Squier Affinity Telecaster

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About Squier Affinity Telecaster

Squier Affinity Telecaster is the officially licensed and more affordable version of the Fender Telecaster. Loved for its versatility and classic look, the Telecaster is one of the most popular electric guitars ever created.

Options include models with single coil pickups for that quintessential tone the Tele is known for and humbucker versions for those who like more power in their sound. This makes the Squier Affinity Telecaster a great choice for almost any type of music.

Whether you are after a Squier Affinity Tele in the classic Butterscotch Blonde gloss urethane finish with a maple neck or a Fender Special Run, the Affinity Series is a fantastic option for new players and seasoned professionals after an affordable and dependable Tele.

The Squier Affinity Telecaster is the ultimate guitar for beginners and students. With it's popular design, and solid build this is the ideal instrument for people who are looking to dive into the world of electric guitar with a reliable guitar that will show them the ropes.

 

Why Should I Choose a Squier Affinity Telecaster?

  • An excellent choice for those on a budget
  • The Telecaster is one of the most iconic models ever made
  • Humbucker and single coil options to choose from

Frequently Asked Questions about Squier Affinity Telecaster

Question: Is the Squier Affinity Telecaster a good guitar?
The Squier Affinity Telecaster is an excellent guitar that's optimized for beginner players. With great design, and decent build quality, it's an ideal guitar for people looking to get started.
Question: What is the Squier Affinity Telecaster series?
The Squier Affinity Telecaster series provides guitarists with a well-playing Telecaster at a very attractive price point. Excellent for beginners and students, they are also good enough to gig with.
Question: What's the difference between Squier Affinity Telecaster and Bullet?
A Squier Affinity Telecaster has key differences from the Standard. The Affinity uses higher quality hardware than the Bullet for it's bridges and tuners etc. The materials are also different, with the Affinity series making use of maple fretboards over the Bullet's Indian Laurel.
Question: Where are Squier Affinity Telecasters made?
Squier Affinity Telecasters are made in Indonesia.
Question: Can you gig with a Squier Affinity Telecaster?
Of course! It's a fantastic, affordable option for gigging, whether it's your main guitar or brought along as a secondary option.
Question: Is a Squier Affinity Telecaster worth it?
Yes, a Squier Affinity Telecaster delivers excellent value for money and makes for a great entry point into the Telecaster world.