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Discussion in 'Other Squiers' started by archetype, Aug 11, 2020.
Steve has done a short video for you guys
Wow! That is so cool! Thank you for everything Karen, and thank Steve for us too! We love you guys, and please stay safe!
I love this place.
I have taken some photos of the two Squier’s, I’m afraid we don’t have any other technical details but you guys know more
By the serial number, this would have been made from 2006 to 2008 in Japan.....is that correct?
It's beautiful, they are using the same neck plate as on the Super Sonic model....
This one seems to be from 1997/98....
Steve says all three prototypes were built in the mid 90’s
Yeah, I like those. Interesting to see that at least one was made in Japan. Some cool grain on the neck of the red one.
Three prototypes? There's one missing! Was it also red or black?
The third one was sold, I will try to find a photo.
Here is the prototype we sold in 2017.
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That has the exact same serial number as the first black one you posted with those split rail pickups.....I'm only seeing 2 guitars total ....confused?
I screwed up, you’re right, I will try to find the photos I took of the third one. It was also black. Will delete these
Thanks again Karen for taking the time to do this all for us. You Rock!
Yes, thank you! And sorry for asking so many questions, lol
Found one photo of the third prototype, will look for others.
Thank You for taking the time and the effort to share the photos and the video of some very rare Squiers Karen and Steve.
We are always interested in Squier rarities around here and these prototypes definitely qualify as rarities!
It is great to see you're folks not so different from other forum members.
I hope you stick around and become a part of the community here, you are surely welcome here.
The first three albums that I bought for myself were Black Sabbath -Masters of Reality, Bad Company -Bad Co, and Aerosmith -Get your Wings. I have always loved the intro to Train Kept a Rollin, thanks for that, I can sing it.
I've worn out several copies.
I kinda doubt Steve owns any other Squiers.