Squier Classic Vibe Guitars & Basses

Squier Classic Vibe instruments are inspired by vintage Fender models of the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s. Get yourself slice of guitar history with decade-specific specs and features at an unbeatable price.

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Squier Classic Vibe Guitars & Basses

Squier's Classic Vibe guitars are incredibly popular, with nostalgia playing a huge part in their appeal. Equipped with vintage-voiced pickups that deliver authentic old-school sounds, Squier Classic Vibe models also sport period-correct tinted necks and are available in a range of era-specific Fender colours, including Surf Green, Fiesta Red and Shell Pink.

The Classic Vibe series is delightfully diverse, with many different models forming the lineup. Strats and Teles make up the majority of the range, but there are also plenty of oddities to suit players looking for something more unique. You can find semi-hollow Starcasters, exotic Esquires, modded Mustangs and even tasteful Tele Thinlines! Bassists can rejoice too, with plenty of P-Bass and Jazz Bass options, gorgeous ‘50s “Telecaster” basses and even the iconic Bass VI.

For more information on the full Squier instrument catalogue, check out our 'Ultimate Guide to Squier Guitars'.

Squier Classic Vibe Guitars & Basses FAQs

Fender and Squier: What's the difference?

Squier are the offshoot company of Fender and make more affordable versions of their legendary designs. You'll will however find some Squier exclusive guitars like the Esquire and Starcaster. They also make FSR guitars – limited edition models with unique twists.

What are '50s, '60s and '70s guitars?

'50s, '60s and '70s guitars encapsulate everything great about each decade of early guitar building. When Leo Fender originally designed the Strat, Tele, Jazz and P bass, he made small changes to the core design every year. '50s, '60s and '70s guitars feature the very best of his tweaking over each decade.

What is the most popular Classic Vibe guitar?

Fender Stratocaster and Tele are two of the most popular guitars ever made. The same applies to Squier, who make these legendary instruments even more accessible on a budget. The Classic Vibe and Affinity series are particularly popular in the Squier range.

Are Classic Vibe guitars good for beginners guitarists?

They are perfect for beginners are guitarists on a budget. You get loads of bang for your buck thanks to top quality hardware and meticulous design in an enticingly affordable package.