On tip of a “Rock Band 3″ functionality, a Squier doubles as a genuine electric guitar. It’s radically an entry-level option, though a decent one for a price. It has one doorknob for volume control, and usually one pick-up. The tradition polymer fretboard will feel bizarre to gifted guitarists, and a section we tested had some unchanging buzzing on certain frets. Even so, a guitar played and sounded good when we plugged it into an amp, and a plain Fender construction is light years over any existent guitar diversion controller. The Squier can also duty as a MIDI controller if we have a required setup.
Details: $279.99 (requires Mad Catz MIDI PRO-Adapter, $39.99); www.fender.com
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