#1
I cant find what model it is online.

It's got a rounded end and it says "stratocaster" all curvy on with the fender and squier logo. The serial number is CY04083002 I goggled and found nothing well kinda close but those guitar were priced in the upper hundreds and I paid 120 for this guitar.

please and thank you on any info you have on this guitar. if you can find me a web page with detailed specs and price that would be cool.
#4
Quote by fenderwiz
Ah. Squires are starter guitars.

I know but it doesn't look exactly like the quiers of today. its got this cool looking finish and the pick guard is all pearl-like.
#7
You bought a guitar not knowing what brand it was....................interseting. Sounds like a SQUIRE strat.
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#8
i dont think squire strats run any higher then 150... if there any higher you got ripped off
#10
anyone can put a cool looking pick guard on a squire strat.. doesnt have to come from the factory
#11
At least you bought a higher up one than the Affinities. Congratulations, you've advoided the first pitfall of blind buying
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#12
NO!!! the body also has this weird wooden design... its fading into brown with pattern paintbursh-like stripes IDK how to explain it... its got two tone knobs and uhh IDK it doesn't look like a normal squier.
#18
Looks pretty cool, but... "crafted in china"?
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#19
Quote by RichieKotzen
For a Squier thats pretty sex lookin'



now do you see what im making such a huge deal about? there is no way thats just regular. When i plug it in its got this really kidn aoldschool crunch sound to it. A sound I've ever really experienced when playing guitar before.
#20
Edited the post cause i searched and Squier's guitar does have 22 frets model.

Could be this one:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Squier-Standard-Stratocaster-with-Tortoise-Shell-Pickguard?sku=512732

BTW, looks awesome for just 120$.
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Last edited by El Cumanés at Apr 1, 2008,
#21
Quote by El Cumanés
The squiers doesn't have 22 frets as far as i know. Maybe a Mexican strat.
BTW, looks awesome for just 120$.

So I made a wise decision purchasing this?
#22
I believe that's a quilted maple top. Someone correct me if I'm wrong (and I know you all will).


Pics of the front of the headstock would probably be helpful as well.
#23
i think thats an older Crafted in China squire, they are pretty nice guitars. some say realy realy nice, good buy man. i dont imaigine its worth alot of money. but you got it for a good price and you will probbaly keep it forever.
#24


here is the front headstock. Yes I like it very much. Its got a beautiful sound. On distortion its got that "in your face" punk sound and I love it.
#26
Your guitar is A Squier Deluxe Stratocaster QMT, you can google it, i'm pretty sure I'm right.
#27
My dad has the same guitar, it's pretty nice for a Squier.
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#28
Wow... This guitar is really something. Its discontinued and now it sells for about 250. What a deal. I think this is one of those guitars I want to hang on a wall.
#29
Supposing that the guitar is this one:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Squier-Standard-Stratocaster-with-Tortoise-Shell-Pickguard?sku=512732

The only downside, if it can be considered as one, is the guitar wood which is agathis.
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#31
Quote by El Cumanés
Supposing that the guitar is this one:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Squier-Standard-Stratocaster-with-Tortoise-Shell-Pickguard?sku=512732

The only downside, if it can be considered as one, is the guitar wood which is agathis.


It's not that one... it doesn't have a quilted top.
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