1983 Squier JV Stratocaster**SOLD

£799.00

Squier JV ’57 Stratocaster 1983

Out of stock

About the 1983 Squier JV Stratocaster**SOLD

Stunning Squier JV 57 Stratocaster. I’m sure ost of us know about the JV Squier series by now. Made in Japan the JV series were the first ‘Fender’ venuture in the the market of high quakity Japanese buikd quality as seen with the likes of Tokai in the late 70’s. They ran to 84 when the serial changed to SQ and so these short produced are saught after for their vintage builds. This plays fantastic and still has the USA pick up label on. The two tone burst is something else on this.

Condition is very good for its age with only minor marks to the body. A little lacquer wear on the fret board a slight fret wear on the lower freta but has no buzz etc.

Comes with the hard case pictured.

Additional information

Brand

Squier

Boxed/Case

Hard

Condition

Very Good

Fret Wear

Minor

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Pre Owned Equipment is often subject to some wear depending on age and how well it has been looked after. Any significant cosmetic damage is shown in the photos so please take the time to look through and make sure you are happy with the condition before buying. Please see description of this item for details.

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