Squier Announces the Vintage Modified Baritone Jazzmaster

Tuned A to A, it features a 30” scale length and a pair of Duncan-designed pickups.

Scottsdale, AZ (October 22, 2014) -- Squier presents one of its most distinctive instruments ever in the deeply resounding form of the Vintage Modified Baritone Jazzmaster guitar.

Tuned A to A and featuring the 30” scale length of a short-scale bass, it lends a rumbling baritone sonic character all its own to your sound and features the authentic vintage-style look of Fender’s seldom-seen Antigua finish, with a matching pickguard. Fingerboard binding and white pearloid block inlays impart even more elegance, and that deep one-of-a-kind twang rocks loud and clear from a pair of Dual Duncan Designed single-coil Jazzmaster pickups. All together, the Vintage Modified Baritone Jazzmaster makes for a singularly exciting Squier playing experience.

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