Faith Natural series use a Solid Engelmann Spruce top with a light protective lacquer that doesn’t restrict the sound. The back and sides retain a simpler, satin finish which lets the Solid Mahogany resonate freely, creating a natural, warm and pure tone. All Faith Natural guitars are bound with Solid Rosewood and feature Macassan Ebony fingerboards, headplates, heelplates, bridges and bridge pins. Electro models feature the Shadow NanoFlex II undersaddle pickup and Shadow Performer Tuner preamp system. All Natural series Faith Guitars are complete with a Faith Hardcase.
The CD-60 dreadnought cutaway boasts features you’d expect on much more expensive instruments, with a spruce top and choice of natural, sunburst and black finishes.
Upgrades include a new black pickguard and mother-of-pearl acrylic rosette design, rosewood bridge with compensated Graphtech® Nubone™ saddle, white bridge pins with black dots and smaller (3 mm) dot fingerboard inlays. Features include scalloped X bracing, black body binding, 20-fret fingerboard, dual-action truss rod, die-cast tuners and Fishman® pickup system with active onboard preamp, tuner, volume and tone controls. Hard-shell case included (North America only).
Squier’s Vintage Modified ’72 Telecaster Thinline evokes the popular second incarnation of that era’s stylishly enlightened Tele model. The original late-’60s version, with its two single-coil pickups, was updated in 1972 with two great-big, great-sounding Wide Range humbucking pickups for an even more distinctive sound and personality, and that’s exactly what Squier gives you here, along with a gorgeous semi-hollow ash body and white pearloid pickguard, smooth-playing maple neck and fingerboard, six-saddle string-through-body bridge and much more.
The rough-and-tumble Classic Vibe Stratocaster® ’60s evokes that musically adventurous decade, with a few modern features added. The alder body has a Three-color Sunburst finish; the ’60s-era vintage-tint gloss-maple neck has a rosewood Fingerboard with 21 medium-jumbo frets and a modern 9.5” radius. The thick tone comes from the alnico V single-coil pickups-quick attack with a bit more midrange force and a knockout bridge pickup. Custom staggered polepieces provide improved string-to-string balance. This versatile guitar is now available in a left-handed model.