During the past 20 years, baby boomers looking to reclaim their lost, garage-band youth have contributed to the surge in vintage guitar collecting.As you’d expect, prices for the best examples have risen accordingly. Style designations for its flat top guitars have remained fairly consistent since the 1850s.Art was blown away by what he described as "the speakers' exceptional easethat too-rare quality in which music is neither shot nor squeezed, toothpaste-like, at the listener, nor left hanging stagnant, half a world away. Measurements I used DRA Labs' MLSSA system and a calibrated DPA 4006 microphone to measure the Auditorium 23 speaker's frequency response in the farfield, and an Earthworks QTC-40 for the nearfield and in-room responses.With record after record, music simply happened; although there's no way to know for sure, I was always left with the sense that the force behind its remaking was on a par with the force behind its making. I left the woofer-level settings at those chosen by AD for his listening, "6" for the 12" driver and between "4" and "5" for the 7" driver, and the field-coil power supply set to his preferred 6.4V.Guitar shops will give you next to nothing for trades, I would suggest selling privately or one of the many online "rummage sale" sites. Seboam, According to your serial number I'm pretty sure your Squier was made in the Yako China plant sometime in '08 (as indicated by the first 2 numbers in the serial).
Comments: Fender added int he Master Volume control with pull-knob Boost in 1975.
Greg is a long time Fender collector who is very knowledgeable not only in the details, but in the circuitry as well.
His particular area of expertise is in Fender amps made from about 1960 through 1967.
These inexpensively made guitars were sold by Sears Roebuck and Montgomery Ward and featured stenciled or decaled scenes of cowboys and cowgirls on their flat tops.
Some bore the "signatures" of Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, and the Lone Ranger.
I am new to Squiers also so if any of this information is false I apologize, but it is true according to the online sources that I have read. Good luck with your Squier, Bill I was looking at a squier affinity strat made in Indonesia, sunburst body with rosewood fret board and late 60's/70's style headstock, today in a store serial no. The action was high and switch in position one didn't produce sound through the amp, guy in shop said that he'd fix them prior to selling. Thanks I was looking at a squier affinity strat made in Indonesia, sunburst body with rosewood fret board and late 60's/70's style headstock, today in a store serial no. The action was high and switch in position one didn't produce sound through the amp, guy in shop said that he'd fix them prior to selling.