Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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A versatile guitar that's easy to own.

The Squier Bullet HS Telecaster is an ideal entry into the world of electric guitar playing. It comes with a basswood body that's not too heavy, a bolt-on maple neck that's easy to play and a versatile pickup combination. The humbucker at the bridge provides tones that are pefect for hard rock or metal, while the neck pickup is great for country or blues. This is an amazing deal and the rest we have in stock is all there is.

  • Telecaster body
  • Basswood body
  • Bolt-on maple neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard and dot inlays
  • 21 frets with 24-3/4 scale
  • Humbucker bridge pickup
  • Standard tele neck single coil pickup
  • One volume and one tone control
  • 3-way pickup selector switch
  • Standard non locking tuners
  • Black hardware
  • Case sold separately

Order this perfect starter or backup guitar before they run out. Order today.

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SquierBullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar

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Good, inexpensive guitar


from Northern, US

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  • Fun To Play
  • Looks good
  • Playable


  • Requires Setuo
  • Requires Setup

Best Uses

  • Backup
  • Learning

Comments about Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar:

This is a cheap, playable guitar. It's not a GREAT guitar, but it's usable. Great as a backup or first guitar. Intonation and action were off out of the box, but this is to be expected - set it up yourself and you'll have a nice playing instrument. Body is not full thickness. For ~$100 it's hard to go wrong.

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