#1
hey i found this guitar its a fernandes mocking bird, with the big capital F logo on the head stock and everything. so ive been going through the catalouge and cant seem to find a similar guitar with 4 knobs arranged in that pattern. well i do wish it turns out to be some utterly rare hide signature model (i love x japan :3). but anyway can someone id it for me and find me a link regarding the guitar.

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#2
might be worth asking on the tokai registry forum? they know their MIJ stuff there.
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#3
Your guitar appears to be a Fernandes MG100 Mockingbird. Fernandes actually made a series of Mockingbird-shaped guitars; most of them out of clear plastic ("Lucite") in different colors. The only ones I know of that were solid color - and therefore made of wood, I suppose - were the 100 series, but I know the series went at least as high as a "365" model. I am afraid that this is all I can tell you about your guitar. Some people seem to like them a great deal. Most of them appear to have been sold in Japan; perhaps because of a dispute with B.C. Rich.
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hey i found this guitar its a fernandes mocking bird, with the big capital F logo on the head stock and everything. so ive been going through the catalouge and cant seem to find a similar guitar with 4 knobs arranged in that pattern. well i do wish it turns out to be some utterly rare hide signature model (i love x japan :3). but anyway can someone id it for me and find me a link regarding the guitar.

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Someone must have modified that guitar. The bridge is really close to the pickup and also has more control knobs(also placed differently) than the production model.