Start Dating mexican made fender

Dating mexican made fender

It's awesome that you love your guitars, and that you are happy with the workmanship and quality that you see coming out of China, red dragon.

You might argue that mine is an anomaly or something of that sort.

So, you can't afford that '54 Strat, or that '64, or even that '74 for that matter.

I really hate that buying an American made Strat is just more expensive. I later went and bought the same Fender Modern Player Telecaster that the original poster describes.

Quality is not any better than the imports and really it is just a **** shame.. I bought it on a whim in a guitar store in Yuma Arizona last month or the month before.

And after a little work on set up those guitars play and sound awesome.

I hate to say it, but I would put them up against any other Fender Stratocasters out there.

Regards, kcbuck It's a genuine Fender (whatever that means).

All the Modern Player guitars are made in China at the Squier factory but just branded "Fender" rather than "Squier by Fender".

They seem to be found on the bottom of the neck heel, as well as in the neck pocket of the body, or even just stamped on the front under the pickguard on Natural finished guitars.

In this case it stands for the 3rd week of 1980 and was a Thursday.

I've tried a couple and thought they were very nice guitars and certainly better value for money than anything made in Japan, Mexico or the US. Fender's top end guitars are manufactured in the U.