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Discussion in 'Squier Vintage Modified models' started by TEXINGA, Jun 7, 2019.
What color is it.....chocolate brown....?
THANKS< a lot of work and money went into this build.
Are you talking about the sliver "kill Switch"
Fender calls it Walnut.
Yes, I just find amusing to see and Epi "E" logo there.
I'm sure that guitar gets a lot of jaw drops from everyone.
Is this the one that kept getting delayed, then delayed, then delayed again?
E? LOL that is an Iron Age Kill Switch
My VM70s has a black one same brand, "Iron Age"
My eyes have fooled me!
Now all is good in the universe again.
Just changed my kill switch on my black VM70s from black to chrome.
Beautiful guitar, and looks like a killer player with that guard/pickup setup!
It may have been covered in a different thread, but what is that Squier neck to have the walnut sleeve at the truss rod adjustment? Did that come with the neck, or is that a mod done later? Thanks.
Came with it one of the things I look for when I purchase a new Squire is it must have a sleeve at the truss rod adjustment
You cannot see it but more work was done under the hood, the vol, and tones are push/pulls.
And if you are talking about my new walnut Squier that is yes as well. came with it.
Seeing those again, I wonder... Did you cut the pickguards to fit the kill switches or did they come with te hole already there? I might be considering putting one on a future project.
Funny, no one has asked me why I have a piece on black electricians tape on the tremolo hole LOL
Have to cut a hole but used a bit that you can get on the kill switch website so the hole is perfect.
Lol!! After so many pics, I just noticed that!
Nice! I'll keep that in mind.
You can get everything here. Good luck and make sure you have room for the kill switch before you cut the hole.!!!
What a beauty! Congrats and thanks. Finally I can show my missus someone who spends as much money on a "cheap" guitar as I do!
I do it to shove it in the face of Fender owners. laugh when I pull it out until I play it and only after they get a good look.
Always to funny.
How often is something like the momentary kill switch used?
it's not a regular on/off "LaBamba" switch, is it?
Hopefully with great restraint.