Fender Squier Standard Strat RW Reviews
Product Type: Fender guitars and bass guitars
Description:Brand: Fender / Guitar Type: Electric Guitar
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Customer Fender Squier Standard Strat RW Reviews (5)
by - written on 02/07/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Squier guitars almost exclusively make cheaper copies of guitars made by it's big brother, Fender. Probably one of the most famous guitars in the world is the Strat, and here's squiers take on the model. Now some people tend to look down on Squiers as cheap knock off Fenders, when in reality they are made to the same standards and measurements as Fender but made with cheaper materials in countries with cheaper labour. Often seen as a beginners guitar, and it is quiet obvious why. When I am asked what guitar a beginner should get often a squier or a Yamaha is the answer. The consistency is there with Squiers, no matter what shop you go ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/08 (Very useful, 124 readings)
Now I have been playing the electric guitar for a few years, and my first guitar was in fact a Fender Squier Strat, although I have played it many a time, to this day it is still in brilliant nick. I have bought few other guitars, but it is still one of my favorites, the sound isn't the best but still pretty good, and the reliability makes up for it. I am currently in a band, and can play this guitar for hours in practice and in gigs, and still sound good and in tune. I myself use a huge amount of distortion and it sounds great, and even without it can still can give you goosebumps! You can use this as your main gig-playing guitar and not have to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/08 (Useful, 262 readings)
This guitar is made by the same factories as the "normal" Fender guitars and is of almost the same quality; just a reduced price tag. There are 2 types of Squier, and the Standard is the better of the 2. This guitar has everything the more expensive models have, and I have even seen some people performing on stage with these types rather than the full-price Strats. It is of a medium weight, and generally speaking, you will need to factor in the cost of a gig bag to carry it in, leads, plectrums, a stand and an amplifier, but even then it's still great value as a starter guitar. The colours and designs are more limited than its more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/10 (Useful, 13 readings)
This was my very first guitar, and it was definitely worth the money. Essentially, Squiers are cheaper versions of Stratocasters (which have become one of the most famous guitar makes). Don't let the price fool you though, Squiers are good guitars, with good sound range. They are perfect for any beginner guitarists out there. Another advantage of the Squier is how readily available they are; go into any decent music shop, and they will have at least one of these available and ready to jam on. This is also good should you wish to customise your guitar later on, as many, many parts are already on the market which you can use to adapt your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/11 (Somewhat useful, 17 readings)
It almost goes without saying, there are much much better guitars available out there, but for a beginner buying a first guitar, the Fender Squier Strat is perfect. I have been playing guitar for 8 years now, since i was 12, and my parents bought me a Squier Strat for my first guitar. At the time, i didn't really know much about guitars and didn't understand why one guitar was better than another, but now i've realised that the Squier Strat is perfect for beginning to play electric guitar. It's cheap, reliable, and has everything that the regular Fender Strat, except it's lower in price. It is pretty basic, but that is why it is ideal for beginner guitarists. I still ... Read the complete review
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