The Bullet Stratocaster SSS Electric Guitar with tremolo is a simple, affordable, and practical guitar designed for students and beginners. It's a great choice for a first guitar, no matter who you are or what style of music you want to learn.
When an interviewer mentions that he seems to "favor a Fender Bullet," Laurent Brancowitz of Phoenix replies, "Yeah, it's a guitar that is very cheap. We purchased it a long time ago in London as a spare because we needed one guitar in case there was a problem. I fell in love with it. That's the thing: we love equipment that is either very cheap or very expensive. "I like its flaws. It's a complicated relationship with a guitar. I love the Bullet, for sure. They did a more deluxe model, but it's not the same; it's not as good."more
This is my first guitar that I bought with my own money. It's a armazing guitar.... and I don't had courage to sell this wonderful Strat. So I Keep in my rig and replaced the brige pickup for a Seymour Duncan Sh JB-4. Sound fucking awesome!!!
I got mine used at an auction, it has a huge heineken sticker on it (and i plan on adding more) it sounds okay for my style of music (punk rock) but i plan on putting a humbucker in the bridge. For the money, it's a very good alternative to a fender.
I found this in a dumpster at work. The neck looked like someone was trying to figure out how to make it fretless, so I threw that way and built one. I threw a Fender Bronco pickup in the neck, rewired it, and now it sounds great!
"My first proper Electric, but it lacked in tone. The neck is easy to play. With the Marshall MG with the gain on 1, the £93 guitar sounds at its best. With too much distortion it sounds messy".
I have played on this guitar since I was at least 15 years old(20 now). Its served me very well and I have played several gigs with it even sounding better than some of my friends with 500$ guitars which is outrageous for the price. Totally would recommend this if you want good sound at a cheap price! Only problem is that in cold and fluctuating temps it goes out of tune fast, So have a tuner on hand!
Overall 3.5 out of 5 because there are still way better guitars you could buy.
This has been my first guitar, I had to get it repaired quiet often over the years, it looks great but I don't really like the sound and it's quality is pretty okay but I've seen better. It's an icon though, but just not really my type.
I'm just gonna be brutally honest here, This guitar is a starter guitar only and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone since it's really cheap. From the bold on neck to the cheap pickups it just doesn't sound right to me. My advice save up for a cheap fender or a more expensive squire since they will server you better even if you are a starter.
It's a pretty decent guitar. I received a white one, signed by Billy Idol, for Christmas a few years back. I love the thin neck, and the strings aren't crazy high or low, like they can be on guitars in this price range. Plus a whammy bar!, which is always fun.
Mine is the H/S/S in black. love the guitar! Gives great tones and feels nice to play. The neck was a bit wider than my first guitar, so it was a bit harder to get used to.
Especificações Técnicas: - Corpo em basswood - Braço em maple "C" shape - Escala em rosewood com 25.5" (648 mm) - 21 trastes medium-jumbo - escala com raio de 9.5" (42 mm) - Largura do nut 1.65" (42 mm) - Tarraxas Std. Die-Cast blindadas - Ponte estilo vintage com 6 saddles e alavanca - 3 captadores standard single-coil - Escudo maciço (1ply) - Chave de 5 posições - Controles de MV/T/T
This may be seen as just a piece of squier cheapskate junk, but actually this is my first electric and it has a fine tone and no major design or manufacture flaws.
It's a strat. It sounds like a strat. It's decent for cleans. Just be ready for the moment you slap some gain on, the single coils get gnarly. Not in a good way. It's also wayyyyyy too light. The neck profile is decent but the bridge jacks up any comfort you'd find with it.