The lace sensors are def real and well played. I don't mind it being a Squier body or copy neck but they are asking Standard Strat Pricing because that's what they were told when they got it.. I'm losing interest but it's a great blue!
Hello there. I'm interested in a strat that I'm not sure is legit. First off the neck is a fake. Horrible orange peel and hacked sticker work. The current owner said it was replaced by a private shop because original owner wanted a Birdseye fretboard. 2nd, the current owner isn't interested in opening it up to check neck pocket for any numbers or proper routing of the body. 3rd, I can't find evidence of this blue stain color existing in Fender in the last 30 years. The original neck is not important to me but a color verification would atleast be a start. I know there isn't a lot to go on but I figured I try. Thanks for any help. View attachment 512739 View attachment 512740
So it's funny you say that because I'm going to buy it anyway at this point just for the experiment of it. I'll share the autopsy with this forum and it might be interesting who knows. Thanks.If you like the guitar and it plays well, treat it as though it's a used Squier partscaster in value and negotiate a price. You can autopsy it and do the forensic identifications when it belongs to you.
So it's funny you say that because I'm going to buy it anyway at this point just for the experiment of it. I'll share the autopsy with this forum and it might be interesting who knows. Thanks.