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On Telecasters and certain other models, you will find the serial number on the bridge.The serial numbers will start with a letter that corresponds to specific years of production. You will not find the MADE IN JAPAN stamp on the headstocks of Fender MIJ guitars. acronym for "CRAFTED IN JAPAN" These guitars were made from 1997 and are still being manufactured today.They follow the same serial numbering patterns as the Fender MIJ models.Please refer to the chart I have provided below in order to pinpoint the exact year your guitar was manufactured...The next thing is the finish on the neck: The entire neck is glossy. The camera and flash on my phone don't do it justice but the finish on the body is really nice.The tobacco sunburst finish is quite dark compared to the one on my squire and the three ply pick guard is a slightly green off white which gives a very nice vintage effect.On later Fender JV models, the "MADE IN JAPAN" can be found on the heel of the guitar neck, just above the metal neck plate.
These models have the serial numbering and markings in the same location as Fender JV guitars, and were made only during the years 1983 to 1984. acronym for "MADE IN JAPAN" These models spanned the years from 1984 to 1997.
It comes 200 dollars and has replaced my old bass as my go-to instrument at 1/3 the cost.
I'm the proud owner of a fake Fender Precision Bass.
Chrome hardware, a comfortable C-shape neck and 20 medium jumbo frets put the finishing touches on this great bass from Squier!
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - I purchased this, and subsequently another "non affinity" model based on the 5 star ratings, but beware, although it plays well, the body is much thinner than standard -- a simple fact most seem to have simply not noticed, and if you are used to real basses it'll feel extremely peculiar, like a toy.
This body thickness spec is not mentioned, but it should be. I purchased it to throw in my back seat and go wherever to jam or practice.