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When I toured the Fender factory in California in 2001, there was discussion about a possible limited edition Custom Shop replica of Number One.
At that time, it was suggested that there might be as few as four replicas made.
Hi, I would like to ask two questions about my Fender guitar.
I own a second hand Standard Stratocaster made in Mexico.
Could you possibly post a link or information about wood, hardware and pickups that were used on those guitars ?
Thank you in advance, regards Tomek The serial number of my guitar is : MN6228687.
I've looked at a number of sites, but I can't find a year of manufacture for a Fender Stratocaster made in Mexico with a serial number that begins with MZ.
If you have a Fender in your hands, you can use this guide to precisely date your Fender instrument all the way back to 1950.
On the back side of the head, there is a sticker that informs about celebration of 50 years of Fender in 1996.
I have checked guitar dating page on but was unable to locate appropriate serial number. "MN6" would suggest 1996, but after it, there are 6 digits instead of 5 (on guitar dating page there are 5 digits after MN6). My second question is about 1996 Mexican Stratocaster specifications.
On the heel of the neck should be a penciled or stamped date with a month and year that it was assembled in.
Other areas that contain Serial Numbers are on the top of the Neck Plate and the front or back of the Head Stock.
A guitar neck could have been produced in 1956, then slapped onto a body in 1957 and if late enough in the year pickups may have been put in early 1958.