Bullet reviews— 15 total
15 user reviews of Bullet by Squier
Yet. Out of the 17-18 months I've been playing, I've used this instrument for 7 months.
I wish it had more than a 21 fret neck..
My first guitar was a really bad Acoustic, so even if this guitar is pretty bad it was an upgrade.
I own a lot of other guitars. 1983 Ibanez artist, 1999 Hamer Vanguard, no name setneck tele thinline Washburn d10 Scedl (unsure of year), 1980 Yamaha rosewood and spruce Dreadnought, 2008 Jay Turser Jumbo elctric Acoustic, Ibanez electro Nylon Strung Classical, 2001 Ovation 1868 Elite.
It is versatile, and can play almost any music with a good effects pedal and amp.
I'll probibly buy another electric soon, but I'm fine with this one at the moment.
I have been playing for 5 years ruthly and I own a Fender Strat, Artisan 335, Blues Rock double neck...
Not really good for hard stuff, the sound is a little trebely for it, but I like it.
I play pop-rock kind of music, and it fits it pretty well.
It's not like horrible and it's not the best.
For a starter guitar its quite reasonable but if youv got an extra 30 quid you could get a Pacifica...
I wouldnt buy it again if it was stolen or lost I hate how I get so much noise out...
I've been playing for about two years now.
If you're a newbie at the electric, I'd recommend it.
Pretty much anything if you have the right amp and pedal setup.