Step into the Paranormal with Squier's new range for 2020

The Toronado, Cyclone, Super-Sonic, Offset Telecaster, Cabronita Telecaster and '54 Jazz Bass are back with a bang! The new releases are available to preorder now, and will ship in summer/autumn 2020. Let's take a look at what is on offer.


           Squier Paranormal Toronado

The Toronado was first launched back in 1998, and teamed a modified offset shape with dual humbuckers. Its Squier revival features a slim, gloss-finished C-shaped neck with Gibson-like 24.75” scale length, hardtail bridge, and individual volume and tone controls for its pair of high-output Atomic humbuckers.



           Squier Paranormal Offset Telecaster

A favourite at A Strings (Adam has TWO!), the Offset Telecaster combines Tele specs with the Jazzmaster body shape. The most affordable incarnation yet boasts two Fender-Designed Alnico single coils, string-through-body hardtail bridge and gloss-finished slim C-shaped neck.



           Squier Paranormal Cyclone

The Cyclone dates back to 1997, with a Mustang-inspired shape but with a little extra body mass. Squier’s Paranormal version features a poplar body, Stratocaster vintage-style tremolo, Jaguar controls and a trio of Fender-Designed single coils. Like the Toronado, it features a 24.75” scale length and slim C-shaped neck.



           Squier Paranormal Super-Sonic

The original reverse-offset Super-Sonic actually began life as a Squier model launched in 1997. This latest version features dual Atomic humbuckers, a C-shape neck profile, narrow 1.5” nut width and vintage-style tremolo. Not to mention that ace reverse headstock.



           Squier Paranormal Cabronita Telecaster Thinline

Tele-meets-Gretsch Cabronita Telecaster! It returns here with a similar semi-hollow look, but a set of Alnico Jazzmaster single coils fill the pickup cavities. Elsewhere, there’s a string-through body hardtail bridge and gloss-finished slim C-shaped neck.



           Squier Paranormal Baritone Cabronita Telecaster

Squier has lowered the Cabronita’s tone with a 27” scale length, as well as the same Alnico single coils that appear on its non-baritone sibling. It packs a solid poplar body, too. Let's get low!



           Squier Paranormal Jazz Bass ’54

The Paranormal Jazz Bass ’54 teams Fender-Designed Jazz Bass pickups with 1954 Precision Bass styling. It features a C-shaped neck profile, narrow 1.5” nut width, vintage-style bridge and tuning machines, dual concentric volume and tone controls and a ’50s-style pickguard.

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