The Fender Squier Bullet is a beginner 6 string electric strat made in Indonesia. It is not the most performant, but the fact is that is playable and that the brand is trustable. It has 3 single coils, old fashion bridge and tremolo, 1 volume knob, 2 tone knobs, 5 way switch, white pickguard, bolted on neck, rosewood fingerboard, small headstock, truss rod ( inserted from the headstock ), 2 string trees, 21 medium frets, circle inlays, pickguard, Syntetic Bone nut, C shape maple neck, 9,50" fretboard radius, strap nails and a 1/4" audio input on the face. I've had it for quite some time now and I have to tell you it plays great. The only thing that has been damaged is the body with a few chips in the paint, some scratches on the pickguard and on the middle coil due to the pick. The tremolo, however, does not work out of the box. To see how to fix it visit my other post [ here ]. The Die-cast metal tuning pegs are not the best, either but they get the job done. The paint job is good, the frets are in position, quite in tone, does not go out of tune and comes with an extra spring for the tree and two hexagonal screwdrivers. The strat is quite confortable to play due to its signiture form and the controls are always close to where you are playing. You can play it without an amp, if the room you are in is quiet but to learn to how to hear better you should have an amp. It comes in a lot of colors including black. Even if it is not the best one for medium or advanced musicians, it is suerly going to help you learn music.