Standard Series from Squier offers a range of six-stringed Strats and Telecasters with regular and characteristic Squier appointments. This particular model, the Black and Chrome Fat Strat comes clad in black and equipped with a powerful HSS pickups combo. Pickups on this model are combined with a solid, double-cut agathis body and maple neck. The end result is the decently strong tone and fairly good sustain. There is not much room for experimentation, but considering the price class of this six-stringer, it is more than versatile and pretty fat. Behind the pickups, there`s a standard non-locking tremolo bridge. It is plated in chrome and has the standard string-through construction. Neck on this one is bolted to the body and made of maple. On it`s top, there`s a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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Squier by Fender Black and Chrome Fat Strat 4.43 out of 5 based on 142 ratings
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