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I miss mine.
It's an American Series. I have a Z0 serial number also. The easiest way to identify is the single string tree and "Original Contour Body" label...
How about some photos to support your position?
So you have all that you need then.
I got these from my copy of "The Fender Stratocaster" by A.R. Duchossoir.
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I'm not sure what else you need to know.
I had a 1980 The Strat with an E0 serial number. It was an early model and hat the chrome machine heads.
It was Candy Apple Red like the ones...
I personally don't like the sound of position 2 & 4 so I don't get much benefit to using those to cancel the noise.
I have to use noise...
"It's a Fender."
Agreed. I had an 83 Elite and it was a great player.
There were also some differences in the paint options between the Plus & Plus Deluxe.
Line 6 Pod 2.0 still sounds pretty good and you can get them cheap.
This is my 2000 American Series Texas Special in Shoreline Gold.
This pic shows the shielding paint under the finish.
My sticker does not correspond to the color code. This is shoreline gold so it should be a 44.
Wow. I will have to go dig mine out.
I just happened to have mine apart last weekend to put some shielding tape in the cavities. Took these pics. Not sure about the sticker in the...
The OP apparently did not. I am confirming and not asking for approval.
Elvis has left the building.
It's Shoreline Gold. I have the same guitar from 2000. See the pic in my Avatar.
I got one from Deaf Eddie that was similar.
...unless it's aftermarket pickguard and pickups. Then it's just an American STD.
Looks nice though.
I like it. I will never have one for that $$$.
My 2000 serial number looks like that.
There are good and bad guitars from every era and it's all down to personal preference. With that being said I think you will find the majority...