Final Clearance Fender Squier Bullet Stratocaster Electric Guitar - Black

  • Model #: 310005506
  • Web Code: 10140097
Sold and shipped by: Best Buy
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Learn to play today with the Squier Bullet Strat from Fender. It comes complete with a single coil humbucking pickup and synchronous tremolo with cast saddles.

More Information

  • Basswood body
  • Maple neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • 25.5 inch scale length
  • 5-way blade selector
  • 3 pick-ups (1 humbucking)
  • Synchronous tremolo with cast saddles

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Labour - 1 Year(s)

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  • Guitar Features
  • Colour
  • Body Type
    Solid Body
  • Body Material
  • Bridge
    Synchronous Tremolo With Cast Saddles
  • Pickup Type
    Single Coil, Humbucking
  • Number of Pickups
  • Neck Construction
  • Neck Material
  • Fingerboard Material
  • Scale Length
    25.5 in
  • Wiring
    Blade Selector, 5-Way
  • Strings
  • Amp Features
  • Amp Power
    Not Applicable
  • Cabling Included
  • Bag/Case
  • Instructional CD
  • Pick
  • Strap
  • Strings
  • Product Features
  • Width
    38 cm
  • Height
    113 cm
  • Depth
    10.1 cm
  • Width (Inches)
    15 in
  • Height (Inches)
    44.5 in
  • Depth (Inches)
    4 in
  • Weight
    6.8 kg
  • Warranty Labour
    1 Year(s)
  • Warranty Parts
    1 Year(s)



Customer Reviews

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  • from Pickering, ON

Fender Squier Bullet Stratocaster Electric Guitar

I bought this on sale July 2015 and must have got one that was meant for a real Fender cause I compared my frets to a real Fender Strat and they were the same. They were not what I have read about getting cuts on your hands. Once I stretched the strings they stay in tune. So I really don't know what others are talking about when they complain about the guitar getting out of tune. I adjusted the string height and intonation and luckily my neck was perfect when I measured it. So there was no truss rod adjustment needed. Mine was made in Indonisia. I also checked the level of all the frets and they are all straight with no dips anywhere. I picked up 2 sets of strings from Long & McQuade, one D'Addario EXL120 9-42 Nickel Wound and #2502 Dean Markley Nickel Steel 9-42 light . I chose these two from my search on the best sounding strings for a Fender Strat. I'm looking at getting a Squier Tele now but the reviews are not good.

  • from Barrie, ON

Good for the money

I've been playing this guitar for about 5 months now and I'm only a beginner so I'm not the best. I would say not to believe all the YouTube reviews on this guitar because all those guys have been playing expensive guitars like Gibsons and Epiphones their whole life so they might not be used to this guitar. I'm pretty happy with this guitar and it's worked well for me so far. Only thing I don't like is the frets because the day I purchased this guitar when I was waiting around I picked up and actual Stratocaster and played it for a few minutes and when I got home and played it just seemed so weird with the fret placement on the guitar and the feel of the frets, then again what you pay is what you get and you never know if you might like it or not. Overall it's pretty good and enjoyable. Also the service I got in the guitar department at the Barrie Best Buy was very good and the guy who helped (forgot his name) was very helpful and excited to help me and gave me some guitar picks to start with.

  • from Hamilton

You get what you pay for

For the money I suppose it's OK, if you're buying a guitar for yourself or a kid, spend a bit more and get something better. You'll thank yourself later. Pros: Inexpensive OK value for money Cons: Poor quality wood selection - will need frequent setups to remain playable fret ends pertruding at edges of fret board - will cut up your hands a bit when playing cheap lightweight bridge - cannot use the term or will go out of tune cheap tuners

  • from Fort McMurray, Canada

Great guitar

I bought this guitar to play RockSmith2014. I'm very happy with it :)


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