Fender Squier Bullet Mustang HH IMPB1

Electric Guitar

  • Body: Basswood
  • One-piece neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Indian Laurel
  • Scale length: 610 mm
  • 22 Medium jumbo frets
  • Nut width: 42 mm
  • Pickups: 2 standard humbuckers
  • 1 Volume and 1 tone control
  • 3-Way toggle switch
  • Chrome hardware
  • Hardtail bridge
  • Standard strings: Fender 250L .009 - .042 (Article Nr: 133191)
  • Colour: Imperial Blue
No JavaScript? No Audio Samples! :-(

Audio Examples

 
0:00
  • Blues
  • Funk
  • Fuzzline
  • Hazey
  • Rock

Further Information

Colour Blue
Soundboard Basswood
Neck Maple
Fretboard Indian Laurel
Frets 22
Scale 610 mm
Pickup System HH
Tremolo No
Incl. Case No
Incl. Gigbag No

Come up with your own creative bundle and save

If you order this product together with others as part of a bundle, you can save up to 6 % additionally!
Fender Squier Bullet Mustang HH IMPB1 + Thomann E-Guitar Gigbag Eco +
11 more
Configure bundle now
starting from 129 €
6 Customer Ratings:
  • 5
  • 4
  • 3
  • 2
  • 1
4.3 / 5.0
  • features
  • sound
  • quality
4 written ratings Read all reviews
Total
features
sound
quality

Incredible value for money

THORta, 29.04.2018
Incredibly well built guitar for the money. At this price range would be expecting a block of cheese with some cheese strings but this is far from that. I would say it's giggable!
Helpful · Not helpful · Report
Report rating…

Do you believe this rating to be inaccurate or unacceptable for some reason?

Send report
fr Automatically translated (Show original)
frOriginal review (Show translation)
Unfortunately there was an error. Please try again later.
Total
features
sound
quality

nice for the price

Nicolas6636, 30.07.2018
It's a nice guitar to start. Very good value for money, but do not expect to ride in ferrari when you pay the price of a 2 hp.

So the positives:
- the weight. She is super light, mine weighs 2.950 Kg (200g less than my Epiphone SG), and well balanced.
- She has a nice mouth, well that's totally subjective. But the color imperial blue is very pretty, there are as many glitter everywhere mixed with blue, it's light but it's super pretty.
- It is very (too) easy to use, the three usual microphones positions, a volume, a tone and that's all.
- The sound is not too bad in the clear, rather neutral.
- the strings are super soft (9-42), and with a flat handle radius 12 "on a short tuning fork bend is really the top.
- The bridge is very correct, the strings are not through, but there is still sustain.

After the negative points:
- I love the flat sleeves, it's special, it changes the usual radius 9.5 "fender, but for the barred up it's weird when you're not used, must love. is not top top, on mine the rope of the frieze on the whole length of the neck if you attack a little strong.And in the 12th case the action is high enough, it's playable, it's good for a beginner, but must not be demanding on that side (when you look at the handle on the slice it's a little scary) After the raw wood month I kiffe, I think it slips much better than when it is varnished or painted, so this is the top.
On the other hand the laurel touch you feel that it is much worse than the rosewood (pau fero I do not know I have not tried yet), the touch scratches when you make a bend, it's annoying at first and very weird next to the rosewood or the bare maple neck it slides like on an ice rink. Aesthetically it's a little clear and I feel that at the bottom of the handle there is a small hole in the handle that has been filled, but it's flat to the touch.
- The mechanics are less worse than I thought, they respond not too bad, but the tuning is a nightmare. How to explain ... the hollow part in which the rope is lodged is too small compared to the other cylindrical part, so when you start turning the mechanism after placing your rope, the rope stays on the cylindrical part and do not put yourself in the hollow part, you have to push it in as you turn the mechanics and it's really painful and tedious. As soon as I can I change them for staged fender mechanics. There you see that the treble ropes go from high, even if there are still two ropes guides.
- After there are lots of little things that are not much in themselves, but you see that it's entry-level. The microphone selector for example, I do not know if it's done on purpose but it does not work right up and down or from right to left but diagonally, kind side northeast for the neck pickup and southwest for the bridge pickup (when you watch your guitar right in front of you).
And the protection plastics of the pickguard are put before the hardware, suddenly you would have to unscrew to remove the plastic, or tear and leave a piece in it, same for the selector where there you see that there are pieces of plastic protruding.

In terms of sound, do not expect the moon. Clearly it's ok without being extraordinary. In saturated it is a little rough. Personally I feel that the neck pickup is better and the bridge pickup is missing a little bit of potatoes, but it's hard to evaluate because it's not terrible terrible pickups. It's good for grunge, or indie rock. After playing with the volume you have the opportunity to have a little less mushy sounds if you do not thoroughly, but I think I will change the pickups with a split single / double for more versatility and better sound .
I think I'll change to ropes a little bigger like 10-46, because it's still too soft for me and the mid-acute string out of the neck if you get excited a little and you do not pay attention .
But it is clear that it deserves a luthier setting. If I could buy a good handle, but in short tuning radius 12 "is almost impossible to find without it costs the eyes of the head.

In the end I would say that it is a guitar more than correct for the price and I recommend it for beginners who have not much money. Just the weight and pitch for those who have little fingers is the best. After the sound ... do not ask too much. I think that with a change of microphone, then mechanics then, it can be a nice guitar. After I'm not sure that the basswood body makes a huge difference compared to the alder models more expensive, given the small thickness of the beast.
Helpful · Not helpful · Report
Report rating…

Do you believe this rating to be inaccurate or unacceptable for some reason?

Send report
Colour: Blue
Fender Squier Bullet Mustang HH IMPB1
(6)
Fender Squier Bullet Mustang HH IMPB1
to the product
122 €

Electric Guitar Body: Basswood, One-piece neck: Maple, Fretboard: Indian Laurel, Scale length: 610 mm, 22 Medium jumbo frets, Nut width: 42 mm, Pickups: 2 standard humbuckers, 1 Volume and 1 tone...

  • Design: Mustang
  • Colour: Blue
  • Soundboard: Basswood
  • Top: None
  • Neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Indian Laurel
  • Frets: 22
  • Scale: 610 mm
  • Pickup System: HH
  • Tremolo: No
  • Incl. Case: No
  • Incl. Gigbag: No
Fender Squier Bullet Mustang HH BLKIL
(6)
Fender Squier Bullet Mustang HH BLKIL
to the product
125 €

Electric Guitar Basswood body, One-piece maple neck, Indian Laurel fretboard, 610 mm Scale, 22 Medium jumbo frets, 42 mm Nut width, 2 x Standard humbucker, 1x Volume control, 1 x Tone control,...

  • Design: Mustang
  • Colour: Black
  • Soundboard: Basswood
  • Top: None
  • Neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Indian Laurel
  • Frets: 22
  • Scale: 610 mm
  • Pickup System: HH
  • Tremolo: No
  • Incl. Case: No
  • Incl. Gigbag: No
122 €
Incl. VAT; plus 20 € shipping
Free shipping over 298 €
Available immediately
Available immediately

This item is in stock and can be dispatched immediately.

Standard Delivery Times
Share This Product
Your Contacts
Phone: +49-9546-9223-20
FAX: +49-9546-9223-24
Offers include 24% Greek VAT and are valid as long as stocks last. Shipping costs to Greece are 20 EUR, free shipping on orders above 298 EUR. Please click here for international Shipping rates. We do not accept liability for typographical errors or inaccurate information of any kind. *RRP = manufacturer's / distributor's recommended retail price in Germany
Recently Viewed
Rode Rodecaster Pro

Rode Rodecaster Pro; Podcast Production Studio; designed for podcasts; 4 x XLR microphone inputs with 48V phantom power; 8 programmable sound effects pads for jingles and FX; instant mix minus for phone or app calls; 3.5mm TRRS cable, USB and...

to the product
655 €
Recently Viewed
Fun Generation CL 105 A

Fun Generation CL 105 A, Personal Monitor with Bluetooth/USB player, class D, 50 W RMS, frequency response 40 - 18.000 Hz, 3-band EQ, 1x Line In (3,5 mm jack / RCA), 1x Mic In (XLR / 6,3 mm jack), net...

to the product
80 €
Recently Viewed
Stairville LED Pixel Rail 40 RGB MKII

LED Pixel Effect Bar Follow-up version of the Stairville LED Pixel Rail 40 RGB with increased luminosity (not compatible with the previous model), Extremely compact design, Generates impressive effects in combination with the Pixel Rail Drive (Art.449740 , not...

to the product
92 €
Recently Viewed
Stairville TourStage Tele Leg 4x 60-100cm

Tour Stage Leg Set Set consisting of four height-adjustable feet for Tour Stage platforms, Dimensions: 60 x 60 mm, Adjustable length: 60-100 cm

to the product
98 €
Recently Viewed
Tech 21 Fly Rig PL 1 Paul Landers Sign

Multi-Effect for Electric Guitar Paul Lander's (Rammstein) Signature Model, 2-Channel SansAmp Fly Rig section, Active 3-band EQ in the "Fire" channel with switchable mids, Bite switch, 2-Band EQ and compressor in the "water" channel, Switchable dual mode boost, Optionally...

to the product
399 €
Recently Viewed
Fender SQ Bullet Tele LRL Red SPKL

Electric Guitar Body: Alder, Neck: Maple, Neck profile: C, Fretboard: Indian Laurel, Scale: 648 mm, Nut width: 42 mm, 21 Medium frets, Pickups: 2 single coils, Vintage style bridge, Colour: Red Sparkle

to the product
176 €
Recently Viewed
Lanikai Kohala Soprano WN

Soprano WN Ukulele Basswood body and top, Sapele neck, 356 mm Scale length, Neck width at the nut: 34.9 mm, Walnut fretboard, 12 Frets, Hardwood bridge, Colour: Dark satin

to the product
55 €
Recently Viewed
the t.bone SC 420 USB Desktop-Set

USB Studio Large Diaphragm Microphone Set With USB port for direct operation on the computer, No additional drivers necessary, Directivity: Cardioid, Frequency range: 30 - 18,000 kHz, Sensitivity: 25 mV / Pa, Maximum sound pressure: 140dB (at 1 kHz...

to the product
71 €
Recently Viewed
Mackie MC-250

Studio Headphones Circumaural, 50 mm Reference-quality drivers provide high overdrive safety and accurate playback across the entire frequency spectrum, Precisely tuned housing delivers powerful bass and detailed highs, A soft padded and adjustable headband and comfortable ear cushions provide...

to the product
99 €
Recently Viewed
Korg KDM-3 Dig. Metronom Limited

Korg KDM-3 Digital Metronome Limited Edition, With front panel of durable and elegant Pyinkado wood, the chic brown wood grain lends warmth to the monotonous case, 30 beats per minute to 252 beats per minute. Tempo setting option. Pendulum mode/full...

to the product
66 €
Recently Viewed
Fender SQ Bullet Tele LRL LPB

Electric Guitar Body: Alder, Neck: Maple, Neck profile: C, Fretboard: Indian Laurel, Scale: 648 mm, Nut width: 42 mm, 21 Medium frets, Pickups: 2 single coils, Vintage style bridge, Colour: Lake Placid Blue

to the product
166 €
Recently Viewed
Mackie MC-150

Studio Headphones Circumaural, Precise 50 mm drivers deliver outstanding transparency across the entire frequency spectrum, Amplified bass reproduction accurately reproduces low and very low frequencies, so that individual bass notes or kick drums can be heard very well, A...

to the product
79 €
Feedback Found an error or want to give us feedback about this page?

We're looking forward to hearing from you and aim to solve any problems as soon as we can.

Please leave a comment. Please enter your email address.