Squier Bullet Telecaster, brand new, unboxed then setup & treble bleed circuit added. Read the full details on how these (I got four) Squier Telecaster guitars were checked out and setup and learn about all the problems you’re likely to get with a new one from the factory.
Fortunately for you, I’ve resolved all these issues and set this guitar up with great action and an awesome tone that stays true no matter how you set the volume control, thanks to a treble bleed circuit that I added, based on the treble bleed Fender puts in their American made guitars.
These are not the cheap Squier Telecasters with top-loading bridges, these are strings-through the body type for great tone and sustain.
I’ve also added two roller string guides because this model needs two guides even though Squier Teles only come with one and I’ve used roller guides instead of the friction-plagued standard tee guides.
I’m going to add these mods to all future Squier Teles and add them to our Super Squier line.