Dating made in mexican stratocaster

Dating made in mexican stratocaster

These serial numbers did not identify the country of origin in the body of the number. Solid construction, and should last a lifetime.

This new scheme is now

What We don't like It comes with nothing more than strings out of the box. Combined with the three decent single-coil pickups, the sound is balanced and clear, with good resonance and fantastic sustain, whether using it cleanly or with a good dose of overdrive.

As for tuning, this model comes with Fender die-cast tuning keys as standard, while the vintage-style synchronized tremolo bridge has six fully adjustable saddles. All are solid enough, while everything from the location of the volume and tone controls to the recessed input jack feels well placed for quick access.

This new scheme is now used on the majority of Fender instruments made in Mexico, with certain exceptions. In fact, in a blind test you may struggle to tell the difference. In all this is a beautiful instrument, which both looks and feels very solid. The pickups sit in shielded body cavities to reduce excess noise and interference, without any loss of tone.

In fact in a blind test

Only the seven-digit suffixes were actually entered into the database. This lends itself well to guitarists who play with their thumb on the back of the neck.