Should I swap my Player Series strat with a MIA Fender Bullet?

Should I swap my Player Series strat with a MIA Fender Bullet?

  • Yes

    Votes: 3 9.1%
  • No

    Votes: 30 90.9%

  • Total voters


Aug 13, 2020
Hi, I just needed a second opinion on this trade. I would have to add 150 Canadian Dollars on top of my player series for the trade. FYI, I got them used for 590 Canadian dollars

This is not the actual guitar, but it looks identical.

I'm guilty of liking odd guitars just for the sake of being different, but I also liked that the bullet is a hardtail and the SS configuration, I also thought that finding another Strat in the future wouldn't be as hard as finding these. A potential deal breaker for me is that it has some cigarette burns and possibly smell as well.

EDIT: The picture I used wasn't actually the seller's, it's just to show what the guitar looked like.
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No GAS shortage here
Platinum Supporting Member
Feb 24, 2019
if you were in the states I would suggest you buy my aerodyne I have for 650. But thats just me View attachment 452366
Is that a straight flat top, or is there an arch to it?
Every time I see one it looks arched, but it's always hard to tell.

Oh, and still a nope.
They could give $150 and BOTH guitars for a Player... and they're still making a killing.


Most Honored Senior Member
Jan 10, 2014

Find a used Squier Mustang HH to mess around with.
Order a new Harley Benton Jazzmaster/Duosonic -clone.
Get a Firefly semi hollow body model.
A lot of other choices.


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