Hey all, a forum newbie here. I own a 2002 1960 relic and love it. However, I just purchased a made in Korea stratocaster at a local pawn shop for 100.00 bucks, no case, in pretty decent shape. Here's where I'm confused. On the headstock it says Fender in silver with a black outline, on the end where it usually would say original contour body it says squier series. It has fender stamped on the bridge saddles. The tuners are smooth and stay in tune great, although the don't look like the ping style to me, but not like the MIM either. The headstock says made in Korea and has a CN serial number. The guitar plays incredible, is heavy as heck and has great vintage tone. I really like it. Were all these made this well, or did I happen across a lucky one? I wasn't in the market for another strat, but I couldn't refuse this one as it's really a nice guitar. It looks very similar to Yngwie's strat but with a rosewood neck. Anyone know anything about this guitar, as I can't find any info on the web.