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I'm going to put together a Strat and I don't want some cheap knock-off clone/copy for a body. Well, sometimes early models have the date actually printed on the end of the neck that gets bolted onto the body....is hidden until you take off the neck........................is in addition to the usual serial number place.....................if you have access to the original neck from the body you want, information could be gleaned........... You can get strat bodies, not made by fender, that are very nice. If you going to build a guitar from scratch anyway...don't you just order a body and neck made of the wood you choose.
Three pickups gave the instrument unprecedented tonal range, as did a tremolo bar that bent the guitar’s strings when pressed.Link to e Bay forum: Post edited by: admin, at: 2007/06/22 Post edited by: admin, at: 2007/06/22 Thanks alot everyone..a little more history gained..still no answers to my 'EE' serial number... What I do know though is that Rory G's strat sounded as sweet as they come, but thats only my opinion of course. I own a Martin 12-string that was made in CF Martin's production facility in Mexico, and it is an unbelievably-awesome guitar.I guess it STANDS FOR EIGHTY EIGHT but have never seen EE b4 only E8 for the same year....please someone put me out of my misery!!!! Steviesam after reading up some about it, it seems many people do relate the EE number to early american standards (years 1985-1988). You might find this (please click) Fender website helpful Post edited by: Slash, at: 2007/08/15 The "EE" designation is an "export" designation on the serial number. Bought around Jan 1987, American Standard Gunmetal blue with white pickguard. By entering this site you declare you read and agreed to its Terms, Rules & Privacy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.On early Fender JV models, you will also find "MADE IN JAPAN" written very small under the Fender spaghetti logo on the headstock of the guitar.
On later Fender JV models, the "MADE IN JAPAN" can be found on the heel of the guitar neck, just above the metal neck plate.
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