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jagsonic wrote:is this thing new - or just new to me? http://www.thomann.de/de/fender_sq_cv_ ... ng_lpb.htm
Looks to be new, just up on Andertons for pre-order as of 6 days ago.

http://www.andertons.co.uk/brands/squi ... ingerboard
Might be new to Europe, I think we’ve had them for a year or two.
There was a US model in a similar finish, and that Squier was available in other finishes. Maybe you have them confused?
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Post: # 1412351Post BearBoy »

The CV Mustangs aren't new but the LPB is an FSR colour (they're usually just available in Sonic Blue and Vintage White over here). The earlier VM ones used to come in Fiesta Red too.
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Weird, wonder why it took so long to get over here?
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They didn't have Ls and Es in America to pay the sailors for the shipment
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Someone needs to take those white pickup covers out and throw them on the ground
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jagsonic wrote:is this thing new - or just new to me? http://www.thomann.de/de/fender_sq_cv_ ... ng_lpb.htm

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Looks absolutely gorgeous to me
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I'd do the opposite and put white knobs and switches on it
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Post: # 1412421Post jagsonic »

robroe wrote:Someone needs to take those white pickup covers out and throw them on the ground
think it's not a major problem to do 8)
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Post: # 1412423Post Doog »

Although, if they're anything like the VM pickups, those covers are glued-on...
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Doog wrote:Although, if they're anything like the VM pickups, those covers are glued-on...
really?!? not so nice...
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Post: # 1412494Post Doog »

Yeah, man; not ideal. It's definitely possible to get them off (think they're just glued down the sides), but it's not a quick change for sure.
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Post: # 1412498Post Nick »

My bronco bass was like that too
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