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  • (Call Tone: (Top of Page)) Mono electronic tone heard when a sub calls a master station. This tone can also be heard when a master calls a sub by depressing the designated buttons for calling by tone.

1996 Squier Pro Tone Thinline Telecaster - Model # 033-3802-x38 (Bordellocaster)
1996 Squier Pro Tone Thinline Telecaster - Model # 033-3802-x38 (Bordellocaster)
The Pro-Tone series of Telecasters, Stratocasters and P/J Basses was produced from 1996 to1998 and featured a solid ash body, 1-piece maple neck, and three single-coil alnico pickups. The series was manufactured in Korea (many in the Cort factory) and was available in a handful of finishes: vintage blonde, crimson red, black, three-tone sunburst, trans-sapphire blue and Olympic white. The crimson red, and trans-sapphire blue finishes came with gold hardware. There was a special edition Pro-Tone called the 'Fat Strat' that had a black finish with a matching black headstock, 22 frets, a bridge humbucker, and a Floyd Rose double locking tremolo. There was also a "Fat Tele" that featured a natural finish, rosewood fretboard and humbucker pickups. The Thinline Telecaster featured a unique f-hole design not found on other Fender/Squier Thinline Telecasters, and is possibly the rarest of the series. The Pro-Tone Series also feature a special Squier decal on the headstock that was styled to resemble the vintage Fender spaghetti logo, and included a smaller "Pro Tone" decal on the end of the headstock. In spite of having a Squier decal, these are a well-crafted guitar that sold for a low price and rivaled most "Made in Mexico" and USA-made Fenders made at the time. It is believed that because of their quality, these guitars began to eat into the sales of the more expensive USA Fenders. Fender discontinued the Pro-Tone series in 1998 and dedicated the Squier brand to lower-end product lines.
Squier Pro Tones
Squier Pro Tones
The Pro-Tone series of Telecasters, Strats and Basses was produced from 1996 to1998 and featured a solid ash body, 1-piece maple neck, and three single-coil alnico pickups. The Pro-Tone line was manufactured in Korea (many in the Cort factory) and was available in a handful of finishes: vintage blonde, crimson red, black, three-tone sunburst, trans-sapphire blue and Olympic white. The crimson red, and trans-sapphire blue finishes came with gold hardware. There was a special edition Pro-Tone called the 'Fat Strat' which came in black with a black painted headstock, 22 frets, a bridge humbucker, and a Floyd Rose double locking tremolo. There was also a "Fat Tele" that featured a natural finish, rosewood fretboard and humbucker pickups. Even though these guitars featured a Squier logo on the headstock, they were a very well made guitar that rivaled most "Made in Mexico" and USA-made Fenders. Fender discontinued the Pro-Tone series after deciding to use the Squire brand exclusively for low-end, low-budget guitars.

ringtones call tones
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