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Get ahead of Black Friday with $50 off this Squier Classic Vibe '60s Strat

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The Squier Classic Vibe series has become a byword for value in electric guitars with specs that actually make these instruments rivals to some of Fender's own models. This '60s Stratocaster is no exception and with $50 off at Sweetwater, it feels like the Black Friday guitar deals have started to land early.

The Olympic White finish here is exclusive to Sweetwater in the US too – making this an even more special buy. 

Squier Classic Vibe Stratocaster '60s

Squier Classic Vibe '60s Stratocaster: was $449, now $399 at Sweetwater
Get a classic
Stratocaster deal this Black Friday with a special finish in Olympic White and vintage-style pickups and tremolo. Classic Vibe Squiers are rarely on sale so grab this while you can! 

Along with a trio of alnico Fender-designed single-coil pickups and a vintage-style synchronised tremolo to capture a range of classic Strat tones from Hendrix to Gilmour and John Mayer, this model includes a bone nut to enhance resonance.

A comfortable C-shape neck widens the appeal, while the mint-green pickguard here adds to the vintage vibe that harks back to the Strat's golden era. 

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Squier Classic Vibe '60s Stratocaster

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Squier Classic Vibe '60s Stratocaster

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The Classic Vibe range is a premium Squier series and a great option for new players who want to invest in a guitar they can go the distance with, but this is a well-appointed Strat for anyone. From modders to players that just want a superb example of a classic model at a great price.

Sweetwater even goes the extra step to give players the option of picking out the exact guitar you want – and even states the weight of each one. 

For more great offers, be sure to check our guides to the best Black Friday music deals and Sweetwater Black Friday deals

Rob Laing

I'm the Guitars Editor for MusicRadar, handling news, reviews, features, tuition, advice for the strings side of the site and everything in between. Before that I worked on guitar magazines for 15 years, including Editor of Total Guitar.