Squier Stratocaster Guitars

The Fender Stratocaster is the world’s most renowned electric guitar design. Adored for its timeless looks and versatile electronics, Squier Stratocaster guitars are inexpensive alternatives that still possess the essential Strat features.

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Squier Stratocaster Guitars

Squier represents the affordable side of the Fender brand. Producing officially-licensed Fender designs, Squier guitars are made to the exact same measurements as their parent company’s models. And ultimately, Squier instruments offer that genuine Fender feel and tone for just a fraction of the price.

Squier Bullet Series Stratocasters

The Squier Stratocaster range starts at the Bullet series. At just around the £100 mark, this range encompasses what are regarded as the bestselling starter guitars. With a standard Strat configuration, Bullet models mostly feature hardtail bridges instead of tremolos so that their tuning can remain more stable.

Squier Affinity Series Stratocasters

The Affinity series is the next step up. Still made up of entry-level instruments, Squier Affinity Stratocasters feature tremolo systems so that you can experiment with vibrato effects. Available in a range of cool colours, some Affinity models also come equipped with a bridge humbucker instead of a trio of single-coils. Guitars with this H/S/S pickup configuration are slightly more versatile and are better suited to overdriven or distorted guitar tones.

Squier Contemporary Series Stratocasters

Squier guitars are not all simply for beginners. That’s because their more expensive models can be suitable for even well-seasoned players, especially those that are looking for exceptional value-for-money. The Contemporary series features guitars that will appeal specifically to rock and metal players; equipped with powerful humbuckers. These hot-rodded instruments also come in some interesting colours!

Squier Classic Vibe Series Stratocasters

Strats from Squier’s Classic Vibe series hearken back to Fender’s ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s models. With old-school finishes and specifications, fans of classic Fenders will adore their time-honoured features.