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Discussion in 'Squier Telecasters' started by Eddie, May 26, 2019.
i got it for free using an app called verydice believe or not!
Great information write up. I'm looking for a Tele myself.
Squier Affinity Telecasters are great guitars, even more so the Butterscotch Blonde!
If you weren't already planning to do so, consider shielding the neck, bridge, and controls cavities with copper tape when you do the replace the pickups.
My Afinity sports a parchment coloured guard,( shows like it's more white in the pic), Only thing I don't like about my Afinity is the bulbous toggle switch, one day I will get round to changing it, possibly ..
A barrel tip should be easy to find ? Come on over I have black or white !
I might be mistaken, but I don't think @Eddie even has this guitar anymore.
That's a nice long flight for a switch, I've done many road trips to buy guitars, pedal or bits but I've never done a sky trip..hahaha
My bullet has the same pickups as the pack affinity used to have. In fact, apart from the body colour, 21 fret and different fretboard(I have a green bullet) they as are identical.
Really love the Butterscotch color. Maple fretboard, no so much or at all. I have a Bullet FSR I bought here on ST, fantastic and a Affinity in name only YN7 . And an Austin I need a decent fretboard for, so it mostly sits.
These are fantastic guitars and incredible value for money. I have two (one white) and I've used them extensively in live situations. I have been impressed by how well they can be set up. I did do a little work on fret ends and the nut but that was it. I decided to upgrade the pickups on one but put them back - they do the job and sound fine and it's a very quiet guitar. Frankly I can't honestly say that through body stringing makes all that much difference - it's just tradition; Affinities are fine guitars.