Fender Squire Series Reviews
First one (Squire II) cost me 189.00 USD.
New from local music store.
I wanted a second guitar.
Price VS tone.
I have been playing guitar professionally for 43 years. I've owned many Fender models over the years and still possess some.
I agree that when "test driving" the lower end priced models one must be very selective with special attention to the quality and craftsmanship of each guitar tried.
I currently own 4 Squire series models, 2 Strats, a P Bass and a ltd. edition Tele thin-line. I rate these guitars as good, playable and with exceptional tones as any American made model I have owned.
Each guitar should be adjusted (set up) to standard spec.'s relative to the gauge string to be used.
I fully beleive if one does their research and carefully selects a Squire series guitar, they can be proud of thier choice.
Anyone person who smashes any guitar doesn't have a real appraection fro musical instruments, in my opinion.
There is a lot of crap that gets inot the market bu I believe Fender would not want to tarnish their long standing reputation as building quality instruments at any price level.
I say play the damn thing and if it feesl good and sounds good to you buy it.
Only minus I could find is the tremolo system. It can be too stiff,
But I don't use the termolo bar much anyway.
Careful with the fret job!
Some electornics can be cheap.
Some are done well, however and can compete with my American made Fenders.
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