Squier Bullet Stratocaster The Bullet Stratocatser is possibly the best guitar out there in the lower budget range.They offer classic specs, with vintage style tremolo system and pickups.Now, there is the never ending debate on whether or not different types of wood plays a role. Still, having said that, what’s more important is the thickness of the wood, laquer and obviously the pickups.
Keep in mind though that there’s a difference between a setup that you don’t like and a bad setup caused by poor assembly and parts. Over the last decade, Squire has regained much of its old reputation of producing high quality instruments for even the tightest budgets.Some of their models, which I’ve presented here, are very good and well worth checking out regardless of what budget you may have.That’s kind of the point too, considering that MIM models are Fender’s budget brand (above Squier).However, over the last decade or so, the MIMs has gotten a considerable face lift and the overall quality is very high.Some like thick necks and some prefer a thinner contour.
Some like the vintage glossy nitro finish and some prefer the more modern satin finish.Buying a new guitar is a considerable investment for most of us.To get the best possible experience, it is therefore important that you’ve done some research and decided on what kind of model you’re looking for.Although a soft wood, it has a rich and warm tone with a smooth sustain.Basswood has long been favoured by jazz musicians and it can also help to balance a bright punchy maple neck.Like the neck, the wood used for the body, and its quality, plays a role in how the guitar sound.