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Squier FSR Standard Strat Olympic White HSS Electric Guitar
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The Squier FSR Standard Olympic White HSS Stratocaster has a humbucker pickup at the bridge and 2 single-coils for the bridge and middle pickups. Com...Read More
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A flexible 2 single coil/1 humbucker Standard Strat.
The Squier FSR Standard Olympic White HSS Stratocaster has a humbucker pickup at the bridge and 2 single-coils for the bridge and middle pickups. Comes from the factory with a completely white body with no pickguard. This is one of the most pristine looking guitars you'll ever play. A matching white headstock completes the virgin snow effect.
The Squier Stratocaster has a proud heritage and a sweet price. The contoured solid alder body is the same world-renowned style that fueled the fires of Hendrix, Clapton, SRV, and thousands more. Genuine die-cast tuners provide unprecedented tuning stability in this price range. The headstock is the classic '70s "big" style. The maple neck with rosewood fretboard plays fast and feels great. Your Squier Standard Strat will keep its value far better than any no-name copy.
- Body: Basswood
- Neck: Maple, C-Shape, (Polyurethane Finish)
- Fretboard: Rosewood, 9.5" Radius (241 mm)
- Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
- No Pickguard
- Chrome Hardware
- Synchronous Twin-Pivot Tremolo (Chrome Plate with Satin Saddles) Machines
- 2 Magnet Single-Coil Pickups Alnico & 1 humbucking pickup
- 5 Blade pickup switch
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I own this one and the Special Edition Walnut version. Both play very well. I used to be an Ibanez man, but Squier is making me change my mind. All I did was change to some Dr Medium strings, put on an extra spring and set the bridge a little lower..and man does she scream. Don't think twice about this axe....buy it now! It looks way better in person thn in the pics. You wont be sorry.
The finish on this guitar is flawless and VERY glossy. The frets were polished and finished to perfection. Even the painted headstock is especially well done. The pictures don't do it justice. The strings are Fender bullets, 10's. After about 4 tunings, the new strings were sufficiently stretched and now it stays tuned for days. My meter doesn't lie. I lowered treble side of the bridge just a little bit to suit my taste and that was all it needed. This guitar is VERY easy to adjust. The color gives this guitar a lot of stage presence. It changes with the colors af the stage lighting. Wear dark colors and it really stands out. The 5-way tone switch is icing on the cake. Nice balanced sounding pickups too! Not too much bite, and very clear.
I bought this as a special deal. Well I'll tell you what, it wasn't even worth that, the paint is terrible on the headstock and around the "horns" of the body, brown specks everywhere, there was a chip in the neck by the fretboard, and the pickups sound worse than my squier '51, neat idea, but buy a regular squier strat you'll be much happier, and it's cheaper, or spend an extra few bucks and buy a fender MIM strat.