This Squier Vintage Modified Cabronita Telecaster may have a made-up word for its name, but there's nothing fake about it. A portmanteau of cabrón (literally, “big goat,” but also “bastard”) and the suffix -ita (“little”), cabronita means Little Bastard, and the guitar itself mirrors that style of wordplay: a streamlined telecaster with sound big enough to tangle with even the toughest cabróns. Featuring a Maple neck and fingerboard that contrasts its daunting all-black Basswood body with stark white pickguard, this tele can do plenty of work with its matching Fideli'Tron humbuckers. The Squier Vintage Modified Cabronita Telecaster—at an affordable price, this Little Bastard is a perfect guitar for beginners and veterans alike.
||Basswood with Polyurethane finish
||Maple with Modern “C” shape
||22 Medium Jumbo
||2 Fideli'Tron Humbuckers
||6-Saddle Chrome String-Through Body Tele with Stamped Saddles
||3-Way; Master Volume