#1
I probably going to buy a Squier standard series to mod it. But I don't know if this guitar is actually good for modding so I thought I would ask it here.
#2
you can mod anything.

though, ive heard if you want a squire, the affinity series is good.
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#3
This one is the serie above the affinity so It should be good? I can get it dirt cheap (second hand)even cheaper then the affinity (new)
#5
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If it's cheap you may always mod it

But would it turn out being better? But my question is would modding it be worth doing it?
#6
Definitely. Squiers are very popular modding alternatives to MIM and MIA strats.
I've got a Bullet that I tricked out, and even being made of plywood doesn't keep it from sounding good.
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#7
What would be a good humbucker for in the bridge position that you can also coil tap?

EDIT: music I play is sum 41, blink 182 , the swellers in that direction
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#8
Personally I've never bought aftermarket pickups, but what you need to look for to make the pickup splitable is "4-conductor" wiring. As long as the pickup has 4 (sometimes 5) wires, you'll be able to split it.

You may want to check out GFS Pickups. They're pretty inexpensive, and a lot of people have good things to say about them.
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