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Squier by Fender 1980's JV series Stratocaster (MIJ) - $1,850 (Brantford)

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: Fender
model name / number: Stratocaster
The 1982-84 era of Made in Japan guitars is pretty amazing and this guitar is no exception. Plays great and sounds legit. Comes with hardshell case as pictured.

Here is a bit of info in case you are not aware of the JV series history:
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Squier JV Series

The earliest Fender Japan instruments can be divided into two basic categories; Squier-branded guitars that were built for export, primarily to the United States, and guitars made under the Fender brand that were intended for the Japanese domestic market.

The earliest Japanese Squiers featured a large "Fender logo" on the instrument headstock in the traditional place and a much smaller "Squier" logo underneath.

This arrangement was soon reversed, with subsequent instruments bearing a large "Squier" logo with a smaller "Fender" underneath.

The first Fender Japan instruments produced for domestic consumption were closely based on Fender instruments of the late 1950s and early 1960s and are commonly known as the "JV" series, due to their serial numbers beginning with the letters JV.

These JV were known for their particularly high quality, often incorporating American-made pickups and offering period-correct details, such as cloth-covered wiring and vintage style tuners."

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