They're all very different tonally. The newly-redesigned Bullet Strat is ideal for first-timer players looking for an easy-to-play, affordable electric guitar. The '63 is the closest to the traditional chimey and quacky Strat tone, even though it has Schecter Van Nuys pickups in it rather than the original. Now, the Bullet Strat features a 25.5” scale, so those with smaller hands might want to try the short-scale Stratocaster, with its 24” scale, or the Mini Strat, which boasts a 22/75" scale. Looks like the consensus is to skip both? Save up for a better cheap guitar? Trying to decide if my next Strat is going to be yet another tremolo model or if I should try a hardtail? I am going to build a new Strat. Even though I'm not a big tremolo user, I've always believed that the tremolo assembly (with its springs, bridge, etc) was a big part of that magic Stratocaster tone. One wonders why Squier didn't do this sooner? I played both for a time and ended up with the tremolo so I can block it off. I love Strat tone, but I don't use the tremolo much at all. I know this is all subjective. But I looked at a couple different ones. I recently bought a Squire Strat ($50) to use as a mod platform. Yikes. I've got 2 trem Strat-oids ('63 Strat, 2005 Squier Standard) and 2 hardtail ones (Carvin Bolt, SX Hawk with TOM style bridge). Squier Bullet Strat Hardtail. Wow. I'm planning on throwing in a set of EMG's, Blackouts, or an SD DD/59. At the time I write this in June 2017, Squier just released a selection of hardtail Stratocaster guitars, both in … Despite its title, the … Why not save for a decade and get a nice Les Paul custom? I only have experience with the Fender floating bridge (Strat-style), not Floyd-Rose (and the like), and my impression is that hardtails have marginally more sustain, all else being equal (and this is important for relevancy of the comparison!).. One was a hardtail the other was a Tremolo. Starting with the Squier Current/Popular Stratocaster around the beginning of 1983 (model CST-50: a ‘70s type bullet-truss Strat with flush-poled pickups), the Squier Strat began to diversify away from the strict ’57 and ’62 reissue format. Re: Stratocaster: Hardtail vs blocking the tremolo? SQUIER BULLET STRAT, BULLET MINI STRAT V2 and STRAT SS. Vintage V6 vs Squier CV: Stock budget strat for tremolo abuse (Henderson/Beck style) Discussion in 'Squier Strat Forum' started by 123223, May 22 , 2020.

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