This year’s NAMM we are getting treated to an overhaul of the Squier Classic Vibe Series and they have added a few new models for 2019, plus re-vamped some others. With a whole slew of new models, you’ll be hard pressed to keep up.
Squier Classic Vibe Series
Okay, are you ready?
There is now a Classic Vibe 70s Stratocaster, Classic Vibe 70s Stratocaster HSS, Classic Vibe 70s Telecaster Thinline, Classic Vibe 70s Telecaster Deluxe, Classic Vibe 70s Telecaster Custom, Classic Vibe 70s Jaguar, Classic Vibe 60s Jazzmaster and a Classic Vibe 60s Mustang.
And also new bass models including the Classic Vibe 60s and a 70s Jazz Bass, Classic Vibe Bass VI and a Classic Vibe 60s and a 70s Precision Bass. Did you get that? Good, keep up!
Lots and lots, mainly ’70s inspired models, with a smattering of ’60s styled ones mixed in for good measure. Honourable mentions go to the new re-released Squier CV Bass VI and the rather pretty Squier CV Jaguar with block inlays ’70s -style!
The ’70s Blocks
Also, a few new left-handed models this year and I like the black ’70s Precision with black blocks on a maple neck the most out of these. Plus the odd 5-String bass as well.
I’m also quite partial to a Jazzmaster, so these are great too and there is a lefty!
My advice is to follow my link below and check them all out officially on the Fender website. A great year for musicians on a budget though, as these all look like great value for money.
RRP – Stratocasters, Telecasters, Jaguars, Mustangs & Jazzmasters GBP 379-399 and Squier CV Bass VI GBP 449 Squier P Bass and J Bass GBP 379-389