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Any one have opion about this Unusual Fender Squire x155 hollowbody humbuker Jazz arch top.What would be the strings for this arch top. Any one here have one or have had one.Do They Hold sustain well? Is it a crisp tone or more resonate lower tone? and any Info on the Bridge is welcomed. Thanks _-")

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  • One man's .008s are another's .014s. Entirely personal preference, although a lot of jazzers prefer thicker to thinner, for a more rounded sound. – Tim Aug 27 '18 at 9:19
  • hi jayjackson - this type of question isn't a good fit here, I'm sorry. – Doktor Mayhem Aug 29 '18 at 10:07
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The X-155 is indeed a fairly rare guitar, by the usual Squier standards. The Squier factory model number was 034-2000.

Made in Korea between 2002 and 2005. A very short run.

She is a single cutaway hollow body jazz guitar, fashioned to resemble the Gibson ES-175. She features a maple body, arched maple top, and a set maple neck.

She has two 'Seymour Duncan Designed' humbucker pickups, and was available in the Natural finish, Tobacco Sunburst, or what Squier called 'White Heat' (Cobalt Blue with white flames).

Every player has their own preference when it comes to strings, but whenever I have owned a jazz guitar, I found that Ernie Ball Regular Slinky's (10 thru 46's) worked really well.

I hope this helps.

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