The Fender Stratocaster design has been around since 1954 and remains one of the most popular and copied guitar styles of all time. For those who don’t have several hundred or even thousands of dollars to spend on a new guitar, however, you must consider other options. If you’ve been doing your research, that means you’ve run across guitars like the Squier Stratocaster or the Squier Bullet Strat.
In my 25+ years of playing the guitar – both acoustic and electric – I’ve had the opportunity to get my hands on quite a few beginner and entry-level guitars. Some are great, others are not, but I’ve never felt like I can rely on Amazon reviews. That’s why I thought it might be helpful to share my own Ibanez GRX20 review – from an actual player who’s not associated with a particular music store.
The Epiphone Dot Archtop, first manufactured in the 1990’s, is a more affordable version of the Gibson ES-335 “Dot”. For those beginner guitarist looking for a beautiful, semi-hollow body electric guitar, this Epiphone Dot Archtop review will interest you.
Popularized by Fender and made affordable by Squier, the Affinity Telecaster is an excellent option for any beginner guitarist looking for a new electric guitar. In this Affinity Telecaster review, I want to dive into exactly what makes this guitar good and what you’ll be giving up for such a good price.