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Squier loaded body project

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by loend68, Feb 3, 2014.

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  1. loend68

    loend68 Gold Supporting Member

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    Here I have a Squier body of unknown age that someone sort of refinished. It looks like they sanded the flat areas and left the white paint around the edges. They then put a coat of brush on poly from what I can tell. There are some flecks of dust/dirt in it and the back seems to have dried more like a semi gloss. It was routed for a jazz pickup near the neck. The pickup is from a Korean Squier and works fine. The pickguard fits pretty well on the body, but is too tight for the pickups. It worked fine with the EMGs I had installed. The pickguard would not fit on my Korean Squier.
    What you get:
    Squier body
    Korean Squier pickup, pots, jack, chrome knobs
    pickguard
    regular strap pins

    $75 shipped CONUS

    First pic shows how I had it fit up. EMG pickup and strap lock ends are NOT included. The pickguard is included:

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    Here's what you get:
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  2. jakelly

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    That does look nifty. If that is agathis wood it is attractive lumber.
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    Just an idea for the shoppers out there...

    That body would match up amazingly well with a 70s Jazz neck, the one with the cream binding and pearl inlays.

    GLWTS
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    and sold!
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