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Telecaster Guitars

The Telecaster, which was originally introduced to the world as the Fender Broadcaster, was one of the first electric guitars to see popular worldwide use and is synonymous with rock 'n' roll but is used in all genres of music with its twangy tone perfect for Country while heavier players such as Tom Morello even use the Fender Telecaster in straight-up rock music.

With guitarists as diverse as Keith Richards, Jeff Buckley, Jonny Greenwood and Brad Paisley all regularly performing with the Fender Telecaster, you have a good idea of just how versatile this workhorse guitar is.

More recently, Squier's Telecaster Guitars offer the same iconic style and twang as their Fender counterparts, available to beginners and entry-level players as a more affordable electric guitar option. With Fender's approval on manufacturing and quality control from the factory to shipping, Squier Telecasters deliver unbeatable value.

Stratocaster Guitars

Another hugely popular model of electric guitars is the Stratocaster. The guitar of choice for legends such as Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and more, this three single-coil equipped electric guitar is similarly versatile and a great guitar for a variety of genres and styles.

As the years went on, electric guitars continued to evolve. Fender has made several other guitar models available such as the Jazzmaster, the Jaguar and the Mustang, which have all become incredibly popular in their own right and found their niche offering an alternative style and performance.

Once again, Squier Stratocaster Guitars offer the same raw, in-your-face tone as their Fender counterparts, available to beginners and entry-level players as a more affordable electric guitar option.

Les Paul Guitars

Another legendary guitar to make its debut in the 1950s is the Gibson Les Paul. Equipped with two humbucking pickups, the Les Paul offered a bigger sound while the dual-coil style pickup offered a distinct sound that eliminated hum.

Commonly associated with rock music, the Gibson Les Paul is an icon and possibly as recognised as the legends that wield it. With influential players such as Jimmy Page, Slash, Joe Perry and more, all favouring the Les Paul, that's quite the testimony to this guitar's hard rock credentials.

SG Guitars

Originally designed as a double-cutaway version of the Les Paul, the Gibson SG gave rockers another solid-body axe for their arsenal.

Also equipped with a dual humbucker pickup configuration, the Gibson SG is famously used by such hard rockers as Angus Young of AC/DC, Black Sabbath's Toni Iommi, amongst others.


  • Are electric guitars easier to play than acoustic?

    As electric guitars generally have slimmer necks, smaller bodies, and lighter string gauges than their acoustic counterparts, most players find them easier to play.
  • Do I need an amp with an electric guitar?

    Yes, electric guitars require an amplifier to play.
  • What other accessories do I need with an electric guitar?

    Some popular electric guitar accessories include plectrums, straps, capos, and tuners.
  • What are the best electric guitar brands?

    Some of the best electric guitar brands include Fender, Gibson, Yamaha, PRS, Ibanez, Epiphone, and Gretsch.
  • Is it easy to learn the electric guitar?

    Although learning a new skill is never easy, with enough dedication anybody can learn to play the electric guitar.