more playing – let’s engage the whammy!
14:45 about the tremolo system
18:35 about the bridge
22:52 a closer look
23:32 frets & fingerboard
24:38 what does it weigh?
25:05 a closer look at the bridge
26:16 pickup measurements & info
27:16 neck profile & measurements
27:30 underneath the scratch plate
31:27 summing up – what do we think?
35:15 play out jam – waiting for the whammy

Signal Chain Info:
Amp: Vox AC15 C1 via AKG C414 & SM57
Drives (when on): Klon KTR / RAT

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