Die Initialien "JV" standen für "Japan Vintage" und die Initialien "SQ" standen für "Squier".Eine Erläuterung zu dem Seriennummer - System von Fender und Squier Japan findet man hier Seriennummern Serials System Fender Squier Japan.Here are the things I identified as a fake: truss-rod opening, bridge, serial number, headstock, logo, tuners and more." Basically, if you have any doubts about a recent purchase—or if you just want to be prepared for the future—this video is a must-watch.For more videos by Russell, be sure to drop in on his You Tube channel, which you'll see when or if you click on these highlighted words.
Is this known to be any better than other Squier strats- for example is this likely to have the same relationship to non-Japan Squiers as the made-in-Japan Fender strats have to non-Japan Fender strats? Squier Startocasters, and they are *very* nice guitars for the money.Just MHO as always, of course the electronics & the stock pups were terrible..Once I replaced all that stuff, it was quite nice.. i have a squier II as well, haven't checked my year on it, but was curious so started researching, and i have found that either yours is American made '90 or maybe, just maybe, Japanese. my guitar hasnt got the ¨head hole¨ to regulate like old fenders HI, I just bought a Squier II, exactly as you described; SSH, rosewood neck, pearl white, the trust rod is the end of the neck near the first pickup, and is xtremely heavy,the Squier II logo is gold. A QA hand written with someones initials and the date 2/90. Yours shouldn't have a serial number starting with an N, because that signifies that it was made in the 90s. this one does´n have serial number, and the Squier II logo is gold, they got too much diference and the finish is just great. : where can i get some squier II info, because im the owner of a (h s s) old sq2 and i dont know if the double mic is original.