Dating fender squier
Although a serial number is helpful for roughly determining the age of a guitar, this is often not the exact date.
Usually, the production date is stamped or written is on the heel of the neck.
At the Stratocasters from the early fifties the serial numbers were stamped on the back vibrato cover.
At the top of the neck plate, at the front or at the back of the head or on the cover plate of the vibrato.
(Stratocaster) Between 19 there were periods that this is not consistently done.
Many also have penciled neck dates () you can only see when the neck is removed from the body of the guitar. acronym for "Squier" These models were made by a different division of Fender and bear the Squier logo and not the Fender logo.
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.
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The table below shows the Fender serial numbers as they were used from 1950 to 1964.