#1
So I was wondering what's the difference between American made Strats and foreign ones. Obviously, the American ones are more expensive, so is that because they're better? I am thinking about getting a European or Mexican Fender Star, because it's cheaper, but if that's nearly as bad as buying a Marshall MG, then I guess I need to get a job.
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#3
To my knowledge, there are no European Fenders...

Otherwise, it's pretty much Japanese=American>Mexican (which are still great).
#4
well the japenese one's are squire arn't they?
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#5
better electronics better, quality control, much higher re sell value just allround better (wood, pups, hardware)
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well the japenese one's are squire arn't they?

Only if they say squier and made in japan on them...
#7
lol no? japan make actually fender's too, and the mexican one's are still good from what i hear, you'll be all good with a mexican strat.