Archive for the 'Fender Guitars' Category

Squier by Fender

The Squier by Fender is definitely an awesome experience of ownership. To start off, by simply looking at the items that come along with the purchase, you would know you are getting your penny’s worth. The package itself is a good deal, and a great way to start compliments for this product. The Squier comes […]

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Fender Squier P Bass

I own a Fender Squier P Bass. It has 3 knobs, 2 of which is volume control, 20 frets, 3 clover shaped tuners which looks nice, a maple neck, a nicely cutaway alder body, a split single-coiled pickup and a rosewood fretboard. However, unlike other bass guitars, this one doesn’t come with any gig bag […]

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Fender Standard Precision Bass

The Fender Standard Precision Bass is actually a remake of the legendary Fender Precision Bass guitars made in the early 50’s. It combines the best of the old and the new to create amazing innovations such as the modern single-coil pickup, maple fretboard tinted neck and many others. I even bought it on Amazon at […]

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Fender Standard Stratocaster

The Fender Standard Stratocaster, one of the most well known and widely owned electric guitar from fender since the Telecaster, this guitar is a symbol of the 60’s as a reply to Gibson’s Les Paul, ever since then guitars have been compared as either being similar to a Strat or a Les Paul, and each […]

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Fender Standard Telecaster

The first electric guitar which swept guitarist of their feet and into suede shoes, the Fender Standard Telecaster wasn’t the first electric guitar to be made but it was the first to be widely excepted and drove buyers to label it as a must have during the early 50’s artists like the Beatles, Muddy waters […]

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Fender American Standard Stratocaster

When buying a strat you have to know your standards, usually people neglect the fact that they are buying a Mexican strat instead of a good old red white and blue, the price varies a lot if you were actually paying attention, and so does the quality. A regular Mexican strat comes with regular pickups […]

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