Squire Affinity Series Stratocaster Reviews
Product Type: Spector guitars and bass guitars
Newest Review: ... signing autographs. The Squier Affinity series is middle ground in terms of the cost of the Stratocasters that Squier make. ... more
Customer Squire Affinity Series Stratocaster Reviews (4)
by - written on 09/01/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Squier Affinity Stratocaster HSS Overview Awhile back I decided to buy my first real 6-string, but not at the five and dime. I did some research. No, that's not quite right. I did A LOT of research. There are a bewildering array of guitars on the market. Even when you group them by company, you will find all sorts of shapes and styles. It doesn't stop there. You are soon plunged into a whole new language. One with terms like synchronised tremolo. Strung through alder body. Rosewood fretboards. Low action. Neck radius. Medium jumbo frets. Scale length. Stoptail bridges. Single coils, p90s and humbucking pickups. The dreaded truss rod. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/12 (Very useful, 125 readings)
Squire Affinity Series Stratocaster Following the disaster with the LP style electric guitar I had purchased for my son at Christmas, he really needed another one to continue with his playing, but money doesn't grow on trees and I was finding it difficult to get the money together to buy yet another guitar. If it wasn't for the fact he was doing so well with his playing, I would have made him wait. But as it happens we came to an agreement where he would pay for the guitar in instalments, he really wanted this new guitar and to be fair I wanted him to have it too, so I went ahead and bought him this Squire Affinity Series Stratocaster. This guitar ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/12 (Useful, 18 readings)
My first ever guitar was a Squire Stratocaster copy just like this. I owned it for over ten years & it still played as well as when I first got it. Eventually I upgraded to better guitars but for a beginner or casual player this is a great place to start. I paid £165 back in the day & I'd expect to pay from there up to just over £200 today. A very good price for a well made & reliable guitar. It's an electric guitar so you'll need a small amplifier to hear it back properly & do it justice, these can be acquired for very little or you can spend more on larger & better quality equipment if you wish or as your skill level ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/12 (Somewhat useful, 3 readings)
Oh, what is there to possibly say about the Affinity Stratocaster that hasn't been said before? Well, the Squire company is a subsidiary of Fender, which means you'll already get good quality. This guitar is an amazing guitar for a beginner. It's got a nice sleek neck, and the body itself is relatively light. It has triple pickups and a 5 setting toggle, allowing you to play a myriad of different styles. From rock to jazz and almost everything a beginner should learn in order to move up to the more intense and fast styles, you can use this guitar to get the job done. I played this guitar for 3 years. It was my second guitar, my first being a Wal-mart First Act ... Read the complete review
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