Stop Dreaming, Start Playing Set: Strat SE Special with Squier SP-10, Pacchetto Chitarra from Squier belonging to the Stop Dreaming, Start Playing Set: Strat SE Special with Squier SP-10 model.
Squier Stop Dreaming, Start Playing Set: Strat SE Special with Squier SP-10 : Recensione di iamqman (content in English)
Again I'll say this guitar is fine for someone exploring whether or not they want to play the electric guitar. In that case this is a fine guitar to try out. However, you may never want to play guitar again after playing this thing.
Not a hard amp to get used to. It doesn't have that many control knobs to get in the way. The thing has two channels and in my opinion it should have some amp modeling or something else to go along with this thing. To me the clean are fantastic but the dirty channel is really thin brittle and everything a solid state amp sounds like. It has no character or soul in the tone and you ave to fight the thing to make a decent sound out of it.
* Black Stratocaster:
* 25.5” Scale Length
* Agathis Body
* Maple Neck, C-Shape w/Polyurethane Finish
* Rosewood Fingerboard, 9.5” Radius
* 22 Medium Jumbo Frets
* 3 Single-Coil Pickups
* Master Volume, Tone 1 (Neck Pickup), Tone 2 (Middle Pickup) controls
* 5-Position Blade Pickup Switch
* Synchronous Tremolo Bridge
* Standard Die-Cast Tuners
* Chrome Hardware
* 1-Ply White Pickguard
* White Dot Position Inlays
This guitar comes with a standard Fender Stratocaster pickup setup with three individual single coil pickups. This one comes in a black paint finish that looks as cheap and it sounds. The guitar itself has a feel that doesn't appeal as an easy guitar or even a comfortable guitar.
I am not sure what the price of these guitars are new. I can't imagine them being any more than $200 tops. These are basic beginners guitars. These things will sound like the feel and look....not good. These do not feel like a real Fender Stratocaster and if you have played a real American one then this is big let down. The best thing for you to do to maximize the value os to get this guitar in that pack thing where you get the amp and the tuner with the picks, strap, and gig bag.
I would recommend this guitar to anyone other than a parent trying to get their kids interested in paying the guitar. You won't need to spend a whole lot and for the experiment of teaching kids is is a no brainer. If you want to get an electric guitar because you are moving away from the acoustic this is not going to be your thing. You will get easily frustrated.