#1
I have a Squier strat(<____< and I need the action lowered, the bridge pickup rewired, and maybe a pickguard change. How much would it be?
#2
Just get a new guitar. Theres good ones for not a lot of money.
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#5
imo, you'd be better off getting a new guitar. Well...most likely used actually.
#6
Yes im ordering my Epi lp custom in about 10 minutes and i am upgrding from the squier.
GO BUY A NEW ONE>
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Yes im ordering my Epi lp custom in about 10 minutes and i am upgrding from the squier.
GO BUY A NEW ONE>



which one? i got the silverburst. i actually upgraded from a sg special faded. it sounds so good.
#8
ya, either go buy a new guitar, or fix it yourself, it's not that hard. all you really need to know is how to sauter, and that's it.
#9
Lol squier are a cheap knock off of Strats just get a new guitar, it'll be faster and you'll be happier
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I have a Squier strat(<____< and I need the action lowered, the bridge pickup rewired, and maybe a pickguard change. How much would it be?


go to GC and ask. then buy a new guitar with the money you would have spent on repairing it.
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#12
upgrading/adjusting a squire is only worth it if you can do it yourself or get it done very cheaply, but if you do it right you can get it to sound as good and play as nice as some more expensive guitars
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