Squier Paranormal Cabronita Telecaster Thinline in 2 Color Sunburst
Semi-hollow Tele with Jazzmaster Pickups
The Squier Paranormal Cabronita Thinline Telecaster breaks from the traditional Cabronita recipe by subbing 'Tron pickups for a set of Fender-designed alnico Jazzmaster single-coils. The result is a decidedly thicker, glassier response and a tone that's more associated with overblown alt-rock and sultry surf melodies than sock hop and dance hall stylings. The semi-hollow design gives the Paranormal Cabronita Thinline Tele a pleasingly light stage weight and a propensity for sweet, soulful feedback when you crank up to 11. Plus, the string-through-body design enhances sustain to create lingering leads and chords. If you've been searching for an undeniably unique Tele, you've found it with the Squier Paranormal Cabronita Thinline Telecaster.
Thinline Tele body
This F-holed Cabronita Tele features a Thinline semi-hollow poplar body that is light in the hand and full of great tone — even unplugged. Together with its Jazzmaster single-coils, it's a recipe for a good time in virtually any practice or performance setting.
Slim "C" maple neck
Some of Sweetwater's favorite-playing Teles of all time have sported Slim "C" profile maple necks, just like the Paranormal Cabronita Telecaster Thinline. It's a versatile platform for everything from technical lead lines to cowboy chording.
Fender-designed Jazzmaster pickups
Traditional Cabronita Teles are known for the chilly howl and sparkling presence associated with their trademark 'Tron pickups. The Squier Paranormal Cabronita Telecaster Thinline bucks tradition, instead packing a versatile set of alnico Jazzmaster single-coils that are straight out of the Fender playbook.
The Squier Paranormal Series
To create the Paranormal series, the mad scientists at Squier broke down a selection of Fender’s most popular designs to the atomic level and smashed them together, bringing to life some of the coolest aberrant axes we’ve ever seen. Flipped headstocks, Frankenstein electronics, necks on bodies to which they don’t belong — these guitars and basses break all the rules! So, if you’ve ever desired to chuck a set of P-90s into a Cabronita, play a Mustang with the voice of a Strat, or own a J-Bass dressed up as a P-Bass, you’ll love the Squier Paranormal series.