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how do I tell what year my Squier was made?

Discussion in 'Squier Strat Forum' started by Bruce Wayne, Nov 13, 2009.

  1. Bruce Wayne

    Bruce Wayne Strat-Talker

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    can anyone tell me when my Squier was made? I thought I saw on the Fender site that it was 1994-95. a pic to help.
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  2. CeltRocka

    CeltRocka Senior Stratmaster

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    You can t tell by serial # Maybe a date on heel of neck or in neck pocket.I havent on my MIK strat. S denotes it was made in Samik which was after Young Chang[E 10 #]Mine ws an'87 or earlier? so iwould guess yours is[going on low serial# ] early 90s
     
  3. AllroyPA

    AllroyPA LeftyStrategist Strat-Talk Supporter

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    Yes early 90's. Korean serials were not tracked, no way to be certain.
     
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  5. mw13068

    mw13068 Most Honored Senior Member Strat-Talk Supporter

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    Your serial number suggests your guitar was made in the Samick factory in 1989.

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    My Squier's serial indicates my guitar was made in 1997, a stamped date in the neck pocket (on the guitar's body) says "Sept 97". Perhaps yours has a similar indicator.
     
  6. gliderider22

    gliderider22 Senior Stratmaster

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    cut it in half and count the rings
     

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