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Fender Stratocaster [1965-1984]

STC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the Stratocaster series

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MGR/M@iLMGR/M@iL

Squier Stratocaster

Fender Stratocaster [1965-1984]Published on 01/13/05 at 15:00
Bought at a local music store for $480.

Almost everything! The neck feel is there... and what i like most is the affordabilty of this instrument and better, its made by fender!!!

The only flaw of this guitar is the pick-ups. But that depends where is it made from or manufacture from. If your squier strat is china and indonesian made, expect the worse to happen from the pickups. Most recommended get a Korean or Mexican made Squier Guitars..theirs have the quality!

Overall its "ALMOST" like a fender...only the name at the headstock adds "SQUIER" hehe! ANd since mine is Korean made Squier Strat, i would say the workmanship rating is 8/10.

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Bought at a local music store for $480.

Almost everything! The neck feel is there... and what i like most is the affordabilty of this instrument and better, its made by fender!!!

The only flaw of this guitar is the pick-ups. But that depends where is it made from or manufacture from. If your squier strat is china and indonesian made, expect the worse to happen from the pickups. Most recommended get a Korean or Mexican made Squier Guitars..theirs have the quality!

Overall its "ALMOST" like a fender...only the name at the headstock adds "SQUIER" hehe! ANd since mine is Korean made Squier Strat, i would say the workmanship rating is 8/10.

*no comments*

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MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

Fender Stratocaster

Fender Stratocaster [1965-1984]Published on 01/06/05 at 15:00
I was actually looking for an attractive beer coaster to sit on my coffee table but instead I found myself at a garage sale. I was looking through the discarded rock memorabilia when, I saw the strat. I picked it up and said "hey this sure makes a good axe I i've never played a fucking note in my life" as I cracked the seller over the head with it. In the end he sleeper held me so I wrestled him down to a cigarette and my jeans for the strat.

Being a virgin to the guitar world I took home the strat and placed it on my coffee table and said "damn this sure is a waste of good jeans", in my rage i booted the axed shaped piece of wood through my backyard window. The sound it made was sweet...…
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I was actually looking for an attractive beer coaster to sit on my coffee table but instead I found myself at a garage sale. I was looking through the discarded rock memorabilia when, I saw the strat. I picked it up and said "hey this sure makes a good axe I i've never played a fucking note in my life" as I cracked the seller over the head with it. In the end he sleeper held me so I wrestled him down to a cigarette and my jeans for the strat.

Being a virgin to the guitar world I took home the strat and placed it on my coffee table and said "damn this sure is a waste of good jeans", in my rage i booted the axed shaped piece of wood through my backyard window. The sound it made was sweet as a nut, so im guessing this is how you play the guitar.

Its not as aerodynamic as i thought it would be and now it has all this dents and stratchs in it.

It has survived my brutal rage so i must be pretty damn good

You have come this far and really you should have given up reading this review a long time ago! :)

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MGR/Epi Fan.MGR/Epi Fan.

Fender Stratocaster

Fender Stratocaster [1965-1984]Published on 12/01/04 at 15:00
I picked this unit up at a local Guitar
Center outlet.
I paid $300.
I like strats.

I love the black finish. I prefer maple necks on the Strat.
This guitar has plenty of twang, and fair
mids and bass.
The action is perfect!

What's not to like?

Overall construction B+ (hey nobody's perfect right)?

This is another classic guitar to add to my collection.
I would recommend this "pig" to anyone!
Have Fun!

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MGR/Guy the guitaristMGR/Guy the guitarist

Squier Stratocaster

Fender Stratocaster [1965-1984]Published on 11/23/04 at 15:00
I got this guitar for £199.99 at argos. I got it because there were other guitars more expensive but this price was fine.

You can play this guitar really easy, the frets really easy to solo on.

The sound is a bit like a banjo on the fender amp but on a marshall its pretty good.

This guitar has a pretty good structure but it isn't the best.

This is a good guitar for beginers.

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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: Stratocaster [1965-1984]
  • Series: Stratocaster
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/30/2013

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