Affinity Telecaster reviews— 25 total
25 user reviews of Affinity Telecaster by Squier
If you can get by the stock bridge as far as restringing is concerned, then this is a winner.
The finish is nice, and it's held its Shine over the past few months.
I'm really happy with it - it's possibly the best value for money on a guitar I've ever had, and...
I've been playing for 41 years. As currently configured, I would not replace.
It is hard to point out any problems with it and if problems did occur they could be easily repaired...
It plays well, stays in tune, and once adjusted has been very stable.
If it were stolen or it broke I would definitley get another.
It has the bits needed for daily use and for recording alike.
I've been doing music since the 70's, been through a few phases (country, bluegrass, Texas Swing, metal).
Delivers more than it promises. If treated with care will supply years and years of joy.
I love the neck, the style and the sound.
Which was the whole reason I liked it, I actually like the feedback but it can be pain at times.
If it were lost or stolen I would have to think long and hard about replacing it with an identical...
And it's really a wonderful starter guitar, but there's really not that much more to do with it besides mod...
I have been playig for 3 years and as I said this was my first guitar, when I bought it...
After playing this I have just ordered another Squier Telecaster, this time a tele custom with P90s.
I have been playing for about 3 years.
It worked really well for classic rock and blues but lesser for alt/indie rock.
Very versatile. I've been playin for about 3 months now and I have a Cube 30X (as said earlier).
But I also play newer ones like Linkin Park where the guitars sounds starts breaking beacause of the distortion and...
However you can't really play death metal on it as it want designed to do so.
It has its flaws, but they are nothing out of the ordinary for a guitar in this price range.
I didn't feel like spending $600 on an American Tele and this more than meets my needs now.
It is a classic among the guitars and I think is better than the Stratocaster in every aspect.
I would definetly buy something else next time.