#1
I have a Squier Showmaster NLT HSS (http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/reviews/electric_guitars/squier/showmaster_nlt_hss/index.html) and it's unmoded.

I'm think about buying this guitar: Kramer Striker FR 424 (http://www.kramerguitars.com/Product.aspx?ProductID=328)

Is it any good? The price is about 300€ + shipping (from america to portugal)

Should I just use my money on upgrading my squier, buy that guitar or should I buy other guitar?
#2
the big problem is that it might not be all that much better than what you already have.
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#3
the thing is, if you upgrade your squier, it's still a squier. not that there is anything wrong with them, they are good starter guitars, but if you're looking to step it up just get a new guitar.
#5
Ok thanks for your opinions.

If anyone still wants to comment I appreciate it.
#6
Well, they are quite different, if I'm not mistaken the Squire Showmaster isn't locking trem, and that'll make a huge difference at first, it'll be harder to change strings, tune and maintain; but that's a general issue relating all locking trems.
As for the quality, I can't comment, no one has kramers here in Portugal, and honestly I don't think anyone would want to.

From my experience there are plenty of good locking trem (if that's what you're after) guitars for just a few more 100€.
And a fender strat, made in mexico can cost as little as 450€ if you look, and that'll be a good buy. It's up to you, but look to spend a bit more if you want a life long guitar.