#1
Hello,

Apologies in advance if this is the wrong place to ask, but I am an extreme novice in this area, and was hoping someone here could help me.

I am helping my mother-in-law clear some stuff out of their house, and one of the things she gave me is an electric guitar.  However, I am having trouble finding any information about the specific guitar, leaving me at a loss as far as whether it's even worth keeping or trying to find a new home for it.

The only wording on the guitar itself is "Tradition", "Made in China", and what appears to be a serial number.  Could anyone help me identify what exactly this is, and whether I could expect it to be worth anything in the event that I try to sell it?

http://imgur.com/a/GXtbd

Thank you for looking!
#2
Hey, the guitar was made by Tradition Guitars, who are still in business and have a website: http://www.traditionguitars.com/
You should be able to find out which year it was made in via the first two digits of the serial number. From the picture it seems as if your guitar is one of the basic stratocaster copies form the early 2000s, and as such will only be worth about 100$.
#3
Quote by ~Luke~
Hey, the guitar was made by Tradition Guitars, who are still in business and have a website: http://www.traditionguitars.com/
You should be able to find out which year it was made in via the first two digits of the serial number. From the picture it seems as if your guitar is one of the basic stratocaster copies form the early 2000s, and as such will only be worth about 100$.


Yep, that's right.