#1
the serial is YN669236
is there any way to date it?
there is nothing i can find on the squier website

thanks

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#2
you can try taking it out to dinner and a movie.

lol, i cant help you
#3
lol .. call fender.. or squier... or mail them.. whatever
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#4
well does anyone know at what dates the serial no. was on the neck plate?
here's some pics if they will help:


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#5
Is it just me or did anyone think that you were taking your bass on a romantic encounter?
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#6
haha nah its not mine
but i might buy it off ebay cheap
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#7
That is a 1996 Squier Bass. YN: Y = Yako (Taiwan), N = Nineties (1990s), the first number following the serial number prefix is the year.

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#8
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Is it just me or did anyone think that you were taking your bass on a romantic encounter?


i found it misleading too XD
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#9
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Is it just me or did anyone think that you were taking your bass on a romantic encounter?


+1
I would put it in my sig, but it's already too long. =[
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#11
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Is it just me or did anyone think that you were taking your bass on a romantic encounter?


i thought the same
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#12
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Is it just me or did anyone think that you were taking your bass on a romantic encounter?



Actually I thought that this thread along with " What do you find attractive in a bass?" were a pretty funny pairing to hit the forum at the same time.
#13
Quitr frankly I would only be concerned with the date if it was an original Jap Squier.
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#14
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Quitr frankly I would only be concerned with the date if it was an original Jap Squier.


Dude, I'm gonna have to disagree with that statement. Some people just want to know a bit more about their instrument. I'd love to know when mine was made.
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Dude, I'm gonna have to disagree with that statement. Some people just want to know a bit more about their instrument. I'd love to know when mine was made.


It will surely tell you where it's made on the instrument, to be of any type of desireability it would have to be from the orignals that were made in Japan, after that it was wherever they could get them made cheapest anywhere in the far east; even the Japanese can no longer compete price wise.
As I said the Japanese models were highly desirable because of the build quality; some even said as good as the US models, my son had the 57 Squier Strat it was an excellent piece of gear.
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