Squier SA-105CE SB

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Acoustic Guitar

  • Style: Dreadnought
  • With cutaway
  • Top: Laminated spruce
  • Back and sides: Laminated nato
  • Neck: Nato
  • Fretboard: Lacquered maple
  • 20 Frets
  • Scale length: 643 mm
  • Nut width: 43 mm
  • Lacquered maple bridge with compensated bridge inlay
  • Diecast machine heads
  • Fishman Isys-T pickup system
  • Colour: Sunburst
available since September 2011
Item number 268344
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Top Spruce
Back and Sides Nato
Cutaway Yes
Fretboard Maple
Nut width in mm 43,00 mm
Frets 20
Pickups Yes
Colour Sunburst
Case No
Incl. Gigbag No
£122
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adi.catalin 29.09.2019
This is my first acoustic guitar so I don't have a baseline to compare it to.
Playing guitar is a hobby for me, and I'm still learning to play, so this guitar sounds and feels good enough.

It holds the tuning well even after it stays in the case for a longer time.

Visually it looks great overall. Mine had a little black dot under the lacquer on the yellow part but it's a really minor detail, and the dots on the neck (those visible from above, not the ones from the fretboard) look like were inserted in a sloppy manner - the lacquer is cracked around a few of them.

I didn't change the factory strings, although they feel odd to the touch. I'm not sure how to describe it - they feel maybe a bit sticky, like the slides are not very easy on them.

One aspect that I regret not giving more attention to is that there is no strap button in the front of the guitar. There's one only on the back. If you want to add a strap, you have to know it to the neck.

In short, I'm pleased with the sound and the overall quality for the price. However, if I would go back in time, I would by the Fender FA-125CE instead of this.

Pros: sounds good, tunes fine, affordable price
Cons: no relevant ones
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Great value starter guitar
Gary2162 24.12.2013
We bought this guitar for my son for xmas and i think it is great value for money. I have fenders and a couple of squire electrics but this is the first squire acoustic i have tried.
The overall built quality is good although some of the lower frets have needed dressing as they were quite rough. For someone starting out this may not even be noticeable but as an experienced guitarist its something you pick up on and i have remeadeed this my self.
Again for someone just starting on guitar, especially acoustic this guitar has a nice neck with a lowish action so should not be problem on the fingers.
It was bought as part of the package deal offered including a good quality Thomman gig bag, a selection of picks, a lead and a tuner. I have already suggested to Thomman that as this guitar has a built-in tuner as part of the Fishman pickup system, the supplied tuner is really not required but the package would be better containing a strap, which is the only thing not supplied.
Overal great little starter guitar/package with great service and delivery tracking from Thomman.
Keep up the good work guys totally recommended item
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Good guitar for the price
Michael E. 854 23.10.2015
For 110 euro you can't really go wrong I suppose

Features: Full body construction, Onboard pre amp with tuner
Sound: It was some sort of Fishman pre amp on bored and that does give a good sound from it when it's Plugged in. The tuner isn't too bad either but it can be rather inaccurate sometimes (but I think that depends on the battery level left in the guitar) it has 1 jack input which is durable and has withstood having cables ripped from it at high speeds (A little stupid I know but hey it's only my home guitar)
Quality: Solid body and neck although the body does seem very durable and feels quite cheap. The tuning heads creak a lot and can actually be hard to turn sometimes
Overall I feel like it's a good guitar and if it was lost I would eventually buy it aain because it can take a beating.
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Squier sa- 105ce sb
Bob R. 21.05.2013
A great sound, with or without the use of an amp. Easy to tune, great valus for the money. A good entry level guitar. As a result on seeing mine, a work colleague bought one for his daughter. I tend to use this one more than the other acoustics.
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