Has anyone played or purchased one?There's a new one on Ebay with a BIN of $275.That's what a blank Warmoth or Allparts body would cost.
I'm not familiar with the guitar but if that bridge lined up perfectly, any vintage style (Callaham, Glendale, etc.) bridge should work.
Me to on the cheap guitars. I like the nice ones, but I'm a sucker for an awesome playing "crappy" guitar. Thanks for the review and welcome to TGP!!! I've been really interested in these little guys myself. I'm hoping that the store where I work will get some in eventually so I can try it out first hand. I've got the Tele itch bad.I had been looking for a new guitar for the last couple years and in that time saved up enough money that the price of the guitar was not a concern. So casually from time to time would hit up the local guitar stores and just play everything waiting for the right guitar to call out to me. In that time I sampled a ton of Strats, Teles and even a few hollow bodies of every price range but nothing really did it for me. Well on my last outing I picked up a VM, Thinline Tele and immediately fell in love with the neck. I was completely blown away how perfect the neck was on the little Squire and I mean every aspect of it. I felt totally at home on this guitar and bought it on the spot. My friends were shocked I bought a Squire and I guess I was too really but I bought it based on my hands and ears and not with my eyes. It's kind of nice having such a well playing inexpensive guitar because when I take it to guitar class once a week and band practice twice a week I don't have to worry about it in the slightest. With all the extra cash I have left over I would like to upgrade a few things on it and am also curious what after market parts fit.