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  • Color: Negro
  • Construcción: Cuerpo sólido
  • Forma del cuerpo: Modelo Strat
  • Número de cuerdas: 6 cuerdas
  • Construcción mástil: Mástil atornillado

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Peso del producto4 Kg
Dimensiones del producto113 x 10,2 x 37,5 cm
Número de modelo del producto0310005506
Número de cuerdas 6
País de producciónindonesia
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Producto en desde4 de noviembre de 2014
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- Color: Negro
- Construcción: Cuerpo sólido
- Forma del cuerpo: Modelo Strat
- Número de cuerdas: 6 cuerdas
- Construcción mástil: Mástil atornillado

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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not as good as the ones from 2012!!! 21 de octubre de 2014
Por CALVIN W LEE - Publicado en
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I just received my Squier Strat HSS today from Amazon & I have to say that I am a bit disappointed. While still decent guitars for the money (and for guitar students), the new ones are simply not as good as the ones from 2012. Back in 2012, I ordered a Squier Bullet Strat HSS (Brown Sunburst), also from Amazon, & was quite impressed with the quality of it. So much so, in fact, that a couple of weeks later, I ordered another one as a backup. I'm definitely glad I did that at the time, because the new ones are built to a lesser standard. Aside from the sound, there was virtually no difference in quality between that HSS & my Squier Standard Stratocaster (Cherry Sunburst) that I bought that same year.

Today, when I took my new Black Squier Strat HSS out of the box, I immediately noticed that it felt lighter. So, I put it on the scale & it weighed 6.0 pounds. I then put my older Brown Sunburst HSS on the scale & it read 7.8 pounds. I plugged the new guitar into the amp, set the volume to the same level as the older one, & noticed that the humbucking pickup did not sound as "fat" or loud as the old one. I think they are now using cheaper potentiometers. On a positive note, the new HSS pickups are quieter than the old ones with virtually no humming. Looking at the pickup covers, the new ones have some small holes on the covers (probably to allow a tool to grip it during installation). Not to nit-pick, but there was also a drop of solder that had fallen onto the pickguard & a bit on the side of one of the tone knobs. At least the pickguard had clear plastic over it, so the solder came off when I removed the plastic. However, it remains on the tone knob. The volume knob & both tone knobs do not turn as smoothly as the older ones. The older HSS knobs had a nice smooth feel to them when turned. The knobs, on the new one, do not glide as smoothly & generally have a cheap feel to them when turned.

It's interesting to note that the newer Squier HSS (at least this one) is made in Indonesia & the ones from 2012 were made in China. Several years ago, much of the guitars being made in Asia were coming from Indonesia & South Korea. These days, it's usually China. And in general, I have found that the older Indonesian made guitars (Fender, Epiphone, & Yamaha) were of a higher quality. But such is not the case here, and I can only conclude that Fender (Squier) has made a cost-cutting move & are now using cheaper materials. Even my Fender Starcaster guitar (from 2010) has a higher quality feel to it than this new HSS. Being a fairly small person (154 pounds), I liked the Starcaster & Bullet Strats because of their slightly smaller size & weight (compared to the standard models). But I'm afraid the new ones are just a little too light & feel a bit too cheap. Although still a good student guitar, I have to say that they are just not the fantastic bargains that they used to be. You are no longer getting more than what you paid for. 3 Stars for the new ones, 4.5 for the old ones.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Just gorgeous 12 de diciembre de 2014
Por Wayfinder - Publicado en
Estilo: HSSTamaño: GuitarColor: Blanco ártico Compra verificada
This is a physically beautiful guitar, handles well, arrived in pristine condition... and when my neighbor heard it played she was highly complimentary of how good it sounded. For around $100 there ir probably no better guitar buy on the market-- an official Fender and the quality that represents.

When I first received it and tuned it up I actually regretted buying it. Ewww it sounded awful. I forgot the maxim of buying new guitars: give the strings time to settle. By that evening and a few stretch-in tunings later, even the factory-provided strings sounded wonderful and I was VERY pleased with the purchase. I can only imagine how good it will sound when I put my favorite strings on this guitar... as those strings typically make any guitar I've ever used sound twice as good as off-the-shelf.

I have never once bought an off-the-shelf guitar that didn't require adjusting. This guitar was an exception. The action was good straight out of the box. The neck is perfectly straight, the frets are all aligned properly. There is literally nothing I can find on this Strat that needed modding. That comes as a significant and pleasant surprise.

Some folks report their guitars came in dinged or scratched or other significant problems. After seeing this I wouldn't settle for that; this guitar arrived double-box protected and there's no reason this model should be in less than excellent condition. Even at this price, I'd insist on the quality for which Fender is known.

So from where I'm sitting strumming this stunning beauty of a guitar: 5 stars... and what a fantastic buy! I don't think one could even come close to this quality in an off-the-line instrument anywhere near this price... and the Fender Strat sound comes with it. : )

What I'd do with this: if you're satisfied with the sound, don't touch it. However if you want a killer guitar for very little money, replace the single pickups with lipsticks, P-90 single-slots, or single-slot rod humbuckers. That would be an extra investment of $20 to $30 and worth every penny.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas the best guitar i have ever played 19 de febrero de 2015
Por Steve - Publicado en
Estilo: HSSTamaño: GuitarColor: Blanco ártico Compra verificada
The best guitar I have ever played dont listen to any negative reviews I got this guitar sounding better than real fender strat just a few adjustmants with the neck and the bridge there ard plenty of videos on you tube to do this its absolutely incredible I plan on buying at least 3 more ive been playing guitar for 30 years an I i can honestly say this guitar has the best tone ive ever heard it took about 1 hour to adjust everything the way I like it. for you might like it just the way it is I have a usa fender strat and I can't believe the bullet has better tone and action buy this guitar the best 100 dollars ive ever spent
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas but it seems sturdy. Was easy to tune and play a few ... 9 de marzo de 2017
Por Amanda J. - Publicado en
Estilo: HSSTamaño: GuitarColor: Blanco ártico Compra verificada
Still a beginner, but the HSS seems sturdy. Was easy to tune and play a few chords on until my amp died on me (it was old, and cheap, and sadly lived a less than fulfilling life), I'll edit this in a few months when I get better and know what I'm actually doing.

Only reason for 4/5 stars is a tiny little imperfection in the pick guard, smaller than the size of an eraser, and only noticeable up close and from a certain angle - too insignificant to warrant the hassle of returning.

Edited to add photos and the HSS bit.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas You can gig with it if you know what your doin' 22 de agosto de 2015
Por Rick from Westport, MA - Publicado en
Estilo: HSSTamaño: GuitarColor: Blanco ártico Compra verificada
I love this strat. Artic White HSS. It is light weight and the tone is great. I have been gigging since I was 14 and I am 57 now. I have too many guitars and amps to list. But I will say I have lots of Fender strats.. the real ones. I also have quite a few Squiers. Can it compare to a $1000 or $2000 guitar? I think it depends on what you are comparing. Brand new strats used to cost $325 back in the mid 70s and a Les Paul was in the $500 range. Times have changed!

I'm glad I am not saying this on a the strat or tele forum or I would get flamed. I have been leaving my expensive guitars at home for years and gigging with Squiers. I used to sand the Squier name off and play with a blank headstock. I don't even do that anymore. I love it when musicians ask me if it really is a Squier when I walk off stage for a break.

Let me explain why I love the Squier Bullet Strats. My first strat was a 1965 Fender strat and I have played it to death since 1970. I have always tried to find a strat that came close to feel and weight and sound of my 1965. Those were made from basswood, I think, and are feather weight.

None of the Fender strats over the years have compared to my 65. Fender changed the neck shape, the body thickness and size etc. The first time I picked up a Squier strat was just for kicks at a local guitar center 4 or 5 years ago just to see how crappy it was.....BIG SURPRISE. It was the first time a strat felt like my pride and joy 1965.

I have been using Squiers ever since. Sometimes I play them stock. Sometimes I will switch in my good pickguard that has high quality pickups. I tend to change the nut to a graph tech nut. Strat tone that we all know. I know how to work on guitars so these cheap instruments work for me..... I consider them a tool like a mechanic would his wrench. I have no emotional connection to these guitars, they are cheap workhorses for me. Love'm.

My latest Squier Bullet has seen almost 2 months of rehearsals and gigs STOCK. This evening I put a Graph Tech nut on it. I play it strung with .10s or .11s tuned 1/2 step down. No issues with the neck bowing under tension with the heavier strings...the trussrod works.

.11s require an additional spring on the trem. That's it. I'll probably be buying a couple more this year as I sell off some gear.