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Overview

The Squire '51 is a non-traditional Fender model produced by Squier.  In many ways, this model can been as a precursor to the Fender Pawn Shop series and which included a Fender-made version of the '51 design.

Body Style: Double cutaway solidbody 

Years of Production: 2004 - 2006

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • 51
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 2000s
Made In
  • Indonesia
Categories
Body Shape
  • S-Style
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Number of Strings
  • 6 String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Reviews for the Squier '51 Black
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  • What a great Stratotele

    Verified Purchase

    I just recently sold a partscaster made up of a Squier Strat body with a Telecaster neck. And there was alot of action on it so I decided to look at one made at the factory.....WOW this guitar puts any partscaster to shame. The neck is to die for and yes there aren't as many pickup options as some …

  • Just What I Needed

    Verified Purchase

    In General, Squier Guitars May Get A Bad Rap As "Budget" Guitars But In My Many Years Experience With Them, They Have Never Let Me Down. In Fact, As A Lot Of Reviewers Say, They Favor Their Squiers To Their More Expensive Counterparts. The Same Is True Of Me. The '51 Is A Truly Unique Model That Is …

  • Pleasantly Surprised!

    Verified Purchase

    I bought this guy for a low price with the intention of it being a project guitar. Something I could practice things like refinishing and soldering on. Wowzers. It is a GREAT guitar. First off it is way heavier than I expected for a Squier. Next, the build quality is very good. While down the road I…

  • Terrific value

    This is my everyday practice guitar, even though I own a USA '57 Strat reissue. Mine is completely stock except for upgraded w/ Tusq nut. After smoothing the ends of the frets, the neck feels great. Stays in tune, even w/ cheap stock tuning machines. Only down side to inexpensive guitar, is the fr…

  • Squier 51

    Verified Purchase

    OK, let me put this in perspective. I own a serious selection of Fender guitars. It includes about 20 or so Stratocasters. They go from "real" '60's through Smith era ( early 80's), Vintage Reissues, Custom Shop versions to Tokai Springy Sounds to Squiers made in Japan and Korea, USA Bullet Strats.…