Standard Strat in lefty variant comes with the same exact specs as it`s right-handed counterpart. It features the standard solid, double-cut body made of agathis. Agathis is the series standard tonewood, mainly due to it`s affordability and tone quality ratio. Together with maple--made necks, it forms a solid base for that classic Fender tone players expect from Squier`s Standard series models. This Standard Strat is available in multiple color options. All are finished in gloss and matched with chrome hardware. Bridge on this model is the standard non-locking tremolo. In it`s front, Squier installs a set of three passive single-coil pickups. Standard controls unit is featured with them. Neck is made of maple and it`s topped with a standard 21-fret rosewood fingerboard.


Standard Stratocaster Left-Handed Full Specs

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Body Shape Strat®
Body Type Solid Body
Body Wood Agathis
Bridge Pickup Type Single Coil
Neck Pickup Type Single Coil
Middle Pickup Type Single Coil
Bridge Tremolo
Controls Tone
Controls Volume
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fret Size 6105
Fingerboard Inlays White Dot
Hardware Chrome
Neck Shape C-shaped neck
Neck Wood Maple
Number of Frets 22
Number of Pickups 3
Number of Strings 6
Pickguard Yes
Pickup Switch Type 3-Position Blade
Left-handed Yes
Neck Joint Bolt-on
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Body Shape
Strat®
Strat®
Body Type
Solid Body
Solid Body
Body Wood
Agathis
Agathis
Bridge Pickup Type
Single Coil
Humbucker
Neck Pickup Type
Single Coil
Single Coil
Middle Pickup Type
Single Coil
Single Coil
Bridge
Tremolo
String Through
Controls
Tone/Volume
Tone
Fingerboard Material
Rosewood
Rosewood
Fret Size
6105
Medium Jumbo
Fingerboard Inlays
White Dot
Dot
Hardware
Chrome
Chrome
Neck Shape
C-shaped neck
C-shaped neck
Neck Wood
Maple
Maple
Number of Frets
22
21
Number of Pickups
3
3
Number of Strings
6
6
Pickguard
Yes
No
Pickup Switch Type
3-Position Blade
5-Position Blade
Left-handed
Yes
No
Neck Joint
Bolt-on
Bolt-on
1 User Review

Thomas on 2011-02-03 10:46:24

Okay for the money - the wood feels cheap (read light) but it does not matter to me - I have changed the picups to mexico standards - i sound like the standard series now. Opening the guitar to change picups you immediately see see that this is an entry level guitar - the compononents are of poor quality and the paintjob questionable...however, at the price not much should be expected. Also it has only two springs in the tremolo-system. This can affect tuning. Pricewise this is an incredible instrument - I own much more expensive Fenders, yet often I choose to play my squier. I do, however miss the lack of weight in the wood, which in a strange way minimizes playbility. If it was stolen I would proberly miss it without replacing it. It is a bargain ready to be costumized. Love the colour, love the sound, love the feel ($).

Squier by Fender Standard Stratocaster Left-Handed 3.54 out of 5 based on 18 ratings

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