Affinity Strat reviews— 92 total
92 user reviews of Affinity Strat by Squier
It is really versatile. I have been playing for 7 years and have had this guitar for 5 years.
The Squier Affinity Stratocaster has you covered. Ciao..
Of course it can't lay a finger on my Michael Kelly Patriot Glory, but it's outlasted a few of my...
I definitely plan on upgrading in the future.
Its decent for the blues, and good rock n roll.
I've been using this guitar for 2 years now and have never regretted in buying it.
Put some new pickups in it and some new tuners and it could be the equivalent of a Mexican Fender...
For $220 AUD you get some pretty good features and I doubt you will find a guitar that's better for...
I have onlybeen playing for less then a year and it has served me well, and I'm sure it will...
I have been playing for almost three years and do not think that this guitar needs anything else (maybe a...
I've had better, I've had worse. I also have a Squier Bullet Strat and in my opinion, you should get one of those instead.
I've been playing for a year and a half and I only own this and a Fender knockoff.
I have been playing for 4 years and the only other piece of gear that I have is my amp.
Don't go for the beginner's amp though, it's pathetic and spoils the overall sound of the guitar.
He's been playing for about a year and he plays mostly ACDC stuff.
I play everything, and it seems to handle it all, it just needs to be set up properly and used...
Since I've been playing the electric for a year, and this is my first and only electric guitar, I'm so...
I've been playing classical and Acoustic for 6 years, and I played electric for 2.
I've been playing about 7 years, and I own gibsons, gretsch, and an Ovation acoustic.
One thing that bothered me was reading reviews on these Squier Strats and people were comparing these to Fender Stratocasters...
It growls when put through high gain and metal distortion and chirps like a little canary on the clean channel.
This guitar works well all jazzed up with my mods, but new it with stock stuff it just coldn't hold...
I going on my 7th year of playing guitar.
If it were stolen I would not think twice in taking the money and running to an Agile LP or...
The transitions up the neck are extremely smooth.
I play preferablly metal, and it works out perfectly.
I will soon become the proud owner of an Epihone LP custom, which completely outclasses this Strat.
this isnt a good match for metal but fine for punk and rock..
I've been playing for nearly a year now and this was an excellent buy for me.
I own this and a Rogue acoustic guitar and this guitar I've had for 7 months.
I compared it with a Yamaha Pacifica, but this was much better and 5 cheaper..
It sounds decent both clean and distorted. I've been playing for around two and a half years, and it is a good starter guitar.
I have been playing electric guitar for years and own a selection of guitars including this guitars bigger brother; a...
Overall it is good guitar for what we paid for it and it would make a good second guitar, but...
It can work with many different styles of playing.
Sadly the best thing about the "Strat Pack" is the guitar the accesories are for the most part junk.
I've been playing for a little over a year now.
For a beginner, or even someone playing for their own enjoyment, this is a pretty good guitar.
This was my first guitar, so I've been playing since sometime in september 2001.
great for customizing. All you need for a first guitar really and it will last.
If I had more cash I would still rather have an American Stratocaster, but this comes relativly close.
I have been playing for about 5 years and own 6 other higher end guitars (ESP, Ibanez, Dean).
From soul and jazz to metal. I've been playing guitar for almost 2 years now and I'm in a band and this guitar is very useful for taking to practices because we practice in a dirty/dusty garage.
I have been playing for 4 years and can play most of the material that I want to play.
I have only been playing for nine months but am already in the school jazz band which I know usually...
If it were lost or stolen, I would definitely by a Fender Strat next time, although I would quite happily...
I'm not gonna lie, it does handle it fairly well for a beginner guitar, but I expect more.
So I know a lot about money payed, value, sound, constraction etc.
If this guitar was stolen or lost, I'd probably wanna buy a Fender Stratocaster or an electric guitar with a...
I'm nothing special though. This has been a good starting guitar but if it were lost/stolen I would not try to replace it but instead get another guitar, maybe an Epiphone G-400 or a Washburn.
As previously mentioned, the guitar is decent for the price and should satisfy any beginner, but matched to professional guitars...
It was my first guitar, and really I didn't know exactly how to go about buying a guitar.
I would not buy this guitar again because I know it is not the bees knees but it is probably...
This was my first guitar after switching over from Bass (which I played for four years)and it got me started...
I've been playing for about two years, and this was my first guitar, I'm getting another soon, next I think...
Although it's cheap, quality suffers. If youre thinking about getting into guitar for real, I'd get a Highway One Strat (made in america and only costs 600bucks) or at worst a Standard Strat.
In the future I'll probably replace the sungle coils for some mini humbuckers.
This is the only guitar I own but I am planning to buy either an LTD M-200FM or an Epiphone...
I've been playing about a year now and this is my first electric guitar.
blues rock, classic rock, a little bit of '80s rock, some fingerpickin' flamenco even.
But I would much rather have a Fender for sure.
I've been playing for about a year, and it's a very good starter guitar.
It sounds good with distortion on my gorilla GG-20 Amp, and the neck pickup is great for soloing and classical...
I've played for over a year now, and I also own an Ibanex AX, and a few acoustics.
I've been playing for about 2 and a half months, but I've had a bit of experience with a Fender...
But only beginners. If I could do it over I would save up for a nice Epiphone or a Fender Strat.
It worked for me as a starting guitar; I'm getting the Ibanez GRG but I think I'll still be using...
Not a good guitar, ok for a begginer but they will grow out of it quickly..
I think better pickups would make it awesome.
It's a good deal on it for everything that comes with it though but I wouldn't buy another one..
Has enough noise factor to be used for metal and can be slimmed for astonishing tone.
An excellent choice for begginners who want to.
I've been playing acoustic that whole time and I though that it was time for an electic.
It has a nice crunchy distortion and a cool smooth clean.
I've been playing for 4 years. If this thing was stolen, I would'nt really care.
I was a beginner when I started out using it still am.
I've been playing for about 6 1/2 years now and it hasn't failed me a bit.
Don't buy this with the pack, buy it separately.
I own many guitars, ranging from a basic Encore up to a PRS Santana and a Gibson SG custom.
This guitar feels better than both, probably because it is mine and no one elses.
It only matches some of the styles I play I've been playing for a bout 5 years now and I...
This guitar is good for church (even though I don't use it for church).
Since I was really re-introducing myself to playing the electric guitar again I should've spent a few exta hundred dollars...
This guitar has everything you could want in a guitar thats under 300 bucks.
The Squier is the best value for money I've had in a long time.
When I bought it, I had no knowledge of electric guitars, nor had I really reached a skill level where...
I know it isn't the best guitar but for what it cost it was a good deal.
I would reccomend not buying a crappy guitar that will adequetly serve only for a half a year or so...
However, the build and finish quality wasn't always good and the sound isn't too impressive.
All in all a brilliant first guitar..
This guitar works with it. If it was stolen or lost (take it and die), I would replace it in a heartbeat.
It's the cheapest best guitar, and with a some clever customisation, it could rival the real Fender strats..