Did not know this existed :Squire 7

Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by Digital Black, Jul 25, 2004.

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  1. Digital Black

    Digital Black SS.org Regular

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    jacksonplayer The Fusion Guy! Contributor

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    I've read mixed reviews. They go for dirt cheap on eBay, so you could check one out for very little. I haven't been very impressed with the couple that I've seen in the local used guitar stores.
     
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    i wanted to get one of those back in the day, but i got some real 7 strings instead ;p
     
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    Yuck.
     
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    Yeah but for a great knock-around 7.

    I always keep a couple of beaters around....
     
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    I'd take a low end Ibanez over that thing. It really is damned ugly. :lol:
     
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    Yeah, it´s not the most inspiring instrument out there. I have one and have used it once during rehersal. Didn´t work out well. Sounds like a piece of cardboard.

    My friend plays one too and that actually sound pretty good. He has changed the pickups thought. Can´t figure out how he manage to bring his sound out of that thing.

    The thought of placing a EMG 707 in the bridge of my guitar has crossed my mind. But... gaaaaaah it´s too much work.
     
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    Ooh, man! I just watched the guitar on the link. Damn that´s horrible. Mine is NOT that model. It was ugly!
     
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    Actually, got a chance to play one of those. Forgot the color, but it had a Floyd on it. Suprisingly decent guitar, especially for the price. Not a match for my 7620, but it'd be a fun guitar to have around. It sold not long after I tried it- kinda sorry I passed.

    -D
     
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    one of those stagemasters was my 1rst 7string, and I got it really dirt cheap - 99 Euros. So I got it just to figure out if I like the sevens... that was in April. and hell, yesterday my brand new Schecter Elite arrived... after 4 month waiting! on this term europe sucks ;-) and now I´m here, what more do i need to say???
     
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    darren Decibel Guitars Forum MVP

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    The Squier Stratocaster VII was actually a pretty decent guitar. The neck had a great feel.
     
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    actually, most of the sqiures i have played were actually good. but one thing i have noticed is lowering the action always results in fret buzz. :scream2:

    now im going to go watch a 5 hour south park marathon on comedy central :hbang:
     
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