#1
Hey, apparently they're really good, i think my cousin has several of them, how can you tell if its a JV (apart from made in japan) is there a difference in the logo. I've seen some squiers with like a star, and this one had a tele headstock.
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#2
hmmm.... you can usually tell by the condition it is in also where its made and probably by the i.d number
#3
If its a Japanese Squier, its likely to be good, that's why Fender moved Squier to Taiwan or whatever, because more people were buying cheaper guitars that played just as nice as a Standard Strat.
EDIT: On topic, I honestly don't know how to tell.
#4
Usually with Japanese Fenders, it says "Crafted in Japan" on the back of the neck near the neck heel/pocket, might be the same on Squiers too.
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#5
Yeah R_H_C_P is correct as far as I know.
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#6
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Usually with Japanese Fenders, it says "Crafted in Japan" on the back of the neck near the neck heel/pocket, might be the same on Squiers too.


That's only on the ones from the 90's. The older ones said "Made in Japan".