Whoa... a new HH Bullet TELE for $119?

Discussion in 'Squier Telecasters' started by Kid Klash, Jun 14, 2011.

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    If they come in Sunburst, I am in...
     
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    black, red,and sunburst
     
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    Well, I think I might have to go to GC to check them out.
     
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    They aren't on GC's site yet....
     
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    Dang........I wanna know more!!!
     
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    Me too. Gonna have to drive over to my local GC and see if they have them...
     
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    Aw man, I really, really didn't need to know about this.:eek:
     
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    Sorry but : GC ? Guitar Center?
     
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    Yep, that's it .... :cool:
     
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    I read and read but i need pics!!!
     
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    Yes, no pics yet, not anywhere I've checked.
     
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    I have been digging...and i live nowhere NEAR a GC!!!!!!! MUST>>>HAVE>>>>PICS!!!!!
     
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    Awesome, Kid! Klash! But I hope they are string-through, like "real" Teles and not string-ball through front of bridge; I bet they are the latter because that's how the Squier "Bullet" HH non-trem models were...main thing I love about Teles is string through back of body...then again how could we complain for only $119! Also I hope the tuners are those awesome DIFFERENT trapezoid tuners, the ones that came on the HH Indonesian Bullets...as trap tuners go, those are great. The clue will be if the tuners have no adjustment screws at the end of the knobs... one thing is for sure, if they are Indo-made like the hardtail and trem Indo HH "Bullets", the 'buckers are likely gonna be awesome!
    Wait, don't we go to hell for playing a Tele with 'buckers?:D

    Thanks Kid Klash, you the man! Always on the cutting edge of the latest Squier gems. And if they make one with a Bigsby clone for a few extra bux I am in; otherwise I need to pass. I just gotta whammy! I do have one Tele, a Squire Standard Tele which I use ONLY with my Roland GK-3 MIDI pickup for composition with synth. A Tele is better than a Strat for that IMO, because you really are better off with a hardtail of some kind with the MIDI pup (gotta have EXACTLY 1mm clearance between each string and each section of the 6 part/ hexaphonic pup...with a trem guitar, clearance is not as precisely constant) plus the string-thru Teles have awesome sustain! -Strad:)
     
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    My Affinity top loader actually has great sustain, very close to my string through Blacktop. Not enough to notice, JMO. I kinda prefer the top loader...strings are bendier and sound more live, even plugged in.
     
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    OOOOOooooo... gloss black, candyapple red, or a vintage-looking sunburst, with black pickguards, black (open) HB pups and black controls... me likey!
     
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    I feel so left out. I thought I started the strat HH last december. Well, I did do a hell of a promo for it. Kid thanks so much for this new one. Can hardly wait for you to take it apart and tell it like it is. I have been told I need a tele. For this price, if it is as good as those HH hardtail strats I have got to get one. Love ya dude!
     

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