#2
if you like it it shouldn't matter what we think.

Its a fender so obviously it isn't a piece of garbage. Have you played it yet?
#3
i think 399 is about 600 USD, and generally signature models are priced more than a regular model

heres a standard strat http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/fender-stratocaster/1006 for about 440 usd, so the buddy guy is 160 dollars more expensive, and 110 quid more. Im not a fender guy, but i would say the extra 110 quid is for the polka dots and buddy guys name, so its up to you
#4
THE FENDER BUDDY GUY sig guitar.
Quote by killedbyaspork
because there is also a gibson squire, and they don't want to get them confused
#5
i've heard from a friend that you shouldnt bother with single coils, and i should get a guitar with humbuckers instead.
whats your opinion on that?

(i think its probably quite obvious that i dont really know what i'm talking about, but still, help would be much appreciated)
#6
what music do you play though?
Quote by killedbyaspork
because there is also a gibson squire, and they don't want to get them confused
#7
what music do you play though?


absolutely everything.
from robben ford to municipal waste.
#8
[quote="'[charlie_j"]']i've heard from a friend that you shouldnt bother with single coils, and i should get a guitar with humbuckers instead.
whats your opinion on that?

(i think its probably quite obvious that i dont really know what i'm talking about, but still, help would be much appreciated)

Single coils will probably give you a bright tone like Fenders are well known for. While humbuckers are generally a lot thicker tone. If you play a mellow genre like say.. indie definitely go for a single coil, if you play metal a humbucker is almost a must. Rock is kind of the middle ground where it really comes down to preference.