Squier by Fender Bullet Mustang HH Electric Guitar, Imperial Blue

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Squier by Fender Bullet Mustang HH Electric Guitar, Imperial Blue

 

£125.00

In Stock

Features

  • Body Material Basswood
  • Body Shape Mustang®
  • Body Finish Gloss
  • Neck Material 1-Piece Maple
  • Neck Finish Satin
  • Neck Shape "C" Shape
  • Scale Length 24" (610 mm)
  • Fingerboard Material Rosewood
  • Fingerboard Radius 12" (305 mm)
  • Fret Size Medium Jumbo
  • Nut Material Plastic
  • Nut Width 1.650" (42 mm)
  • Position Inlays White Dot
  • Truss Rod Vintage-Style
  • Truss Rod Nut Hex
  • Bridge Pickup Standard Humbucking
  • Neck Pickup Standard Humbucking
  • Controls Master Volume, Master Tone
  • Switching 3-Position Toggle: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge And Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup
  • Configuration HH
  • Bridge 6 Saddle Modern Hardtail Bridge Squier
  • Hardware Finish Chrome
  • Tuning Machines Standard Cast/Sealed
  • Pickguard 3-Ply White/Black/White
  • Control Knobs Black Plastic
  • Switch Tip White
  • Neck Plate 4-Bolt Squier®
  • Strings NPS, .009-.042 GaugesGrea

Description

Here’s what Fender Squier say

Perfect for the raucous sound of indie music, the Bullet Mustang HH is just plain fun to play. Powered by a pair of giant-sounding humbucking pickups, it sports a comfortable “C”-shaped neck with a modern 12”-radius fingerboard and a modern six-saddle hardtail bridge. A tonal powerhouse that punches well above its weight, the Bullet Mustang HH is the ideal instrument to power your next hit.

For fat, high-output rock tone, this instrument features a pair of humbucking pickups.

A string-thru-body bridge enhances vibration transfer, resulting in increased sustain, while the six individual saddles can be adjusted for precise intonation along each string.

This instrument features a fingerboard radius (the amount of curvature across the width of the fingerboard) that, at 12”, is substantially more flattened than both a vintage-style 7.25” radius and a modern 9.5” radius. Feels notably flat even though there’s still slight curvature—great for bending notes without fretting out.