Squier Classic Vibe 70s Stratocaster Electric Guitar

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  • Iconic Stratocaster shape finished in Natural
  • Three Fender-Designed Alnico Single-Coil pickups
  • Poplar body for a rich fundamental tone and comfortable weight
  • Maple Neck with Gloss Polyurethane finish
  • Comfortable 'C' shape neck profile feels natural in the hand
  • Indian Laurel fingerboard with 21 Narrow Tall frets
  • Vintage-style tuning machine heads
  • 6-Saddle Vintage-Style Synchronized Tremolo for adding texture to your sound
  • Legendary Strat tone made affordable


    The legendary Stratocaster guitar has graced the hands of some of the biggest names in music for decades, becoming symbolic with rock music. The Squier Classic Vibe 70s Stratocaster combines vintage aesthetic with modern features to make a guitar that emanates style and tone in equal measure.

    Vintage for the masses

    The solid Poplar body is finished off in classic colours and is protected by a slender layer of Gloss Polyurethane, preserving it for a long as possible and allowing it to age gracefully. The Poplar provides a deeply resounding character with emphasis on the upper-midrange. Poplar is a balanced tonewood that gives you full-bodied tone and clarity of sound. Coupled with the distinctive Strat double-cutaway the Classic Vibe 70s sounds immense with great upper fret access.

    Comfortable neck

    Fitted to the body is a Maple neck joined with an Indian Laurel fingerboard. This classic combination gives you a warm and sweet tonality that's as equally suited to blues licks as it is to hard rock riffing. The comfortable 'C' shape profile makes this neck incredibly easy to glide along, whilst the Tinted Gloss Urethane finish ensures that playing feel is consistently smooth. 21 Narrow Tall frets coupled with Pearloid Dot fret markers ensure you never lose your way. A large-style Strat headstock with 70s-inspired markings gives even more vibe to this classic style Squier Strat.

    Rock Steady Hardware

    The three Fender-designed Alnico Single Coil pickups give you an impressive range, from sparkling, shimmering cleans to lush and warm lead tones. With the 5-way selector, master volume and two tone control knobs you can cut pretty much any sound from this guitar with a little tweaking, leaving you to concentrate on your playing. A vintage-style Tremolo system lets you add expression and texture to your sound with raises, dips and flutters. Coupled with a 6-Saddle bridge and Vintage-Style tuning machines you can be assured of rock-solid tuning stability whether on stage, in the studio, or practising at home.

    The Squier Classic Vibe 70s Stratocaster plays, sounds and looks amazing giving you vintage demeanour with modern playability at a price range that won't break the bank.

    ModelClassic Vibe 70s Stratocaster
    Body MaterialPoplar
    Body FinishGloss Polyurethane
    Neck MaterialMaple
    Neck FinishTinted Gloss Urethane
    Neck Shape'C' Shape
    Scale Length25.5-inch (648mm)
    Fingerboard MaterialIndian Laurel
    Fingerboard Radius9.5-inch (241mm)
    No. of Frets21
    Fret SizeNarrow Tall
    Position InlaysPearloid Dots
    Nut MaterialBone
    Nut Width1.650-inch (42mm)
    Bridge PickupFender Designed Alnico Single-Coil
    Middle PickupFender Designed Alnico Single-Coil
    Neck PickupFender Designed Alnico Single-Coil
    ControlsMaster Volume, Tone 1 (Neck Pickup), Tone 2 (Bridge/Middle Pickup)
    Pickup Switching5-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup, Position 3. Middle Pickup, Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup, Position 5. Neck Pickup
    Pickup ConfigurationSSS
    Bridge6-Saddle Vintage-Style Synchronized Tremolo
    Hardware FinishNickel
    Tuning MachinesVintage-Style
    Pickguard4-Ply Tortoiseshell
    Control KnobsAged White

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