What first started as a small violin manufacturer in 1890 journeyed to a sub brand of the well-known Fender guitars. Squier has become the prime medium-class model at an affordable price, played by mostly younger generations and beginner players around the world. Being a subdivision of the highly valued Fender brand, Squiers are especially perfect for beginner players who need a cheaper way to get familiar with name brand and staple models. The price does not take away from the value however, Squier guitars are manufactured globally and used amongst famous musicians and songwriters around the world. Take a look and see our options!
“ I use that guitar because it’s matte black and it’s got a volume knob, and that’s it. It was like £150 and I’ve swapped the scratchplates over and I’ve smashed it up, but it just doesn’t break or go out of tune”.
-Van Mccann from Catfish and the Bottlemen on Squier guitars