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Hey, everyone! I'm new to this forum and one of the reasons why I joined in is because I recently traded up a Fender Mustang Player and got an American made that's supposed to be a '75 all original and it does look that way. But I can't seem to find that much info about it with the serial number so I was wondering if any of you could help me gather some bits of info about the specs like neck measurements, the pups it might come with and so on. The serial number is 621987 and it's on the neckplate right above the big "F" logo that I believe is from the CBS era. All I was told is that it's
Hi, I own a Japanese Fender Jaguar which I asked Fender to date for me. They told me it's a 1997 model, but they also said it’s quite unique as the serial number doesn't fall neatly into their set of categories and that I should get it valued. The serial number is “Crafted in Japan V036072” It’s V +6 digits which makes it 1996-97, but it says ‘Crafted in Japan’ which they only began on models A+6 digits from ’97 onwards. https://support.fender.com/hc/en-us/articles/214343783-How-can-I-find-out-when-my-Japanese-made-instrument-was-manufactured Would be interesting to know i
My Comp Mustang (acquired used) has this odd partnering of neck and body, despite its matching colour coordinated parts. On the neck the serial number is Q+6 digits CIJ and between the screw holes is stamped JAG-70. The neck pocket in the body is simply stamped MG69. The late serial numbers are notoriously difficult to figure out but the neck seems to date to 2002-2004 (Guitar Dater Project says Fujigen?). Is there any way of comfirming that the neck and body are the original combination? I have photos but haven't uploaded yet. Peace and love