This Squier Affinity Series Telecaster in Black offers incredible playability at a ridiculously low price. Never before have this many features and this level of performance been available for just a couple hundred bucks! Plus, a slick Vintage look that has made it's way in to the hands of dozen's of legendary player's!
The Affinity Series from Squier® offers fantastic quality for the money. Classic Telecaster looks and tones at a price point anybody can afford! A C shape maple neck is perfect for small hands and beginner guitarists. a 9.5" radius and medium-jumbo frets combine for a highly playable guitar that lets you focus on making progress. A slender nut width a 1.6" again lends itself perfectly to the beginner.
Vintage sounding pickups meet a modern playing guitar for the best of both worlds! The best value in electric guitar design today, the Squier Affinity Series Telecaster is a solid Squier player with a traditional aesthetic style and classic features. With versatile sound and easy playability, as well as eye-catching finishes, this Telecaster is a great way to dip your toes into the electric guitar pool.
This guitar is classic Telecaster, all the way. A solid Alder body teamed with a Maple neck gives you a powerful and bright sound. Seriously an Alder body for $199? This is MADNESS!!! Vintage Styled Pickups nail the Tele Tone and a 3-way switch, master volume, and master tone control give you access to all the classic sounds.
The pictures in this listing are our own stock photos of the model. There will be some slight differences between the photos and the serial number in this listing however they are very difficult to notice.
Why buy a Squier from The Music Gallery instead of Amazon? Because we add value to them via our World-Class Luthiers and Techs who have seen, set-up, and worked on 100s of thousands of guitars over the last 50 years. Import guitars require considerably more up-keep, routine work, and a massive initial set-up that allows them to play easily in tune. That's part of why Squier Guitars are affordable in the 1st place: they skip many of the expensive, labor-intensive steps that make a guitar play above average. One chord on a Squier from The Music Gallery and you'll understand just how good our Tech's are!