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Discussion in 'Squier Strat Forum' started by fattboyzz, Nov 28, 2017.
What wood do you think ?
Your problem is that you cut the nose off of the face on that guitar. If it had a nose it could smell and identify it. Like so.
Our granddaughter (21 months) was playing with some stickers , so they just kinda made their way under the bridge :0)
Not Holly or Bolly
Starting with the basics...
1. What model?
2. What year?
I, or others, can probably determine at least what the spec’d wood was.
Squier Standard SE Cherry sunburst finish 2005
It originally had the mint green pick guard and alnico v pickups .
Beings it's an SE I'm going to go with Bass wood.
My cherry burst standard is an 06, CY serial...made from good ol' agathis. Yours is the same.
Is yours kinda heavy too ?
It is, I love it.
It outweighs my mim standard by a noticeable amount .
It gets played more too
It weighs about the same as my MIM FSR powerhouse, which is alder body with quilt maple top and back. Mine gets played more too
google eye maple
To me it's the same of my 2017 Squier Stratocaster Standard FMT which means Flamed Maple Top. But under the visible maple top you find the standard agathis. You can find Quilted Maple Top too.
So I think your is a standard agathis with a thin layer of maple.
Hard to say. 2004-2005 was a transition from alder to agathis for the Standard. I can't find a 2004 catalog online to show the specs, but even then the specs would be in question. The fact that it's an SE makes it more of a variable, as SE guitars could vary wildly in specs.
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