Dating mexican fender
On flipping to the Strat's bridge pickup through a nice low-powered valve combo, it's immediately noticeable that the tone seems a little more robust than we expected, which in part must be down to the new bridge block.
Electronically, there are no surprises, and the expected configuration of five-way pickup selector blade switch, master volume and individual tones for the neck and middle single-coils.It could also mean that the extra number was probably required after a big number of these were made. I was not sure - everything looks genuine - sticker, Fender logos on tuners and on saddles, but I couldn't find matching serial number.Do you know the wood from which those guitars were made ?Hi, I would like to ask two questions about my Fender guitar.
I own a second hand Standard Stratocaster made in Mexico.
Despite this, Fender is keen not to rest on its laurels and instead keeps the range bang up to date and ahead of the competition.