Squier diversifies its Mini series, offers new Mini Stratocaster

The affordable range offers a Mini Precision Bass and a Mini Jazzmaster available in Custom colours, alongside a Mini Stratocaster

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Whilst Fender has today announced the reintroduction of its Road Worn series and an update to its beloved Tone Master range of amplifiers, Squier has also revealed an update to the popular Mini series – perfect for both beginner’s and those with a penchant for smaller bodied guitars and quirky offsets.

First up is the Mini Stratocaster (£129/€149) and Mini Stratocaster Left-Handed (£129/€149), its a smaller version of the popular Bullet Strat, perfect for beginners and players with smaller hands. Available in Black, Dakota Red or Shell Pink, it also features a poplar body with a C-shaped maple neck, Squier single-coil pickups and a hardtail bridge.

Also in the range is the Mini Precision Bass (£129/€149), equipped with a thin and lightweight body, an easy to play “C”-shaped neck profile and a hardtail bridge for solid tuning stability. Available in both Black or Dakota Red.

Lastly we have the super cool Mini Jazzmaster HH (£129/€149). A reduced-size option for both Jazzmaster fans and aspiring players alike, this tiny offset comes with dual Squier humbucking pickups and 3-way switching for true Squier sonic variety, plus it’s available in a selection of classic colours including Daphne Blue and Surf Green.

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