Squier Stratocaster (Made in Japan)
Squier Stratocaster (Made in Japan)

Stratocaster (Made in Japan), STC-Shaped Guitar from Squier in the Stratocaster series.

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Dieselsmoke 07/15/2005

Squier Stratocaster (Made in Japan) : Dieselsmoke's user review


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Squier by Fender Stratocaster Silver logo. Series E U.S. numbering
FRTS Gotoh vintage bridge 21 / mechanical stamped Fender
5-way switch three knobs as usual
Alnico home.
Channel maple while a room C.
The guitar was bought new 4000 francs in 1987.


The handle is adjustable like the vintage under the plate. in case of problems you have to pitch his own. (Never needed).
Access to acute a stratum.
The finish: I insist! Much better than what you could find at that time even that standard today. As for Squier Asia: nothing to do!


The sound is simply that of a vintage Start. ! Reread the book Forrest White "The Story insist" and you will see that Bill Schultz had to buy Fender, parts inventory but not the infrastructure. So he sent all that to asssemblage Japan and by his own admission when it came back they were crying! So it's pure and beautiful as Fender's. Since 1987 this is my first guitar. Yet I have two other US made but nothing to do. And every time I go to my dealer he wants me to buy it back.
If you like the sound of the flute and subtle Start this one is at the top. Its clear or the fact that saturated everything goes. Except hard metal that I leave to specialists and for which this guitar was never designed.
Since 87 never changed anything except the bridge which oxidizes.


I played for 17 years and I have not found a better Start. I was even disappointed with the sleeves of the current standard and deluxe.
These guitars are now increasingly sought after and all those who have played on have been impressed.
A little gem from Japan which I am very proud. Again snobbery should be set aside and the game highlighted.