Ultra rare Squier set-neck Master Series Thinline HH is the forerunner to the Fender "Jim Adkins" JA-90 telecaster. Semi-hollow, alder body with a set-in maple neck. 24 3/4" scale (Gibson), combined with dual Duncan Distortion HB103 pickups, an upper-bout 3-way toggle, and separate tone and volume controls for each pickup make this guitar as akin to a Les Paul as a Tele. This is a full-shred rock machine with a thin and fast neck. Dial back the volumes for crystal clear clean tones, or crank it up for searing leads and chugging chords. Overall great shape but it does have a few paint chips from honest use- not abused, but not perfect. The neck is in excellent condition with minimal fret wear. This is an especially great guitar for someone with smaller hands or arthritis as the neck is very thin and narrow. Fender gig bag is included to protect during shipping and beyond. This is a rare opportunity for a unique guitar.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • Master Series Thinline HH Set-Neck Telecaster Standard
Finish
  • Transparent Crimson
Year
  • 2004
Made In
  • China

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Surprise, AZ, United States
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