In 1991, Fender brought out a new Squier line made in the Fuji-Gen factory in Japan. To kickstart the new range, Fender released a Squier Hank Marvin signature Stratocaster in limited numbers. Aside from the faded fiesta red body, one ply pickguard and Squier name, the guitar is almost identical to a Fender late 80s/early90's made in Japan Stratocaster.
This guitar is in good condition for its age. It features a few dings and scratches on the body, headstock and neck. Some of the metal hardware is visibly tarnished and the tremolo arm may be non-original. There is some minor wear in the fretboard finish. The guitar is a really great player!
This item is pre-owned so may have marks and signs of wear. We do select the best instruments we can find for re-sale. We describe instruments as accurately and with as much photographic detail as possible. You can call us: (01283) 500365/500366 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the instrument, we would be happy to email further photos if required. You are of course, welcome to visit the showroom to try any instrument. Accessories, if any, are listed in the description. All pre-owned instruments are meticulously checked over and set up in our workshop prior to dispatch.