Squier Contemporary Stratocaster HSS - RW - Black Metallic

The Squier Contemporary Stratocaster HSS is an outstanding choice for the modern player seeking progressive features in a guitar that in a guitar that has authentic vibe and style.

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Squier Contemporary Stratocaster HSS - RW - Black Metallic

The Squier Contemporary Stratocaster HSS RW Electric Guitar is the ideal choice for the modern player. Crafted from poplar and featuring the iconic Stratocaster shape, players can benefit from a lightweight guitar with authentic style. The maple neck features a comfortable C profile, and is topped with a rosewood fingerboard with cream dot inlays. This stunning guitar is equipped with a trio of pickups including two Ceramic Single-Coils, and a Ceramic Humbucker, delivering a crisp, clear tone with excellent dynamics and output. Like others in the Contemporary series, this Strat features a 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo for instant pitch bending. With all these great features and versatile tone, the 2018 Squier Contemporary Stratocaster HSS is the perfect choice for any level of player.

Squier Contemporary Stratocaster HSS - RW - Black Metallic Specifications:

Body Poplar
Finish Gloss Poly
Neck Maple C shape
Finish Satin w/ Matching Headstock
Fingerboard Rosewood 12"
Frets 22 Jumbo
Inlays Dots
Nut Synthetic Bone 1.650"
Tuners Standard Die Cast
Scale Length 25.5"
Bridge 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo w/ Block Saddles
Pickguard 3-Ply
Pickups Ceramic Single Coil Middle/Neck - Ceramic Humbucker Bridge
Controls 5 Position Blade, Master Volume, Master Tone
Knobs Black Plastic
Hardware Chrome

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