This Fender Affinity Strat HSS and Bullet 150 DSP Amp Value Pack includes a Squier Affinity Stratocaster electric guitar and a Bullet 150 DSP amp with 15 built-in digital effects, plus an instrument c... Read More
This Fender Affinity Strat HSS and Bullet 150 DSP Amp Value Pack includes a Squier Affinity Stratocaster electric guitar and a Bullet 150 DSP amp with 15 built-in digital effects, plus an instrument cable, guitar tuner, gig bag, and pick sampler.
The Squier Affinity Series Strat HSS Electric Guitar combines 2 forward single-coils, bridge humbucker, and 5-way switching for incredible tonal range. Solid hardwood body, 21-fret rosewood fingerboard, die-cast chrome tuners, and standard fulcrum tremolo bridge.
The Fender-designed Bullet 150 DSP amp has 2 channels, a clean channel and a distortion channel; 15 digital effects including reverb, delay/echo, chorus, flanging, and tremolo; an auxiliary input for CD players or drum machines; a headphone output for silent practice; 15 watts; an 8" speaker; and a tough textured vinyl exterior.
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This guitar is very good for any beginner just starting out. The tones you can get are good, especially if you are looking for a guitar tone with a grittier, dirtier sound (which is the main difference between the Strat and Strat HSS). The amp has a nice-sounding clean channel, but it also compliments the guitar well when you are playing harder rocking songs. If you turn gain up, detune your guitar 1/2 or a whole step, and switch to the humbucker pickup, you can get a great lead tone. The only downsides are the strap constantly falls off, and the strings that come with the guitar arent very good at all.
I had always dreamt of playing a guitar or rather just learn how to play one. I am thoroughly satisfied with both the strat HSS and bullet 150 DSP. The amplifier is more than enough for my learning needs and I hardly ever crank knobs other than the volume and gain controls. The guitar is simply awesome and sounds great. Though I must add I am finding the hard way that guitar is surely a tough instrument to play, I enjoy every minute I spend with the HSS and know that I am not going to stop playing anytime soon. True to the very last syllable, the "Fender Stop Dreaming, Start Playing" is just that! I recommend the series to anyone looking for an economical start up electric gear! keep rocking!!!!
This is a great guitar for beginners or first time guitar buyers. The cable that comes with it sucks, i would most definitly buy a new one. The amp is pretty good, I mean come on, how much do you expect from a 15watt amp. But I would recommend it for beginners. Be a smart dude, and get it if you are just starting out.
This is a great package to have to start. I've played a little on and off since I was 12, and I've decided to get really serious about learning to play again and this Squire is great for me. After I tuned it down a half step and set the distortion levels with the amp, Metallica and Van Halen sound pretty good! I look forward to learning with this Guitar and Amp set every other day that I get home from work..
This was my first ever electric guitar i got it for my 12th birthday this pack is great for begginers but if you are a skilled player or have experience do not get this one if you are a begginer this is for you!
Okay not a horrible guitar,BUT, you could get a beter guitar for cheaper even with all the equpment. The biggest thing with the bullet is that it couldnt stay in tune over night. a better guitar are the lower end dean's ecpesily the evo em. if u just want the guitar because it's convenent.....get a tuner.....and lots if batteries
My freind got this. its an awsome beginning guitar. the amp thats in package really blows tho. it shorts out a lot and isnt loud, but the guitar is pretty kwl. definatly a starter set and a great deal.
This setup is good for anyone just buying a guitar on a limited income. It gives you an ok guitar and a decent amp, but you do get what you pay for. The guitar itself has a lot of trouble with the neck. Mine tookfixing numerous times. It also has some trouble staying in tune (ESPECIALLY if you use a whammy). All in all good to start with, but won't last you forever. Once you start getting into higher levels of music, you'll have to buy a new guitar.
I have had this pack for amost a year and I'm still amazed with how good the guitar sounds. I put fender super bullets on it and sounds great. The cable was poor quality, but the amp sounds great, good picks, and the strap is very comfortable. I would recommend this pack to beginner and advanced players.It is good for band practice.