#1
are their parts good? such as the necks and bodies? also wat about their prewired pickguards? are the pickups ion those good?
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#2
The necks and bodies are from a factory closeout... So those aren't really standard GF parts. If you buy a neck, expect to be doing some fretwork on them.

The prewired pickgaurds are a nice, affordable solution. The single pickups are ceramic, but they sound bright and nice. The pole pieces are staggered on the singlecoils, which is a plus. If you're thinking about changing the pickgaurd/pups on your strat, it'll be a decent upgrade for a Squier. However, It would be a killer upgrade if you buy a nice set of GFS pickups, a pickguard, and a wiring kit. It's money well invested.
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#3
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The necks and bodies are from a factory closeout... So those aren't really standard GF parts. If you buy a neck, expect to be doing some fretwork on them.

The prewired pickgaurds are a nice, affordable solution. The single pickups are ceramic, but they sound bright and nice. The pole pieces are staggered on the singlecoils, which is a plus. If you're thinking about changing the pickgaurd/pups on your strat, it'll be a decent upgrade for a Squier. However, It would be a killer upgrade if you buy a nice set of GFS pickups, a pickguard, and a wiring kit. It's money well invested.


sweet, cause im thinking of building me a guitar around Christmas, im in the process of buying a telecaster right now, and i think im goin to buy so parts for it from gutiar fetish, like a mother of pearl pickguard
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