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A beauty that won't put you in the red.
The Squier Bullet HH with tremolo is a simple, affordable and practical guitar designed for beginners and students. This special version has black hardware throughout, even down to the black-taped humbuckers. Includes three-way switching, synchronous tremolo and a maple neck with rosewood fingerboard and 21 frets.
- Basswood body
- Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
- 21 medium jumbo frets
- Dual humbuckers with 3-way switch
Make you or someone happy with this excellent first guitar. Order today.
Bullet HH Stratocaster Electric Guitar with Tremolo Specifications:
- Body: Basswood
- Neck: Maple
- Fingerboard: Rosewood 9.5" Radius
- No. of Frets: 21 Medium Jumbo
- Pickups: 2 Humbucking Pickups
- Controls: Master Volume, Tone, Tone
- Pickup Switching 3-Position Blade:
- Position 1. Bridge Pickup
- Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickup
- Position 3. Neck Pickup
- Bridge: Synchronous Tremolo with Cast Saddles
- Machine Heads: Covered Tuners
- Hardware: Chrome
- Pickguard: 1-Ply White
- Scale Length: 25.5" (648 mm)
- Width at Nut: 1.650" (42 mm)
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Tone
- Solid Electronics
- Budget Tremolo
- Fret Buzz
- Unfinished Neck
- First Guitar
- School Bands
- Student Guitar
Comments about Squier Bullet HH Stratocaster Electric Guitar with Tremolo:
I am an experienced Luthier and purchased the Bullet HH Stratocaster Electric Guitar with Tremolo by Squier, a Fender backed company primarily for the body and neck plus a very killer paint job of metallic Orange [not a common color for Fender products]. This guitar stock out of the box is an very good starter guitar for anyone learning and wants a sound instrument with decent hardware and overall good sound packing some nice factory humbuckers. Once minor set up is done, the guitar stays in tune and will provide a nice punch using either a solid state or tube amp... however, if you are a professional or someone who is accustomed to playing higher end Squires or Fenders, this guitar will not make you happy in its factory state [neck was unfinished a bit, tremolo very low cost, rosewood finger board not finished, frets a bit thin and not sanded well]... So, I gutted this guitar as I wanted a BASSWOOD body, never really found often in strat types from Fender, Squire... I finished the neck with a nice amber high gloss coating, added a brass tremolo bridge set with roller saddles, changed the pick up structure from HH to standard SSS strat, new pick-guard, [I knew the inside routing would be done to allow this], changed the tuning to GOTOH style precision machines, pickups are now vintage style hot pups [took them out of another of my guitars] with Solen French Fast caps and CTS Guitar rated Pots [kept these at 500K for brighter sound]... well, this is not a conventional strat but it is totally a killer guitar which costs much less than a Fender would but has my desired BASSWOOD tone [high end guitars use BASSWOOD too].. which works great for hard rock and metal sounds.. Squire is worth the pain here.... get one, get some!