Squier Stratocasters are a cost-effective solution to enjoying the versatility, smooth playability and exceptional tone of the instrument that helped define the rock'n'roll sound of the late '50s. Available in a wide range of colors for both right and left-handed players, Squier Stratocasters represent everything that makes the company so respected in today's music scene: beautifully-crafted guitars at an affordable price. From twangy highs to creamy mellows, the sound of a Strat has long been a favorite with musicians of many tastes and playing styles, and a model from Squier is a great way to get closer acquainted with the instrument.
There's something truly classic about the look of 2-tone Sunburst, and up-and-coming southpaws will be happy to know that Squier Strats in this color are very easy to find. With its contoured alder body, bolt-on maple neck and late '60s headstock, the Stratocaster Left-Handed Electric Guitar in Brown Sunburst is a Fender-designed beauty with a vintage vibe and a generous price tag. Equipped with three single coil pickups, this axe is a perfect way to enjoy playing those iconic Hendrix riffs.
Along with the guitars themselves, Squier also specializes in value packs. These bundle options are assembled by pros who know exactly what a novice guitarist needs to start their musical journey on the right foot. Just take a look at the Affinity HSS Stratocaster Electric Guitar Pack. Along with the killer Affinity Strat HSS guitar, this collection also includes a punchy 15-watt Fender Frontman 15G amp, tuner, gig bag, strap, picks, cable and even an instructional DVD. Simply put, this value pack has everything you need to "Stop Dreaming and Start Playing".
All over the world, aspiring rockers dream of the day they can own a Stratocaster - after all, they've made their way to the hands of countless legendary artists, including Dick Dale, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and Billy Corgan. Of course, you've probably realized by now that you don't have to be a veteran of the stage to own a Strat. Thanks to Squier, both entry-level and working musicians on a budget can be proud owners of the most recognizable guitar model of all time.