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First of all thanks for your site. Fender serial numbers can be confusing at times. I have a Fender bass VI, serial JD 120246597. I've checked a lot of sites but there seems to be no info on these Japanese basses. I've been told it's a re-issue 1962, not a Garage bass Fender put out. any info would be helpful. THX. Jim McRae.

Added: November 26, 2016
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Jeff, love your site.... visit here often. I have a lace sensor question )w/pics) I'd like to pose to you on an '87-88 Plus. Different email addy or try to post here. Thx

Added: November 12, 2016
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Great sight...When was it last updated?

Added: November 3, 2016
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Just wanted to say THANKS for this site. Picked up a beautiful 89 Strat Plus DX in Black Pearl Burst and with the help of all of the information on this site I was easily able to figure out exactly what I had purchased, the exact color, etc.

Truly a great resource you've created here. Cheers!


Added: October 24, 2016
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I love this site. I have an early model plus e44 and all the guitars on your site are beautiful. If I could I would buy them all. Nothing like my gold lace through a 59 bassman. Thanks,Jeff..Peace.

Added: October 22, 2016
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Was made aware of your site only today. Looks very interesting ! :)

Added: October 14, 2016
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Awesome site ! I just came into a MIJ Nashville Tele and the info is wonderful ! :!cool:

Added: October 10, 2016
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Hi , Im trying to wire my strat w/ lawrence pickups. Just 1 vol, 1 tone , 5 way switch . I have tried several diagrams ive found on the web but i keep ending up with both pots being tone? Im wiring it exactly as the diagrams show. any ideas? Its an oak grisby switch. Thanks

Added: October 3, 2016
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A few years ago I inherited a '88 Strat Plus (Vintage White) thru my brother who said our uncle had it. I never knew it existed. I guess it's an '88; Serial E81***
I didn't even know it was a Plus until I showed it to a young guy I was working with at the time.
It's really a nice guitar and in excellent condition, original case. I wish I could play better, but I do OK on bluesy leads, a little funk and R&B but wish I could chord like Steve Cropper (who doesn't).
I saw on your site where you have sold him a guitar - wow. He's my guitar (and song writing) hero.


Added: August 22, 2016
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Really enjoyed reading you site. You've covered a lot of ground, esp w/ Strat Plus Editions. Very informative. I have a few Strats myself. Some I've made and some special one's I've held onto.

Thx for the info & all the research you've done...RB


Added: August 6, 2016
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