For more than three decades, Squier guitars have been the starting place for casual players worldwide. As Fender's value-conscious guitar line, Squier offers many of the same features and very similar looks to mainstream Fender models, but at a price beginners and hobbyists can afford. So whether you're in the market for a first guitar for yourself or your child, or a secondary axe for jamming and taking on the road, you're sure to find what you need. In fact, there are so many Squier guitars in this section, you might even spend a few minutes just narrowing the choices down.
Are you looking for a travel instrument or a way to introduce your young musician to the guitar? If so, the Squier Mini Strat Electric Guitar is the answer. This 3/4 sized guitar has 20 frets on the rosewood fretboard for easy playing. Meanwhile, the three single-coil pickups, master volume dial and tone control allow for a variety of clean and distorted tones.
For a true rock sound, the Squier Deluxe Hot Rails Strat Electric Guitar is a solid option. The sustain is virtually endless on this axe and it delivers the full, fat sound rockers and metal heads crave. It even has two-point tremolo and five-way switching to give you a variety of tonal options.
If versatility and timeless appeal are what you're looking for, the Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster Custom Electric Guitar is for you. It has a double-bound body with a large pick guard and vintage-style tuners for a retro feel. Additionally, the set of custom Alnico V single-coils ensure warmth, clarity and a punchy tone, so it's ideal for country, blues, rock and jazz.
These are only a few examples of the numerous Squier guitars here for you to choose from. They just go to show there's no need to break the bank to get a Fender-style, well-made guitar with great tone. And with such accessible prices, why settle on just one?