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Musician's Friend also has Squier Limited Edition Bullet Telecaster Electric Guitar (Various Colors) on sale for $129.99. Shipping is free. Thanks rumata13

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Features standard Telecaster single-coil pickups with 3-way pickup selector switch. -oceanlake

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Musician's Friend offers classical Telecaster guitar for $129.99 ($70 off from $199.99).

Made by Squier, a Fender company.

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Good reviews - 76 out of 85 reviews are 3 stars or more.

Three colors:
- Red Sparkle - Expected to Ship 05-21-2020
- Lake Placid Blue -Expected to Ship 05-14-2020
https://www.musiciansfriend.com/g...WWEALw_wcB

- Surf Green - Expected to Ship 05-12-2020
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If you need a $1,000+ guitar to play then, with all due respect, you cannot play any guitar well at all.
The Bullet and Affinity Squiers are... Rough. I'd give one to a friend or child just starting out, knowing that I would have to spend an hour or two setting it up to playable condition. If you're not good at setting up guitars, expect to spend another 50+ dollars having a tech do it. And even then, the cheap woods/parts they use make it likely that the neck action, string height, intonation etc. will have to be adjusted more than the normal guitar.

I do like the Bullet mustang quite a bit. With that said, I still replaced the nut and string saddles before giving it to a friend. They still enjoy playing it today, though I tend to give the neck action a quick adjustment whenever I visit.

These guitars do tend to*look* super cool, and that counts for a lot in my book!

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It's back. Very tempting, but then I always just want the classic vibe
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IMO, these are not bad at all. You could do a lot worse in the guitar market for $130.
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The Bullet and Affinity Squiers are... Rough. I'd give one to a friend or child just starting out, knowing that I would have to spend an hour or two setting it up to playable condition. If you're not good at setting up guitars, expect to spend another 50+ dollars having a tech do it. And even then, the cheap woods/parts they use make it likely that the neck action, string height, intonation etc. will have to be adjusted more than the normal guitar.

I do like the Bullet mustang quite a bit. With that said, I still replaced the nut and string saddles before giving it to a friend. They still enjoy playing it today, though I tend to give the neck action a quick adjustment whenever I visit.

These guitars do tend to*look* super cool, and that counts for a lot in my book!
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I bought one of the Lake Placid Blue models last month by using the Amex/Amazon 20% off offer to buy a Guitar Center gift card. I've been spending more playing time on this tele over the past week and really like it. Nice finish, fret ends are smooth, etc.
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The surf green tele is also on sale.
https://www.musiciansfriend.com/g...en&index=1
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No love for lefty's again?
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Is this model considered full size or short scale or whatever?
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The Bullet and Affinity Squiers are... Rough. I'd give one to a friend or child just starting out, knowing that I would have to spend an hour or two setting it up to playable condition. If you're not good at setting up guitars, expect to spend another 50+ dollars having a tech do it. And even then, the cheap woods/parts they use make it likely that the neck action, string height, intonation etc. will have to be adjusted more than the normal guitar.

I do like the Bullet mustang quite a bit. With that said, I still replaced the nut and string saddles before giving it to a friend. They still enjoy playing it today, though I tend to give the neck action a quick adjustment whenever I visit.

These guitars do tend to*look* super cool, and that counts for a lot in my book!
They can be hit and miss. I picked up a bullet tele a while back and it's damn near perfect. Nut was cut well, no dead frets, or any thing else that would make it need setup. Never had a tuning issue either. Spent a a few mins 0000 wooling the neck and oiling the fret board. I like the bullets since they're string through. Affinity is top load.
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I probably wouldn't go any lower on the Squier line than Classic Vibe. Still regret not buying some closeout Vintage Modifieds back when they were still around.

Also regret not holding onto my Squier 51 from back in the day Smilie
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The Bullet and Affinity Squiers are... Rough. I'd give one to a friend or child just starting out, knowing that I would have to spend an hour or two setting it up to playable condition. If you're not good at setting up guitars, expect to spend another 50+ dollars having a tech do it. And even then, the cheap woods/parts they use make it likely that the neck action, string height, intonation etc. will have to be adjusted more than the normal guitar.

I do like the Bullet mustang quite a bit. With that said, I still replaced the nut and string saddles before giving it to a friend. They still enjoy playing it today, though I tend to give the neck action a quick adjustment whenever I visit.

These guitars do tend to*look* super cool, and that counts for a lot in my book!
Any advice on a great resource for setting up a guitar effectively and efficiently? I've always wanted to learn and now feels like the time.
Thanks!
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Any advice on a great resource for setting up a guitar effectively and efficiently? I've always wanted to learn and now feels like the time.
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I recommend you follow or see some videos by Darrell Braun on YouTube and many from the recommended by YouTube. He is really good but there is also others out there too that can provide more info on this.
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Can anybody tell me the difference between this guitar and the one featured on this deal? https://www.ebay.com/itm/133142439453 Squier Bullet Stratocaster HSS with Tremolo LE Electric Guitar
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