#1
ive seen a few threads about squiers recently and it reminded me i have a squier bullet strat in my room, anyone know how i should improve this guitar by changing pickups ect and is it worth it? could i actually make it sound alright for heavy metal? lol
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#3
Id buy a new guitar. Bullets are pretty much the cream of the crap, so I wouldnt waste my time when youd pretty much have to buy a new guitar for it to sound any good.
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#4
haha cream of the crap... haha thats a good one. But yeah dude dont waste your time modding the most pathetic thing to ever be called a guitar. check the sig.
#6
yeh i have a new guitar but i was just wondering if it would be good to improve that one too. lol
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#8
The bullet is made of plywood. Yea...
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#9
you can use it like your first mod project, and focus in the look, because it's really hard to get an excellent tone with a squier strat (hard but not impossible)
#11
If the body is plywood then don't bother. If the body is real wood then the guitar has the potential to sound great. Most squire bullets are plywood.
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#13
if its made in china, then it's most likely isnt plywood (like mine).

if its made in indonesia, its pretty surely plywood,

and if its made in japan...you got a great axe