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Squier Vintage Modified Series edit The year 2007 saw the introduction of Squier s Vintage Modified line, a series of high-end instruments based around the concept of taking vintage designs and adding hot rod features such as hardware variations, gloss maple necks, new finishes and pickguards, and Duncan Designed pickups. 6 The first number following the serial number prefix is the year. E1 5 digits with black serial made by Sung-Eum in 1991.

Vintage Modified guitar models include Stratocasters, Telecasters, Jaguars, Jazzmasters and Mustangs. Some late 80 s and early 90 s examples held a serial number with the prefix M followed by 7 numerals, although there is much that is not known about these guitars and their exact date of manufacture as Squier were undergoing a transitional period at this time making precise dating difficult.

The bass lineup features Precision and Jazz basses including fretless versions of both, Jaguars and Telecasters, with five-string and short-scale models featured in the range. The majority of Vintage Modified instruments are available only in right-handed configurations. They featured a high gloss maple neck with both rosewood and maple fretboard options and a slimmer 40mm body.

5 Serial number tracing edit As follows is an approximate method in which Squier dates the serial numbers of manufactured instruments. Miscellaneous Chinese serials: CD, CT, CJ, NC: C China, the first number following the serial number prefix is the year. The plant from which the COB serial number prefix models originate remains a mystery.

USA edit Some USA made Squiers have a serial number with an E Eighties 1980s prefix, and some have a serial number with a N Nineties 1990s prefix. No documentation, or comment from the manufacturer has resolved the question of which plant produced them.

Early USA made Squiers had a 00XXXX serial stamp on the neckplate with no letter prefix and no serial number on the headstock. Some Squiers that are sold only in the Chinese and Asian markets are made by Axl in China.

The rarest early ones had a 4 digit decal on the headstock and vintage style tuners Spec Sheet Model Name: Squier US Standard Stratocaster. Fingerboard: Rosewood 014-1000 or Maple 014-1002, 9.5 Radius 241mm. These guitars usually have the serial number starting with CXS; with the X standing for Axl.

Squier Company was a strings manufacturing company for violins, banjos, and guitars. S.-trained violin makers and is often referred to as the American Stradivarius. With a limited market for violins in Battle Creek, however, Squier astutely sought relationships with national music schools and famous violinists.

Squier guitars have been manufactured in Japan, Korea, Mexico, India, Indonesia, China and the United States. He moved to Boston in 1881, where he built and repaired violins with his son, Victor Carroll Squier. Squier violin strings, banjo strings and guitar strings became well known nationwide and were especially popular among students because of their reasonable price. Squier Company in early 1965, shortly before Fender itself was acquired by CBS in May of the same year.

Example of a Serial Number on a Precision Bass made for Fender by Young Chang in Korea in 1995. The SQ Squier series was introduced in late 1983 to early 1984. For example, MN8 indicates that it was made at Ensenada, Mexico in 1998-1999. KC/KV: KC Korean Cor-Tek Cort and KV Korean Saehan Sunghan, the serial number prefix is followed by a 2 number year. S/E: The S and E serial number prefix Korean Squiers are from the late 1980s/early 1990s.

The SQ Squier series was based more on 1970s Fender models and also had USA made pickups installed. Colors: 706 Black, 758 Torino Red, 780 Arctic White, 700 Sunburst. MZ1 indicates that it was made at Ensenada, Mexico in 2001-2002 Korea edit CN/VN: C Cor-Tek Cort, V Saehan Sunghan, S was already taken by Samick so Saehan Sunghan used V instead Saehan Sunghan made the Vester guitars, N Nineties 1990s, the first number following the serial number prefix is the year. S Samick, E Young Chang, E letter serial numbers were used on Young Chang s Fenix brand guitars.

Over time, the Squier series slowly evolved to include original model designs and production has moved from Japan to various other Asian countries such as Korea, China and Indonesia. The large Fender logo of the export Squier series was soon changed to a large Squier logo. Mexico edit MN: M Mexico, N Nineties 1990s, the first number following the serial number prefix is the year.