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Squier Short-Scale Strat Pack - Brown Sunburst

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30-1812-032

Your Price: $259.99 CDN
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A perfect choice for beginners, the new Squier Strat Pack has everything you need to begin playing right out of the box. The short-scale Stratocaster (24") is ideal for players with smaller hands and provides a comfortable playing feel. Other features include a lightweight body, a hardtail bridge for rock-solid tuning and three single-coil pickups for classic Strat tone.

The included Squier Frontman 10G amplifier is the perfect companion for jamming thanks to its aux input that allows you play along with your favorite songs or backing tracks, as well as a headphone jack for silent practice. The Squier Starter Strat Pack also comes with a strap, cable and pickseverything you need to stop dreaming and start playing.

Features:
• Short-scale 24" Stratocaster is great for smaller hands
• Three single-coil Stratocaster pickups
• Hardtail bridge
• Includes: Frontman 10G guitar amplifier, instrument cable, instrument strap, and picks

Guitar Specifications:
• Body Material:Poplar
• Body Finish: Gloss Polyurethane
• Body Shape: Stratocaster
• Neck Material: Maple
• Neck Finish: Natural Satin
• Neck Shape: "C" Shape
• Scale Length: 24" (610 mm)
• Fingerboard Radius: 9.5" (241 mm)
• Fret Size: Medium Jumbo
• Nut Material: Synthetic Bone
• Nut Width: 1.61" (40.9 mm)
• Position Inlays: Cream Dots
• Truss Rod: Head Adjust
• Bridge Pickup: Standard Single-Coil Strat
• Middle Pickup: Standard Single-Coil Strat
• Neck Pickup: Standard Single-Coil Strat
• Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone Configuration
• Bridge: Hard-Tail 6-Saddle
• Hardware Finish: Chrome
• Tuning Machines: Standard Die-Cast
• Pickguard: 3-Ply Black
• Strings: NPS, .009-.042 Gauges
• Case/Gig Bag: None

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Closest StoreToronto - Bloor Street, Ontario
I've been searching for a smaller size strat with a 24" scale for years (likely decades). I've researched them on the internet and, to the best of my knowledge, they're never issued one in the past. Once I saw these appear I ran out and bought one but only after getting a look at one. The store staff were very good about this. A couple of things I was looking for was the guitar itself had to be smaller in overall size, which it is, and a hardtail bridge would have been a nice bonus, which it has (I wasn't looking for a strat of regular size with the bridge moved forward, I definitely wanted something smaller). Fender really delivered on both of these points. Another nice feature is the fact that it only has one tone knob which allows you to roll back the tone on all three pickups. It's like they read my mind. Look, this is not a guitar for everyone; if you're used to a full size strat, look elsewhere. I'm a smaller size person with smaller hands and does this ever nail it. As I mentioned earlier, I've been waiting a lot of years for one of these to surface and it figures to get a lot of playing time, probably more than any other guitar I own. Quality wise this resembles a bullet that came out just right, with just the right neck being bolted on to just the right body. My only gripe is that I had to buy it as part of a package but I understand the target market that these are aimed at so no big deal. I'll likely pick up another one so I'll have a couple to last me through the years, I'm really that happy with my purchase. My only question is why did it take them so long to actually produce these? If they can do it with Mustangs and Duo Sonics, why not strats? Anyway, this is one person's overall impression and I hope this helps.
Posted by Mark on Aug 3, 2017
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