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Went into a local pawn shop and they got a Stratocaster, not Squire, but its made in China. Rosewood fretboard. Does Fender make Strats in China? Worth much? They are asking $79.00. I can probably get it for $60.00. What do yall think?
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Quote by Tony Done
The Modern Player series are MIC, but you wouldn't get one at that price.  My favourite electric cost less than that, so the name wouldn't worry me too much.

oops forgot about those. pix would have helped on this a bit. since it's a pawn shop they could have made a mistake so may be worth looking into if by chance it is a Modern Player. 
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Quote by Tony Done
monwobobbo

I agree, could be a mistake and well worth a look, though the information superhighway has given all secondhand dealers the chance to be pretty well clued up.. Anyway, at $60, it could be a bargain regardless of what it really is.

i hear you but some of that info takes a little know how to be useful. not all pawn shops have an "expert" to call in . i've bought more than one thing at Guitar Center that they had messed u[p on identifying so it happens even in a place that should know better. 
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Quote by monwobobbo
i hear you but some of that info takes a little know how to be useful. not all pawn shops have an "expert" to call in . i've bought more than one thing at Guitar Center that they had messed u[p on identifying so it happens even in a place that should know better. 


+1. GC has done that for me too.
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