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Squier Affinity Series Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar Butterscotch Blonde

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Now you can grab a Squier Affinity Series Telecaster Special even if you're on a budget. This limited-run axe is a Fender-designed honey. It features the most famous of all Tele finishes atop an alder body joined to the rock-solid bolt-on maple neck with maple fretboard and dot inlays. Also has a 25-1/2" scale, medium-jumbo frets, and 2 single-coil pickups.

Alder body Maple neck Maple fretboard 25-1/2" scale Medium-jumbo frets

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This is way better guitar than you should get for what it costs. Overall its well worth the money after a good setup and/or upgrades.
I just purchased this Squier Telecaster to do some country pickin with. First I must say this was the worst out of the box set up I have ever seen, and I have been playing guitar for 5 years. It had Buzz galore to the point of not even being playable. The truss rod was one whole turn too tight, and intonation was a whole pitch sharp at the 12th fret. After a couple hours of setting it up perfect it plays great now and looks as good as it plays. Neck pocket is tight unlike some of the mexican teles which are hit or miss, pickups sound good for Squier although they are a little noisy, tuners are good quality, neck is smoothe and fast, body is alder and not poplar which is a pleasant surprize from Squier. Overall its well worth the money after a good setup and/or upgrades.
Everything a Tele should have.
I would gladly pay a few more bucks for better switches, no plastic parts ( nut and Cord input ) the plastib is fine now but I don't think it will hold up over time.
Squier Affinity Series Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar Butterscotch Blonde
.I give this guitar a 10/10. Everything is great, the build quality, the sound, and the price! I highly recommend this guitar to anyone, you won't be disappointed.

Happy Playing!
Feature wise; just like any telecaster I've seen it has the exact some loveable pickups and neck.
The quality of the guitar is stellar for the price.The body of the guitar is great looking in person and has no defects or dings as far as I have seen. The neck is natural and perfectly smooth, very easy to play with. There are no sharp frets as you move your hand up or down the neck. The tuning machines, just like any other squire product I've purchased are incredible as well; they tune very precisely and hold the tuning for extended times of play. The pickups sound great and hardly give out much fuzz noise like cheapo guitars.
Of all the other guitars I've tried, Fender so far makes the best valued guitar for a name brand. They keep the high quality and the price at still an affordable level that even those with little money can still afford.
Squier Affinity Series Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar Butterscotch Blonde
.Guitar was fine out of the box. Tuned a half step low which is good for shipping it.As I mentioned earlier, switch is sticking up way to high, Fender should look at that and maybe tint the necks a little.I like string thru body but the guitar has lots of sustain even without that feature,, especially for a Tele.
I got the Squire Affinity Telecaster because lefty's are still hard to come by and I missed having a tele. ( I have two Srats) This guitar will probably not be a second guitar when I get done with a few changes. If you are on a tight budget buy it and maybe make a few minor changes and you'll have a great guitar instead of a very good for the price guitar.
Guitar has all you could want in a Tele.Sounds good and snaps and spanks as good as any Tele I've owned, better than some.
Well built. 3 way switch is too tall and top hat tip seems to be glued on. Once I get it off the switch will have to go.As with any lefthanded guitar the volume and tone controls are wired in reverse.Kind of silly to do that because it's one of the first things I and other lefty friends change.Pick ups sound good but I have a set of Fender SCN's laying around that I'll put in place of the stock ones. Neck is too light in color but plays really well.Guitar is heavy but I like that.Body is beautiful in butterscotch.
Great guitar for the price. Most mexican ones aren't as good.
Squier Affinity Series Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar Butterscotch Blonde
.If you're looking for a Tele, and don't care about what brand name is on the headstock, then look no further. I've been playing for 5 years, and I've played many different guitars, cheap and outrageously expensive. You will not be disappointed.
I've wanted a Fender tele for a long time, but I kept finding deals on other guitars that were too good to pass up. Finally, the time had come, so I started researching what tele deals there were to be had. And I kept seeing people say that this Squier Affinity offering was surprisingly good for the price. So, I figured, why pay three times as much for a MIM telecaster when I could get this guitar that had earned so many positive reviews for less than $200. I was nervous about ordering a guitar online, and when the box came and I saw how bent and banged it was, my heart skipped a beat. But the packing did the job - guitar had a bent selector switch, but no other signs of abuse. Unlike the reports others have written, it was not set up perfectly when it arrived. The neck pickup was not level, and intonation on the lower three strings was off. I straightened the selector switch, but it still feels mushy and does not click into settings properly, although it does allow me to choose the pickups if I'm careful where I leave it. I adjusted the neck pickup level and higher, tuned the guitar, and set the intonation. And when I was done, I had one sweet sounding piece of equipment. And sweet playing. One thing that was set up perfectly at the factory was the neck. The neck is straight, the fret ends are flush with the edge of the neck - no sharp edges to file, and the action is great. And you know what, it is a lightning fast neck, faster than my much more expensive Fender Roadhouse strat. On the other hand, the pickups can pick up quite a bit of buzz on high gain when you're not playing, even in the middle position, but I can live with that because when you play, they sound great. Even with high distortion, the notes come through clear, not muddy, and the thing rings like a bell when played clean. All-in-all, this is a fantastic deal. Is it better than an American Fender tele? Probably not - it has cheap components that lead to issues that you are not likely to have with a more expensive guitar. But it does the right things well - plays fast and smooth and sounds great, and that makes it worth every penny you paid for it, and probably the same number of pennies again, actually. I'm sure a lot of it has to do with the simplicity and robustness of the telecaster design - if there is one guitar that you could skimp on and still get something close to the original, it's a tele. If you are going to go cheap on one axe in your arsenal, or if you want to learn on a budget, this is the deal. Based on my experience, and the experience of nearly every other person who has reviewed this guitar online, it's very unlikely you will regret it.

Squier Affinity Series Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar Butterscotch Blonde
.Sure, the cheap three-way toggle was broken and jammed into the control cavity when it arrived, and the finish (which is really amber, not butterscotch blonde) is so thin that it borders on brittle, but the neck alone is worth the price tag. Add two pretty solid pickups and a six-saddle top loader bridge to the plus column and you've got yourself a four-star guitar at a two-star price.

Clearly, it's an entry-level guitar for lefties on a budget - and I should have bought two!
Squier Affinity Series Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar Butterscotch Blonde
.Got it out of the box....perfect tune and no electrical problems....sorry to the guys that got lemons because it is a great guitar for the price.
I have wanted one since I was 16 but the price for a tele is out of my range. I have an affiny bass that is just as awesome.............use your money here guys!!
Squier Affinity Series Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar Butterscotch Blonde
.Great price and product..Wowed my musician friends
Squier Affinity Series Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar Butterscotch Blonde

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I have walked into countless brick and mortar stores, box or otherwise and seldom find any lefty instruments. I teach guitar in a public school and bought this guitar as a scratch and dent. First of all, if there were any problems with this instrument, I didn't see them. The fit, finish and overall construction is excellent. The tuners are very good, as are the knobs and switches. The only thing I would consider switching would be the saddles - they're definitely cheap. What I love most about this guitar is that you can dive into it without any inhibitions! I use a small Fender amp and love the tonal control of the Tele pick-ups. I was concerned about the color, however the color is more of a deeper caramel color than the ochre color in the pix. Looks great with the black pickguard.
Squier Affinity Series Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar Butterscotch Blonde
.My guitar arrived in 'unplayable condition'. The neck was badly bowed and I wasn't about to take it to a shop and pay more money to get it in 'playable' condition. I got a lemon and now, because I'd gotten rid of the boxes, it's unreturnable. I still haven't heard from Custom Guitar's Friend on whether or not I can return it. This problem should be considered an 'exception', and allow it to be returned.
Squier Affinity Series Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar Butterscotch Blonde
.I gave it as much as 3 stars becuase it's an inexpensive guitar. And the guitar weighed less than my MIM Tele. It's also a pretty guitar! But the frets needed more filing. Running up and down the neck was like running my hand along barbed wire without a glove. My thumb and index fingers looked like fish gills after playing. The sound pickups had little definition too. Volume between the pickups varied, and the pickups hieghts aren't adjustable. I'll be sending this guitar back.
Squier Affinity Series Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar Butterscotch Blonde

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