#1
The past weeks I've been looking for a new, possibly permanent guitar and I think I have found the perfect guitar for me. The Fender Stratocaster. It's been my dream guitar for quite awhile. I've been looking everywhere for the right Strat.

I have noticed that there are strats that are Mexican made stratocasters and American Stratocasters. My questions is why is there a huge price gap between the mexican and american ones? Tell me everything I need to know and the differences.

Am I better off with the Mexico or US?
#2
The American's are made of better quality alder, better electronics, better build quality etc. If you can afford the American go for it, but by no means is the MIM a bad guitar. You should PM Jenny and ask her, I think she has an American and a Mexican.
#3
how long have u been playing?

when u take apart a mex made strat u can see the wires are a little thinner, there is less shielding, different feel on the finish.

for me, the biggest difference was the neck feel.

i guess to counter that, they upgraded the frets on the new mex mades.
also, if u get above the standard, u can get a mex made with upgraded pickups. upgraded bridge, different finishes, different shaped necks.

look in the $500-600 range.
check out the classic strat series, the mex players deluxe, and the anniversary strat.

there's a lot more out there to love.

my mex made is over 10 yrs old now. i love it to death.
my new mia 62 player deluxe is also great. both were great values.
go out try as many as u can and know that u can always upgrade pickups, and electronics later.
Jenneh

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