Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar 2-Color Sunburst

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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 versatil... Click To Read More About This Product

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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.

Features
  • 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
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SquierBullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar
 
4.6

(based on 23 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

One of the best $100 guitars ever!!!!

Craftsmanship(8) It is on par with most $200 - $300 dollar guitars. The fret work was decent. The factory setup was decent, No noticeable flaws. Definitely on par with the more...Read complete review

Craftsmanship(8) It is on par with most $200 - $300 dollar guitars. The fret work was decent. The factory setup was decent, No noticeable flaws. Definitely on par with the more expensive Standard, and Affinity series. Maybe even better. The only thing I really care for are the tuners. They work fine. However, I can see that they would need to be replaced due to heavy use. The guitar is very lite!!!! Sound(8) This thing sounds like a Tele. However the bridge pickup is not quite bright enough. Not a show stopper. I like the dark sound of it. Just not the staple Tele sound. It is not bad enough for me to change them out. The Neck pickup is on par. Durability(7) I would do a gig with it. Everything on it is fine except the tuning engines. Overall(8) Hey, it is a $100 guitar. It is probably the best $100 Fender you will ever get. It is a decent guitar at any price. It plays good. It is easy to carry. It sounds good. I am going to spend a few dollars on some tuning engines, and this will definitely be a keeper.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Cool appearance, good build quality, bad electronics

Picked up one of these for $99 during a Columbus Day flash sale. Straight out of the box the guitar was set up to play. Action was low, intonation was good, no fret...Read complete review

Picked up one of these for $99 during a Columbus Day flash sale. Straight out of the box the guitar was set up to play. Action was low, intonation was good, no fret buzz. I didn't bother plugging it in until I got to my studio. Played through a Vox AC30CC2 the pickups had a lot of mid range and low end but none of your typical Tele bite. I expected a lot more chime coming through that amp. The 3-way switch and tone knob both had very little affect. It's not the worst sounding guitar in the world but the only thing that makes it a Telecaster is the way it looks. On the bright side, the pickguard features standard mounts and underneath it the body is routed for dual humbuckers. I'm installing a new wiring harness with 375k pots, a P90 in the bridge and a SD Quarter Pounder in the neck. When all is said and done, this will be a tone machine falling well below the $300 mark. Again, this is a dead sexy looking instrument-- especially in the black sparkle or the metallic orange. I would recommend it to anyone just learning how to play or for those searching for a platform to build upon. For those looking for a guitar to extend your sonic palette, look elsewhere as you will be disappointed.

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(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

One of the best $100 guitars ever!!!!

By Phineas Henshaw

from Saint Louis, Mo.

Comments about Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar:

Craftsmanship(8) It is on par with most $200 - $300 dollar guitars. The fret work was decent. The factory setup was decent, No noticeable flaws. Definitely on par with the more expensive Standard, and Affinity series. Maybe even better. The only thing I really care for are the tuners. They work fine. However, I can see that they would need to be replaced due to heavy use. The guitar is very lite!!!! Sound(8) This thing sounds like a Tele. However the bridge pickup is not quite bright enough. Not a show stopper. I like the dark sound of it. Just not the staple Tele sound. It is not bad enough for me to change them out. The Neck pickup is on par. Durability(7) I would do a gig with it. Everything on it is fine except the tuning engines. Overall(8) Hey, it is a $100 guitar. It is probably the best $100 Fender you will ever get. It is a decent guitar at any price. It plays good. It is easy to carry. It sounds good. I am going to spend a few dollars on some tuning engines, and this will definitely be a keeper.

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Cool appearance, good build quality, bad electronics

By Ryan Joseph Pumphrey

from San Francisco, CA

Comments about Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar:

Picked up one of these for $99 during a Columbus Day flash sale. Straight out of the box the guitar was set up to play. Action was low, intonation was good, no fret buzz. I didn't bother plugging it in until I got to my studio. Played through a Vox AC30CC2 the pickups had a lot of mid range and low end but none of your typical Tele bite. I expected a lot more chime coming through that amp. The 3-way switch and tone knob both had very little affect. It's not the worst sounding guitar in the world but the only thing that makes it a Telecaster is the way it looks. On the bright side, the pickguard features standard mounts and underneath it the body is routed for dual humbuckers. I'm installing a new wiring harness with 375k pots, a P90 in the bridge and a SD Quarter Pounder in the neck. When all is said and done, this will be a tone machine falling well below the $300 mark. Again, this is a dead sexy looking instrument-- especially in the black sparkle or the metallic orange. I would recommend it to anyone just learning how to play or for those searching for a platform to build upon. For those looking for a guitar to extend your sonic palette, look elsewhere as you will be disappointed.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

got me a tele

By walter williamson

from Junction City KS

Comments about Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar:

love love love it...lighter in weight than I thought it would be...for the money..its great

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing Value!

By David Smith

from Albany, OR

Comments about Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar:

I liked the looks of the Squier Bullet HS Tele when I saw it online. I knew I wanted the Metallic Orange. I expected so so quality...what do you expect for just over a hundred bucks? The guitar was going to be a project guitar, after all, so I wasn't too concerned. So imagine my surprise when I got to my local GC to check one out...the guitar blew me away! String thru body bridge, instead of the expected top loader. Upgraded tuners. Height adjustable neck pickup...unheard of at this price point! Engraved neck plate. The coolest tele pick guard I have ever seen, and the fit and finish? Flawless! I got this little gem home, tuned it, adjusted the pickup heights, and hit the gas! This guitar rocks! The neck is straight, the fret edges are dressed, no rough spots, no sharp edges. It feels good to play...a touch on the light side. Either I got the pick of the litter, or Squier has seriously upped their game! I will replace the pickups, but this guitar is a keeper! Buy one! Buy two!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Phenomenal Guitar!

By Tobin Alford

from Amarillo TX

Comments about Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar:

Owning this product for one week now, and playing it everyday since I got it, I can finally touch up on every aspect of this guitar. It's simple...I love it! I had gone into GC to just mess around with some different telecasters and such, and never intended on getting this! After playing 3 or 4 different Fenders, I still like this waaaaaaay better! both pickups sound amazing, and have that tele twang, but have the richness and fullness of a a regular HH guitar. I had previously been interested in the Jim root and John5 models, and I feel like this strongly compares! The neck was a bit more narrow than what I like, but I quickly adjusted. I played through several different amps including the Bugera V22 and V5, a BadCat Cougar5, and the Vox AC30 and AC15. It's very light, and very easy in the back, unlike the standard telecasters. Going against the odds, I believe it is a gig-worthy guitar! it stays in tune very well, and the flat-black electronics are amazing! Overall, this is an amazing guitar, and definitely a keeper!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good for a beginner or for modifying

By santiago

from Austin Texas

Comments about Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar:

I bought this guitar so I could get rid of all the electronics and give it some nice pickups and all that, also I wanted to change the tuners but they turned out to be pretty good I recomend this guitar for modifying or a beginner

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Light guitar, heavy sound. Great combo, great value for price

By Josh

from Mpls, MN

Comments about Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar:

As is, this a fine beginner's guitar for rock/light metal. The humbucker sounds pretty good. As everyone else has stated, the guitar is super light, but this doesn't seem to affect sustain or sound. The neck is smooth and easy to play. The frets on mine weren't sharp, and the setup was actually decent. I replaced the pickups with Lil Punchers from GFS, and replaced the pots with 500k pots and a real Tele 3-way switch, and the guitar is now a beast. All for well under $200 total. Great base for modding.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Best $100 Fender Ever!!!!

By Phineas Henshaw

from Saint Louis Mo.

Comments about Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar:

This is a standard HS Tele. I like this guitar a lot. The only issue I have with it over all is the tuning engines. They work, but just do not seem like they are going to last. Especially if you use heavier strings. Over all, it is constructed well. The factory setup was decent. Best new $100 guitar I have ever bought!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very good buy!

By Jon

from Tampa, FL

Comments about Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar:

Bought the Squier Telecaster on special yesterday, used it today for the solo on a song I am recording. With the humbucker at the bridge this guitar has great potential for that solid Tele tone, clean or dirty, with no buzzing. I used to own a butterscotch Tele with Seymour Duncans that set me back about $1000 (before the recession hit) and missed it terribly, so this guitar had big "shoes" to fill. For any player who wants a Tele without having to shell out the big bucks, this has to be one of the best guitar deals available.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nice for the price

By ron smith

from Marysville WA.

Comments about Squier Bullet HS Telecaster Electric Guitar:

This is a really nice guitar for the price. The neck is straight with no buzzing of any kind. For $99.00 (on sale) if the neck is flat and the pickups work like they are supposed to, well buy it. I posted a video played right out of the box. All I had to do was tune it up. Get this guitar before buying something else. It's well worth the money. I own 12 guitars so I kinda know what I'm talkin' about.

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