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Discussion in 'Squier Offset Guitars' started by DallasArbiter, Jul 13, 2016.
That's why my own seems better. Including the unique cracks...
The Squier Jazzmaster has one of the nicest necks of any guitar out there, It's a great instrument in it's own right. I love it.
My offies ...
The J. Mascus is pretty nice with it's version of P90's, and the Jag works great after getting decent strings on it.
But other than that ... nothing really special.
P.S. Most of you guys take amazing photos!
Some 'real' guitar art in this thread ...
Does this count?
My only offset. CV60 Jazz bass
Got it today.
Sweeeet!! Love the color...
That's an awesome looking Surfcaster SurfRod!
here's my current five. Squier, Squier, Ibanez, Charvel, Ibanez
oew-la-lah said Brad rising his eyebrows knowingly, nice work budddy
Guess I'm a little late to the party.
Now has black pickguard screws.
man i have had so many. these are my 3 current ones: a MIJ mustang, a pawnshop bass VI and a newly acquired 60s lacquer jag.
so amazing. would love to own one of these.
I would be VERY pleased if Squier issued some Offset Lefty models ! And in Fancy colors !
I was even thinking to convert to LH a SuperSonic like the Orange Sparkle from GuitarCarl a few posts above...
The only offset that I have is a Lefty Mosrite Ventures replica, made by Eugen Wulff, GUN Custom guitars in Haarlem, The Nederlands :
I couldn't keep thing well enough alone...as usual.
-China-made but real nitro tort guard
-custom switching (MUCH better)
-CV Duo Sonic tuners (this is like a '64 tribute)
-Buddha vintage-spec pickups with aged covers
Just brought the Surf Green jaguar home from the tech
I got a new family member this week! Now I just need that Fiesta Red Mustang I'm lusting for.
IMG_20161022_091347054 by Tommy_S posted Oct 23, 2016 at 6:08 PM
O man i didn't know you had that a FR jag cool MK!
Here are mine. The first one is a Squier Cyclone. The second one is a build that's been going on for a while. I made the body from an old waterbed frame. it's disassembled currently waiting for me to put a finish on the neck and body.
I don't often think of my Duosonics as offsets....Generally I think of Jaguars and Jazzmasters when I hear the word, but okay, since people are posting Mustangs and Duosonics, here's my pair.
On the right, a Classic Vibe body with six-saddle hardtail bridge, American Standard Strat pickups under solid covers, and Strat knobs, mated to a 24" scale 1971 Musicmaster neck with Steinberger tuners.
On the left, a Squier Affinity Duosonic.... incorporating a 22.7" scale neck with Sperzel locking tuners. Additional offset body shaping with custom pickguard, built-in Daphon Overdrive pedal with rechargeable lithium-ion battery, pickguard-mounted "stomp switch", active/passive/recharge switching, and charging jack. Seymour Duncan Hot Rails pickup in Custom Shop Parts bridge, through-body stringing with aluminum Delisle tonebar, three way Yamaha pickup switching for series, parallel, and single coil operation, and Fender roller pots for master volume and tone. Edge-mounted electrosocket and flush-mounted Dunlop Straploks.