Buying a Fender Standard Stratocaster?
Good choice! However, there are things you should know before you buy. Therefore I recommend that you read this article before you make your decision.
If you don’t feel like reading the whole article(I understand you, I’m lazy too) you can:
There is constant debate in the guitar world over who gets the honorable title of “The Best Guitar Brand!”. The top contenders usually are Fender and Gibson. However, this debate is pointless. There is no best guitar brand. What there actually is, on the other hand, is a great difference in sound. Which brings us to…
The Fender sound
Aah, the beautiful Fender sound. There is nothing quite like it. But lets not get too philosophical. We want answers and the question that needs answering this time around is: What is the Fender sound?
The fender sound has a beautiful high, treble, clean sound(As opposed to the more warm sound of a Gibson). “This may be great and all”, I hear you saying, “but I want to play some Rock N’ Roll!”. No worries my friend, the fender sound have tons of really gritty capabilities. If you crank up the gain and overdrive on one of these badboys you can rock out all night.
Rock stars that used stratocasters
To give you the full scope of what this guitar is capable of I thought I would make a list of some of the various, amazing, artist that are famous for using fender.
- Eric Clapton
- Jimi Hendrix
- Kurt Cobain
- George Harrison
- Yngwie Malmsten
- And many more…
Buying a Guitar Online?
Some of you might be hesitant to buy a guitar on amazon. Perhaps you want to walk in to the guitar store and feel the guitar before you buy it. This sounds nice. However, are you willing to pay a 100$ premium(or more!) for a tiny bit of “feelgood”? Let’s be rational. If you buy the guitar online you will save lots of money.
If you are interested in buying the guitar you can:
==> Click here to check out the Fender Standard Stratocaster
So after all of this. What can we say? Is there such a thing as a “Best electric guitar”? Short answer: No. What there is, however, is a best guitar for you. Do you want to blues it out like Clapton? Or perhaps rock your head off like Cobain? Then this guitar just might be, the best guitar for you.