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Discussion in 'Other Squiers' started by Mervynskidmore, Feb 21, 2019.
I don't think so ,I think they were the same thickness.
I made it myself
The first Esquires were made with pine used for amps,they were sandwich glued to 1 1/2 inches
The later Esquires were full thickness ash bodies
As it’s a single pick-up guitar, is it reasonable to assume they’ll make sure that pick-up is of real high quality? Thoughts?
Meh. I'm having trouble getting excited about this one.
In the old days the Esquire was below the Tele (or Broadcaster) price-wise. Now you have to pay the same money to get one less pickup. Funny.
(at Andertons 339 GBP, same for the CV 50 Tele)
But you get more pickguard material.
Meh, I very rarely use the neck pickup anyway, but I'd rather not have a plastic pickgaurd if there's nothing under it.
some Esquires have the neck pickup routing under the guard...
Blown away by my first Squier.
Looks really nice!
Obv people rave about Squiers and CVs but I’ve learned with this guitar that you don’t really KNOW until you hold and play one. I’m so impressed.
This is the direction I decided to go for the Spring build:
Knotty pine (dark amber + Tru Oil)
Fender "Vintage" neck (7.25")
Vineham Classic T pickup