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Squier Paranormal Custom Nashville Stratocaster Laurel Fingerboard Electric Guitar Aztec Gold


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Powerful tonal versatility and smooth playing feel.

The Squier Paranormal Custom Nashville Stratocaster electric guitar with laurel fingerboard is a shapeshifter heading for stardom. It has a Custom Tele-inspired double-bound body and 3-pickup Tele configuration made famous on the Nashville scene. Featuring a trio of Fender-designed alnico single-coil pickups, with 5-way switching and push/pull tone knob for engaging the neck pickup in positions 1 and 2, this Nashville Strat is teeming with tonal versatility. Additional appointments include a string-through-body Tele bridge for optimal body resonance, a slim and comfortable C-shape neck profile, a gloss neck finish for a slick yet confident feel, and vintage-style tuning machines for smooth, accurate tuning.
  • Body type: Double cutaway
  • Body wood: Poplar
  • Body finish: Gloss polyurethane
  • Neck shape: C
  • Neck wood: Maple
  • Joint: Bolt-on
  • Scale length: 25.5"
  • Truss rod: Single-action, head adjust
  • Neck finish: Gloss urethane
  • Material: Laurel
  • Fret size: Narrow-tall
  • Number of frets: 21
  • Inlays: Pearloid dots
  • Nut width/material: 1.65 in. (42 mm) synthetic bone
  • Configuration: SSS
  • Neck: Proprietary alnico single-coil
  • Middle: Proprietary alnico single-coil
  • Bridge: Proprietary alnico single-coil
  • Control layout: Master volume, master tone (with push/pull)
  • Pickup switch: 5-way
  • Bridge design: 3-saddle vintage-style strings-thru-body Tele with chrome barrel saddles
  • Tuning machines: Vintage-style
  • Color: Chrome
  • Number of strings: 6 string
  • Case: Sold separately
  • Orientation: Right-handed


  • Poplar body with a gloss polyurethane finish
  • Bolt-on maple neck in a C-shaped profile
  • Laurel fingerboard with 21 narrow-tall frets and pearloid dot inlays
  • Trio of Fender-designed alnico single-coil pickups

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