Hello, new to the forum, I wonder if anyone can help me out please? I’m from Sheffield U.K. 5 years ago at the age of 65 I had to give up playing guitar due to chronic arthritis in my right shoulder, bit of a blow really as I’ve been playing since the age of 12. Anyway 6 weeks ago a had a full shoulder replacement. My physio told me my shoulder will be 90% functional in about 3 to 6 months, great news. Yesterday my wife and myself were browsing around charity shops and I saw a scruffy plastic guitar bag. I could tell there was an electric guitar inside because of the shape. Due to my shoulder, my wife opened the bag and I expected to see a beat-up old guitar but out popped a lovely red Squire Strat. I looked it over and there was not a mark on it. Although I’ve never owned a Squire I knew from my time playing in bands for over 30 years that the Squires were a cheaper but quite an acceptable copy of the Fenders. Here was no price on the guitar so I asked the lady in charge how much it was. She said it had just come in and had not been priced up yet, but I could have it for £20. Bargain I thought. Yesterday I spent some time on the net trying to find out what model it is, as there is no serial number on and I found your forum. As I said, I will be grateful if anyone can tell me a bit more about it. I have sent some photos. It has 22 frets and there is no Squire logo on the back steel plate. There is the squire logo on all the machine heads though. Thank you.