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030-4000-506

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Squier presents one of its most distinctive instruments - the deeply resounding Vintage Modified Baritone Jazzmaster. Tuned A to A and featuring a comfortable 30" scale length, it lends a rumbling character to your sound, making it the perfect 'secret weapon'. With it's comfortable "C"-shaped neck and modern 9.5"-radius fingerboard, this instrument offers a singularly exciting Squier playing experience.

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Closest StoreDartmouth, Nova Scotia
Not sure if you're open to baritone? Dun' want them 7-10 string guitars? Maybe you wanna grind out at Drop F? This guitar is amazing... comes stock with 14-68s which might be heavy for some folks, but you can always lighten that up with looser strings. I tune mine to drop B, turn the tone off and run this through a ton of overdrive and wah to play some seriously killer doom metal. If only the neck pickup bypassed the tone knob so I could switch between pickups without adjusting the tone pot.. then it might as well be called the Squire DoomMaster, killer definition with the grit and dirt of p90s, it's simply amazing. A few minor hardware complaints but Squire.. Fender, please give me more baritone guitars. I want a baritone 28 1/4" Telecaster HS guitar I can mod... Squire is really upping their game and people should stop turning their noses up and buy one.. listen with their ears and shut their eyes.. this is solid gear.
Posted by Corey on Apr 20, 2019
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Best Baritone out there0 of 0 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreLondon North, Ontario
This thing is amazing. I've used it in drop B and in drop E and it sounds awesome. Check out the band "Loathe" to see what this guitar can do. Anyone interested in detuned music, but only wants 6 strings, this thing will handle any low tuning and sound great. The bright jazzmaster pickups make the low tunings very clear sounding. The pickups are noisey when distorted so use a noise gate.
Posted by anonymous on Jan 31, 2019
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Amazing value7 of 7 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreVancouver, British Columbia
I have the Antigua colored baritone which I love in color, tone, feel and sound. Playing a baritone just makes you feel and play different in a good way. Tuned A to A makes it full and deep. Part bass and part guitar but totally unique. The pickups sound great together (no hum) but hum when used individually. The middle position rocks. Great value from Squier once again. I have a Squier classic vibe tele, JMJM jazz master and this baritone. You have to compare a few just like gibsons and fenders to get a good one - but for the money, feel and tone, Squier can't be beat. I'm amazed at the quality of instruments offshore makers are producing these days! Oh....if you are a namebrand snob, keep walking, you'll never know what you are missing.
Posted by Dan on Aug 3, 2017
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Closest StoreGuelph, Ontario
The pick ups need to be replaced. Otherwise an excellent guitar.
Posted by Greg Smith on Jun 15, 2017
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