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At least we have some reference to go by! Also note the N9 serial numbers. It was used for and ! The numbers and decals were produced far in advance, and some N9 decals denoting , were inadvertantly affixed to some instruments in Consequently, some guitars bear "N9" serial numbers.
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Another bit of confusion was the E4 serial numbers. The serial numbers on the early 88 Strat Plus and newly introduced American Standard Strat models have caused some confusion due to the CBS buyout and the start up of the new plant in Corona, California. Many of the and later models will have a serial number that says one thing and the date in the neck pocket in the body or on the butt end of neck that says something different. Some have said this was due to the use of parts left over from the CBS buyout, or even serial number decals left over from CBS.
Truth is, it is a , as production for the Plus Series started in mid, while the parts might have been from—who knows??? The "D" prefix indicates Deluxe but note, this was not used till late early So "D" Strats in the did not use this letter.
You would see in onward you would see the D in connection with the leter for year of manufacture, something like DN9xxxxx or DZ0xxxxx. The "M" prefix designates Mexican Mfg. The "S" prefix designates Signature model.
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Here is an example: DZ indicates a deluxe instrument manufactured in Some may have stayed in the U. They were made for the export market and have Made in USA stamped on the heel of the neck.
They placed the "A" on the bridge on the Telecasters and some of them could be as late as as in the case with many JD Teles. Among the Fender Japanese guitars, there were two different logos used: Crafted in Japan and Made in Japan, and both were being made at the same time from till I have more info on the MIJ Reissues page.
One is that there was a reorganizing of where the parts were being make in the large, expansive Fugi Gen Gakki company. Many ceased like El Maya, Heerby, and Joo Dee , but many desisted and kept making these same guitars with minor changes to the logos and headstock designs.
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And there were others who just ceased, and then just picked up and started making them again under a different name. What a great idea!
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After a trial period, the USA team decided to pay the Japanese team a visit and see how things were going. Upon completion of their trip, Dan lamented: Fender Japan began in and their JV line of guitars was halted at the end of Fender Japan currently makes more models of Fender guitars than Fender USA does, and most of them are regular production-line models. Many of these models were and still are for Japan only, and not intended for export, and are difficult to purchase direct from Japan, except through private collectors such as myself.
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