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  1. Tramp584

    Tramp584 Strat-Talk Member

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    Never heard of this one
    Guy selling this wants $100 wth hardcase
    Good deal?
     
  2. Believer7713

    Believer7713 Most Honored Senior Member Silver Member

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    I would at least check it out if it comes with the hard case.

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  3. Guitarmageddon

    Guitarmageddon Squier Freak Strat-Talk Supporter

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    That's not nearly enough to go on, there are many Squier II Korean models - we need photos.
     
  4. Tramp584

    Tramp584 Strat-Talk Member

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    Can't download from site
    Looks to be a 1998 model
    Sn s980729
     
  5. Guitarmageddon

    Guitarmageddon Squier Freak Strat-Talk Supporter

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    Squier II didn't exist in 1998....only like 1989-1995 ish....

    You can send us a link to the site or tell us where it is? Flint Craigslist?
     
  6. Tramp584

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    Facebook marketplace for emmett mi
     
  7. bsman

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    I had a 1989 or 90 Squier II HSS. It was a curious beast - because it was front-routed, no PG, and had dome knobs. It was a decent guitar, blessed with an amazing neck.
     
  8. Believer7713

    Believer7713 Most Honored Senior Member Silver Member

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    That sounds like my Squier HM2 that I just got rid of.
    [​IMG]
    Possibly the same?

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  9. rudos1

    rudos1 Senior Stratmaster

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    From Squier wiki

    S, E (“Made in Korea”) S = Samick, E = Young Chang, E letter serial numbers were used on Young Chang's Fenix brand guitars. The S and E serial number prefix Korean Squiers are from the late 1980s/early 1990s. The first number following the prefix is the year. 6 or 7 digit number. The first guitars made in Korea are those with serial number written in silver E1 + 6 digits

    Examples:

    E1 + 6 digits with silver serial = made by Samick in 1987-88
    S9 = made by Samick in 1989
    E0 = made by Sung-Eum in 1990
    E1 with black serial = made by Sung-Eum in 1991.
     
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    Similar, but mine had the standard three (V-T-T) knobs, a standard strat headstock (not painted black) and a standard trem (not a floyd). Also, mind had a maple fretboard. Just like this one:

    [​IMG]
     
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    I've got an MIK Squier body on a partscaster. I'm 99% that's an S9 serial, and I love it. No idea how much they're worth, but if the necks are as good as everyone says, I'd pay $100 for one.

    Oh, and if it's plywood, don't let that put you off. I don't know how Squier managed to make a decent play wood guitar, but I've played solid wood guitars that didn't sound as nice as mine!
     
  12. Guitarmageddon

    Guitarmageddon Squier Freak Strat-Talk Supporter

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    Super easy, just have to copy from your address bar and paste in a message like this - here's your ad....

    https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/351010955574614/

    This is the bottom of the line from the period, it's got a plywood body and trapezoid tuners - could be worth like $80-100 tops with case, but to me only like $50 because of the corrosion/rust on the tuners, which will surely also exist on the bridge and electronics too...and possibly frets......it's an S9 so it's from 1988-89, not 1998 :)

    Good luck!!
     
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  13. PCollen

    PCollen Senior Stratmaster

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    Post a link to a pic....
     
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