#1
Hello people,I must ask for your help. Since I`m a total noob when it comes to playing guitars, not much do I know about them either. So,I have this sweet little guitar, It says on its headstock " Squier BULLET by Fender " ,and on the back side it says "Crafted In Indonesia" and then there is i guess some sort of serial number, it goes "SI060801042".

How much money does it costs ? Is it any good comparing to other Squiers ?
It is been collecting dust for few years in my living room. How much money is it brand new ? I`m looking forward to selling it,hopefully.
#2
Do you know what year it is? Indonesian Squier's are actually half decent.
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Do you know what year it is?

Could it be 2006? First two numbers on the serial usually indicates year.

Anyway, I guess that squier could go for maybe 200 dollars or so in Australia... I think? Not much of an authority on Squier pricing.
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#4
the bullet is the lowest end squier. they only go for $100 new so used probably not more than $50l. the local GC sells them used for $49 (US prices adjust up some for australia but i wouldn't count on getting much more)
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#5
Really don`t know anything about when it might be manufactured. So,around 50 $ ? Well,it wasn`t what I`d expected,but hey, someone will defeinitely find it useful to practice on..

Anyway,her are some pics of it..

http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg14/scaled.php?server=14&filename=fotografija0189m.jpg&res=medium

http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg822/scaled.php?server=822&filename=fotografija0186.jpg&res=medium

http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg98/scaled.php?server=98&filename=fotografija0188.jpg&res=medium

http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg85/scaled.php?server=85&filename=fotografija0187.jpg&res=medium


So,the first two numbers on the back of headstock indicates what year it was made in ? Is it always like that on every guitars ?
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Really don`t know anything about when it might be manufactured. So,around 50 $ ? Well,it wasn`t what I`d expected,but hey, someone will defeinitely find it useful to practice on..

Anyway,her are some pics of it..

http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg14/scaled.php?server=14&filename=fotografija0189m.jpg&res=medium

http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg822/scaled.php?server=822&filename=fotografija0186.jpg&res=medium

http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg98/scaled.php?server=98&filename=fotografija0188.jpg&res=medium

http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg85/scaled.php?server=85&filename=fotografija0187.jpg&res=medium


So,the first two numbers on the back of headstock indicates what year it was made in ? Is it always like that on every guitars ?


sometimes yes sometimes no different companies use different systems. sorry the price isn't what you expected but it is realistic. really low end guitars have little resale value.
#7
It won't be much, but a good way of getting an idea of a guitars value is to search for completed listings on ebay. That way you'll see how much people have actually paid for similar guitars, the price doesn't tend to vary much so you can expect to get a similar amount to the ones you find on there.
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You may be able to get $75 out of it but it would have to be a good one. Those guitars are super hit and miss, even the affinities are that way. I've played some where I'm like they're okay for the money, but others that the fret work is so bad you can't even bend a string without losing a note.
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