A huge range of Squiers just got even more affordable with $50 off at the Fender store

Fender makes their Squier guitars even more affordable by knocking $50 off a massive range of instruments
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Do you remember when buying an affordable electric guitar meant limiting yourself to only a handful of genuinely playable options? Well, we do, and boy, are we glad that that isn't the case anymore! Instead, brands like Squier prove that entry-level and inexpensive instruments are better than ever before, with Fender's sister brand offering high-quality options for every type of player – and better yet, Fender has knocked $50 off a massive range of these guitars to sweeten the deal. 

Now, when we say there is something for everyone here, we really mean it. This sale has every musical style and sonic possibility covered. From the retro and warm tone of the beloved Classic Vibe '50s Stratocaster to the radically styled Contemporary Telecaster RH, there's a guitar for every genre here. Semi-hollow fans can even take advantage of the discount to save money off the stunning Classic Vibe Starcaster – which sees Fender bring the wonky Jazzmaster sensibilities to an ES-335 style guitar.

Squier Electric Guitars: $50 off at Fender

Squier Electric Guitars: $50 off at Fender
Fender has gone and made their already fabulously affordable guitars even more affordable by knocking $50 off the best Squier electrics and basses. From the ever-popular Classic Vibe rage to the edgy Contemporary series, there's something for everyone in this sale. 

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Daryl Robertson
Senior Deals Writer

Daryl is a Senior Deals Writer at Guitar World, where he creates and maintains our 200+ buyer's guides, finds the best deals on guitar products, and tests the latest gear. His reviews have been featured in prominent publications like Total Guitar, Future Music magazine, and MusicRadar.com.

During his career, he has been lucky enough to talk to many of his musical heroes, having interviewed Slash and members of Sum 41, Foo Fighters, Feeder, Thrice, and more. In a past life, Daryl worked in music retail. For a little under a decade, he advised everyone from absolute beginners to seasoned pros on the right gear for their needs. 

Daryl is also a fully qualified sound engineer, holding a first-class Bachelor's degree in Creative Sound Production from the University of Abertay.