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Headstocks retained the version one (Telecaster) profile.

Five models were marketed—the Standard Bullet, Bullet Deluxe (S-2), S-3, H-1, and H-2—in addition to the two new bass models (a regular scale "B-34" and short scale "B-30").

instrument production history, production dates have been applied to various components.

Production dates have been penciled or stamped on the butt end of the heel of the neck of most guitars and basses.

So, as for your dilemma; for all intents and purposes, if you find those markings on your parts...it's probably legit and original.

Hi there, I read some stuff on the interwebs saying that the squire necks are the same necks as they put on the MIM (made in mexico) fenders. Also, what kind of body wood does the squiers have? and I was thinking of getting a really cheap Squier and swap the electronics.

Serial numbers have been used in various locations on Fender instruments through the years.

They have been placed at the top of the neck plate, on the front of the headstock, on the back of the headstock, and on the back of the neck near where the neck bolts onto the body.

This means that the the serial numbers starting in 1994 ran consecutively on both the MIJ and the CIJ models while the MIJ logo was being phased out.

Mid–1997 the CIJ logo was the only one used on Fender guitars coming out of Japan (with exception the Squire series). I really don’t know, but the MIJ logo Fenders were for the USA market.

There were periods of time when this was not consistently done, (between 19), and there are certainly other examples of short periods of time, and individual pieces, where the dating was simply omitted.

Neck dating is useful in determining the age of a guitar, but is not definite.

In 1982, Fender introduced a revised version of the Bullet, including two bass models.

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