#1
I was wondering if they do. I really want a MIA Fender Strat but my wallet is going to be broke and I found out I have to save a ton of money by the end of the year for school and other things. I was really hesitant toward buying a MIM Strat, but it appears that might be my only option now.

Thanks
#3
MIM ones dont. You can get a Highway One strat for a little bit more that does, though.
#4
Quote by scott__
MIM ones dont. You can get a Highway One strat for a little bit more that does, though.

Well, if $350 is a little bit more, then yes.

Might as well get an MIA for $999 if you're going to spend $749. (Going by MF prices)
Last edited by TheProducer at Jun 18, 2008,
#5
I think I'll look into used MIA and see if I can't get a good one, if not, that highway one might be my other option. Thanks
#6
Quote by kai29
I think I'll look into used MIA and see if I can't get a good one, if not, that highway one might be my other option. Thanks

Used MIA would be a great option.
#7
I would recommend the MIA Standard. I was going to buy the Highway One, but I went against it just 'cause I noticed the leap in quality for only a little extra cash.
#8
Mexican strats have polyester finishes. The only strat that I know of that has a nitrocellulose finish is the American Vintage strat. Most of the American strats have polyurethane finishes. If you don't believe me, go to Fender's website and click "specs" on the guitars.
#9
Odd...the MIAs say poly too. Guess I was wrong. However, the Highway One is nitro...