#3
Quote by StratPlayer15
Is that the best you can string your guitar????

Nope, that pic was when I still had no ****ing clue how to string a guitar I just didn't feel like taking another picture.
#4
As far as I know, they no longer make them with the Fender logo in that location on the headstock. That appears to be a '92 model, though I could be wrong as I'm not exactly sure that the Korean models used the same numbering scheme.
#5
Only on the Bullets and CV's. Even then they have the Squier logo.

I can't stand '60s fender headstocks.
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#6
dude i would buy one like that. fool people into thinking i had a real strat... even though i do have a strat... it would still be nice to have a fake one
#7
Quote by JOE_DESTROYER
dude i would buy one like that. fool people into thinking i had a real strat... even though i do have a strat... it would still be nice to have a fake one

Yeah, I just told lead and rhythm guitarist that it was a Squier the other day. They both thought I actually had a Fender

Quote by ccmu
As far as I know, they no longer make them with the Fender logo in that location on the headstock. That appears to be a '92 model, though I could be wrong as I'm not exactly sure that the Korean models used the same numbering scheme.

Well, it's quite possible it is a '92. It was my brother's guitar first, so that would mean that he started learning back when he was 8. I dunno though since no one remembers when he started learning
Last edited by Alex Vik at Jun 30, 2009,
#8
hahahaha you wound them all the wrong way....
I am sorry but its real funny

they must not know much
I never heard of a "made in korea" strat
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#9
Quote by Slovak_Ghost
hahahaha you wound them all the wrong way....
I am sorry but its real funny

they must not know much
I never heard of a "made in korea" strat

Yeah yeah, laugh it up, I'm sure you always strung your guitar perfect when you were a n00b
#10
Quote by Slovak_Ghost
I never heard of a "made in korea" strat


+1. i though they were all made in china... maybe they did them differently. i've seen many squires and have never seen one like that...
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#11
Quote by Alex Vik
Yeah yeah, laugh it up, I'm sure you always strung your guitar perfect when you were a n00b


Actually I use to do much worse, till I saw how to do it on youtube

Then i upgraded my MIM, to slotted tuners and im like the string changing king now!
#12
Quote by Alex Vik
Yeah yeah, laugh it up, I'm sure you always strung your guitar perfect when you were a n00b



hahahaha im not trying to be a dick... it just looks really funny, and no... I never did that.. I am way to picky about having extra string on the heads, I like to keep it looking clean
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#13
Quote by Slovak_Ghost
I am way to picky about having extra string on the heads, I like to keep it looking clean


me too haha and it only got worse when i bought my SG. it had locking tuners already installed, so i never had to mess with extra string again. i don't know why i haven't had locking tuners since... i loved them...

and i think squires only put "squire" on their guitars now. even the "nicer" ones. and yes, they do make higher end guitars. kind of like epiphone
#14
My old Squier was just like that. I know for a fact that the new Squiers, are no where near as good as those, and I'm positive that now they don't make the head stock like that anymore.
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