My uncle has a mexican stratocaster for sale but Im not sure if it is any s...

My uncle has a mexican stratocaster for sale but Im not sure if it is any special kind of model other than slandered. How can I find out

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1 month ago #2
kcbuck
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It could be a number of various models of Stratocaster. Your best bet is to e-mail Fender the serial number from their web-site <fender.com> via the Contact Us option and ask for the specification sheet. This will tell you all about that specific guitar including the Model Name and Fender Part Number.
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1 month ago #3
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There's also a chance that we can identify the model based upon a photo of the guitar.

Can you post one?

I'm kind of a guitar-addict, and photos of guitars are like a treat to me.

We might be able to glance at it and tell you whether it's a Standard Stratocaster or not.

A serial number would be nice also.

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1 month ago #4
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Im having trouble getting them to attatch. But he just srnt them to me and now i realize this is a stratacaster "squire series" it's mexican made. Im guessing its a standard with Japanese electronics?
Serial # starts MN4. 1994?
Does that sound right and how much do you think it's worth? I don't even know if I want to buy it now.p.s i guess they did attatch

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1 month ago #5
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Mudpie:
It appears to be a MIM Standard Stratocaster, however it could be a number of other model variants such as a MIM Traditional Stratocaster, which I have and play often. I would contact Fender as I suggested above to get the Spec Sheet and eliminate any guess work on anyone's part. Once Fender replies contact us again and we can give you an accurate value.
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1 month ago #6
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Mudpie,

kcbuck is right, call Fender for more detailed information.

Be ready to tell them the serial number, which indicates that it was made in Ensenada, Mexico in 1994.

Also share the details on your particular series of Made In Mexico Fenders that can be found in this article:

https://spinditty.com/instruments-gear/The-Fender-Squier-Series-Stratocaster-Not-A-Typical-Squier

I hope this helps.

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