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Favorite Guitars From Namm 2019

We’ve had a few weeks to reflect on this years NAMM announcements / demos and here are some of our favorites from this year’s show!

The Fender Squier Classic Vibe line sees some great updates for 2019 including new ’60s Jazzmasters, ’70s Jaguars, and ’70s Mustangs!

There are also a couple interesting new guitars in the limited ‘Alternate Reality’ series. They are the Meteora HH and the Powercaster.

See photos of these guitars below. For more details check out the Fender Shop at https://shop.fender.com or your favorite retailers.

Classic Vibe ’70s Jaguar – Surf Green
Classic Vibe ’70s Jaguar – Black
Classic Vibe ’70s Jaguar – 3 Color Sunburst
Classic Vibe ’60s Mustang – Vintage White
Classic Vibe ’60s Mustang – Sonic Blue
Classic Vibe ’60s Jazzmaster – Sonic Blue
Classic Vibe ’60s Jazzmaster – Olympic White – Left Handed
Classic Vibe ’60s Jazzmaster – Olympic White
Classic Vibe ’60s Jazzmaster – 3 Color Sunburst
Alternate Reality Powercaster – White Opal
Alternate Reality Powercaster – Surf Green
Alternate Reality Powercaster – 3 Color Sunburst
Alternate Reality Meteora HH – Lake Placid Blue
Alternate Reality Meteora HH – Candy Apple Red

NAMM 2016 – Guitars of Interest

Here are some guitar highlights from NAMM 2016. If you’re looking for more in-depth coverage off all the NAMM happenings please check out news sites like MusicRadar.

We posted these guitars to our facebook page over the last week and it was interesting to see which guitars received the most interest and engagement. The order below is from most interest to least according to our facebook stats.

1 – Squier – Ryan Jarman model – There was no “official” info on this guitar but a lucky instagram user got a look.

2 – Ibanez Talman line – new finishes and configurations

3 – Ibanez NDM4 – Noodles Signature updates

4 – Earnie Ball Music Man St. Vincent model

5 – Reverend Billy Corgan Signature

Are You A Squier Super-Sonic Fan?

The squier super-sonic was not around very long but it has continued to gather quite a loyal following.  As the super-sonics were only produced between 1996 and 1998 they are becoming more and more rare (and pricey!) as each year goes by.

Squier Super-Sonic
Squier Super-Sonic

I have to admit I was not a big fan of them back in the 90s as the silver and blue sparkle finishes really turned me off them.  The Olympic White and Black models looked much better but it seemed like all the guitar stores were carrying only the sparkle colors and not the solid colors.

So how many Squier SuperSonic fans are out there?  Leave some comments to tell us why you like it so much.

Squier by Fender Logo
Squier by Fender Logo

If you want to show off your supersonic drop in on this thread where NathanStang75 has posted some great photos of his Olympic White supersonic. [supersonic forum url]

Plus take a look at some of his great photos below.

NathanStan75's Squier Supersonic
NathanStang75's Squier Supersonic

NathanStang75's Squier Supersonic
NathanStang75's Squier Supersonic

NathanStang75's Squier Supersonic
NathanStang75's Squier Supersonic

Plus check out this great youtube video of a supersonic.

[youtube OOguYgs–MI]
url: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOguYgs–MI