It all really depends if the pick guard is 8 or 11 screw config. It might but it might not
it depends if your a beginner i would go with the squier because the stratocaster is more advanced
Because Fender owns and makes Squier. You should know that.
The Fender Squier Stratocaster controller was released on March 1st, 2011.
If it's Japanese, 1993-1994.
Either take it into a Local music shop or go on Google and look up Fender Squier Strat serial numbers and punch in the number for instance with my 1994 Fender Mexican Stratocaster i would go on Google type in "fender Mexican stratocaster serial numbers" and it would pull up a Fender.com and i would look since mine is MN352234 I would look for "MN3+ 5 digits1993-1994" and i would find out that my guitar is either a 1993 or 1994 Fender Mexican Stratocaster Hope this helps Jesse Craig.
A Squier Strat guitar is an electric guitar in the Stratocaster family made by the famous guitar manufacturer 'Fender' - it comes with USB and iOS connectivity.
They're basicially the same but have different pickups and strings. The sound is probably different too.
yes, you can reaplace the pickguard to fit humbuckers but there are also humbuckers at the size of a single coil pickup like the Seymour duncan hot rails.
Yes, Fender owns and makes Squier. It's like Gibson and Epiphone.
as long as you can keep it
A Squier Stratocaster is a fairly versatile guitar and is not too difficult to play.It depends on what style of music you want to play but you cannot rewally go wrong with a stratocaster. If you can afford a Fender strat then that would be nicer to play than a Squier and should stay in tune better too.
A Squier guitar is manufactured by the famous Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. The Fender Squier range of guitars was initially introduced in 1982.
Starcasters tend to come with odder parts and are made out of cheaper materials. So in the end it actually depends on what Squier model you want. Most of the time Squier > Starcaster
According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squier this one would have been made in 1988.
Besides Fender, they own the Squier and Jackson brand names.
Yes it is possible to do so. There are a few ways of achieving this, the easiest way being to buy a new pickguard routed for humbuckers (either Humbucker-Humbucker or Humbucker-Single-Humbucker). A good place a new pickguard to get on is on guitarfetish.com. An other way is to route your current pickguard, but do not recommend this as it is much more risky. I also recommend getting the wireing done by a professional if you do not have experience in the domain. Nevertheless, the wireing diagrams can be found on seymourduncan.com .
1995. in Cort factory in Korea.
Yes. Much better. In my opinion, Gibson is the best guitar brand. Squier, is a part of fender and generally speaking, Squier guitars are not as good as fender.
The Fender American Stratocaster comes highly recommended for beginners. They sound smooth and have a thinner neck. Epiphone makes a Les Paul style guitar designed specifically for beginners. Squier and Yamaha also make for a good starter guitar.
Stratocasters are electric guitars made by Fender. They are mostly used in rock music, but can be used in many other genres. Fenders are not only made by Fender, but also by Squier. Squier is a company by Fender, but they make their products in Mexico, and not in California.
I'm pretty sure it means that your Squier is the 986, 087th guitar of that model made. The S might stand for Squier
Squier is better than Starcaster. Both are cheaper versions of the more expensive Fender guitars.
Yes definently, when i started out guitaring i had a fender squier and i thought it was brilliant to be honest. Even though its a cheaper more affordable version of a real fender i think its a great starting guitar i have a fender jaguar now and i remembered selling my squier i felt pretty sad haha but i would definently recommend it to beginners it is a cheap price for a good guitar
Fender does and fender only own fender, jackson, and squier might own more but dont know
Squier is the manufacturer of high end guitars that are frequently used by recording artists and are branded additionally with the names Fender and Fender Strat. The range includes acoustic, electric and bass guitars.