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    Cool 60th anniversary usa strat ??

    Hi all, First time posting and look forward to more.

    While identifying the serial no on this guitar i noticed that all the serial no is next to the 60th badge on the headstock and not in the middle of the headstock, so i checked out google images to compare and couldn't find another like it. Do I need to be worried ??

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    I have one with the badge and serial number in the same place. Additionally, the serial numbers on all 3 of my Strats are all in different locations on the headstock.

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    Must just be a fender thing lol, thanks for letting me know ..

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    I see nothing in those pics that would make me worry.
    I'm a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.

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    Nice one! No need to be worried, but definitely be wary of jealous people! :D

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    I have one or two with the serial number in that position. I concur with the Capn.
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    Same with me, my California series ('98) has the serial number there. My MiM is middle of the headstock along the tuners.
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    It's all good!
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    Beautiful guitar! As long as it fits your hand and playing is fun, then I wouldn't worry. Thanks for sharing.

 

 

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