Demo of the Squier Telecaster Classic Vibe by Lemg

Here is a demo of the distorted sounds of the Squier Telecaster Classic Vibe. Clean sound of the Marshall JMP-1 preamp, amplified by a Valvestate 8008 and two Marshall 2×12 cabinets with their original speakers.

I used different pedals to obtain these gain levels. In order of appearance:

  • Danelectro Cool Cat Transparent Overdrive
  • Boss BD-2
  • Line6 DM-4 Fuzz Face simulation

I also used a phaser (Line6 MM-4) and a slight delay on the final tone. As for the rest, you can hear how the Squier behave on the field of distorted sounds.

That’s an excellent alternative for those who won’t (or can’t most probably) afford an original Telecaster, but still want to try this famous and supposedly not versatile guitar. Metal lovers, this last remark is for you: You can use a Telecaster, at least if you don’t plug it in a Jazz Chorus.



About Sem

I am the founder of Muzicosphere (that also exists in a French version). In 2011, I also created Guitar Fail, the Guitar LOL place to be. And before that I created GAS a GoGo, a gear giveaways blog in French.

One comment

  1. La telecaster est aussi bien adaptée a des rythmes bluesy cleans. Des riffs métalleux sonnent tres bien aussi (cf.rage against the machine, c’est une telecaster) ou encore le jeune prodige mattrach qui joue des riffs des fois hards avec sa telecaster. D’autant plus que la calssic vibe dépasse au niveau des sonorités pas mal des vraies fender (cf. mexicaines)

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