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Written on: 25/12/2012 by KokoKwyn (1 review written)
I am a 30+ year professional guitarist working in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Decided to purchase an inexpensive electric guitar to keep at my dad's in my home state of Michigan for long visits at he local Guitar Center. I had planned to buy this used Yamaha Pacifica guitar until I picked this thing up. To my great surprise, it felt, played and sounded fantastic for such an inexpensive instrument. The fret work is decent. It is light as a feather. The guitar felt like it was set up by a… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/11/2012
I swapped a good quality les paul copy for a 1984 squier bullet many years back. Its a rosewood neck, japanese made 3 single coil pickup model. It was the 1980s and I needed another strat-type to mess about on and as a backup for stage. It certainly didnt disappoint. Once I'd set up the action properly this was a great backup guitar on stage to a customised 2 x humbucker strat with floyd rose. Over the years its had a floyd rose fitted, a neck humbucker (now removed) and a GK-2A roland… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/11/2009
I think the problem with the ratings for this guitar are that you need to indicate which model of the Bullet you have. the Original Bullet was made in America for two years and then was made in japan starting in 1983 and then it was moved (again) to korea and mexico in the late 80's. The 50th anniversary model was made in China. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squier_Bullet
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Written on: 03/03/2009
I think that the Squier Bullet is the worst guitar that Fender makes now. I teach a student who plays one and I've tried to make it work. very shrill sound. Appears cheaply made and feels to me like a toy, Quite plastic-like. If you can afford it, move up a step to a standard Squire… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/11/2008
Overall, a great guitar for the buck. I own a few expensive Fenders too and i definitely don't really see much of a difference, just a slight sound difference and the American is heavier… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/10/2008 by that dp (1 review written)
I would suggest this guitar to anyone who wants a sound and playability of the Clapton, Hendrix, and it handles some of the heavier stuff such as Mettalica. Just look at the guitarists through the years who play Fender Strats and although this is a cheaper guitar than the originals you can still get the sound and playability through a decent amp (I use a Marshall MG15DFX with mine)… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/09/2008 by craft37 (1 review written)
I love my Squier Bullet, but you must check the sound if you decide to buy an instrument like this… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2007 by thestratman (1 review written)
I don't understand how this could get decent review. If your a beginner you can play any instrument but once you have a decent guitar you can't stand this garbage guitar… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/09/2004 by steve6375 (1 review written)
Squier Bullet - This guitar was bought new (B&W model - a la Eric Clapton's famous 'Blackie') from a shop. We tried all the other similar priced guitars up to £150 and this one stood out for tone and action.
I had to fit a shakeproof washer to the jack socket as it was always coming loose, and I had to disassemble, clean and spray WD40 on the pickup switch to get it to work properly.
After that it works fine. Nice tone (for the price) and nice action. Pickups are OK. There is a fair bit of… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2004 by Katiebullet (1 review written)
Ideal for beginner as it is lightweight and omits more experimental features such as tremolo. Soloing will become difficult as the string neck is not dented for great bending of the notes. Good sound, ideal for distorted sounds… Read Full Review