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So far no major complaints Trem is fairly good at keeping in tune. Looks great. Great sound un plugged usually a good sign for playing it plugged in. Loses 1 star as the fret edges are a little sharp. The action however seem set up perfectly.
A quality instrument for the price
A fantastic upgrade to my first guitar. I've been playing a gloss finish, rosewood fret board for a couple of years and the natural finish, maple fret board really opened my eyes. Although the picture shows a rosewood fret board - I purchased it with a maple fret board. The playability is extremely fluid and the stock single coil pickups sound crisp and bright. A great affordable guitar that can be enjoyed by both beginners and seasoned players alike. It was also my first guitar to feature a tremolo bridge system. Stays in tune quite well considering the price even with heavy tremolo use. I highly recommend this guitar for beginners.
The Stratocaster simply is and always will be one of the greatest, most versatile guitar options for alt-rock and indie guitar players. Everything about the guitar is beautiful, from the array of tones that can be produced, to the neck thickness, body feel, and a number of other components.
Eh, Its ok
This guitar was the first electric I ever owned, and after getting my Epiphone Les Paul I can't say I've played it too much, but recently I took it apart and cleaned and I'm going to start using it more to mix things up a bit. This guitar isn't made all that well, but we got mine with a small practice amp and a gig bag for $125, and for that price its actually pretty good. The strings don't buzz and I have never had any problems with anything breaking before, so all in all it is a fairly reliable beginner guitar.