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The new Fender did not acquire any physical assets of the old company, just the name "Fender".
Hence during 1985 to 1987, production of Fender guitars was only done in Japan, while USA Fender created a new factory in California. BUT note that the "E" and "N" series does sometimes appear on "made in Japan" models. In any case, if it says "made in Japan", then it is... Fender has recently (in the last 20 years) introduced LOTS of different serial numbers schemes, depending on the country the Fender was made (USA, Mexico, Japan, Korea, etc). Sorry, since I do not collect new Fenders, I don't really keep track of these things.
If you’re a fan of how the Fender Squier Stratocaster looks, there’s no doubt that you’ll be pleased with the Squier Stratocaster. There’s a lot that plays into the tone of an electric guitar – from the onboard electronics to the amplifier, but “out of the box” the Squier Stratocaster guitars have a good sound.
It’s easy on the fingers and the maple neck is smooth to travel the fretboard.
With a Fender Strat you have the option of making minor adjustments via the Micro Tilt at the neck attachment.
No such adjustment exists with the Squier Stratocaster.
No category for Chinese guitars, and I can't find my serial # (&/or letter code) anywhere. It's a really solid guitar, feels/sounds like an old '60's Fender, & I really want to know when it was made &, if possible, at what city/plant. thats just your category in the forum (you are considered a hobbyist because you started in the forum i'm considered professional because of the number of posts i have done in this forum)welcome to the forum by the way Small headstock meaning '60's rather than '70's style? I think there're 11 holes as per pickguard; I seem to remember counting them while considering a replacement with 3 hb (rail) pu's. c-shaped neck, not too hefty, sustains really well especially for having single-coil pu's. peace I would hazard a guess based on past experience that it is probably a 2003.
In my travels around the world I have seen strat look-a-likes in China, the Philippines and in Africa.If you’re a beginner guitarist you won’t notice and you should probably just skip this paragraph.For the experienced player, however, you’ll notice a lack of precision in the neck of the Squier Strat, especially if you want to make any sort of adjustment.Designed back in 1954 by Leo Fender, the “stratocaster” has become ubiquitous among all electric guitar players across the world.
Almost everybody is familiar with the look of the Fender Squier Stratocaster and it has been played by some of the best guitarist in the world.Fender produces their Squiers overseas (mostly in Asia) and use cost-efficient materials, which is why they are much cheaper than your average Fender.