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wondering if i could have a hint about where the body came from or how to tell. You have a Fender Stratocaster body with a serial number 220623 - then something about a 3? Fender places the serial numbers on the headstock or with the older ones on the neckplate.This Fender Stratocaster body is attached to a Squier by Fender Stratocaster Affinity that was made somewhere (Japan)? What I'm getting is that you have a Fender body (serial number 220623. I'm taking it the neck is from a Squier by Fender Affinity? S., Mexican, or Japanese made with a Squire Affinity neck? i have the same body w/220623 stamped and the number 3 in black with a signature under the pick guard.At some point, Kennis Russell bought a used Stratocaster at his local guitar shop.Within a few seconds, however, Russell—a guitarist who provides backing tracks, gear demos and reviews on You Tube—realized it was a fake.have a strat body sheerwood green with serial numbers 220623 and its numberede 3 under the pickguard is a signature.

Production dates have been penciled or stamped on the butt end of the heel of the neck of most guitars and basses.For years, serial numbers have been used in various locations on Fender instruments, such as the top of the neck plate, the front or back of the headstock and the back of the neck near the junction with the body.Serial numbers were stamped on the back vibrato cover plate on early ’50s Stratocaster® guitars, and on the bridge plate between the pickup and the saddles on some Telecaster® guitars.The Stratocaster was not the first Fender solid-body electric guitar—that honor belongs to the 1950, one-pickup Esquire, which went through several name changes (including a period when the guitar had no name at all) before being labeled the Telecaster in 1951.But the Strat, as it is known, was the guitar that made the word "Fender" synonymous with "rock 'n' roll." Introduced in 1954, its ash body (alder was used after 1956) was sculpted to fit players like a glove. Most notably, production dates have been penciled or stamped on the butt end of the heel of the neck of most guitars and basses, although there were periods when this was not consistently done (1973 to 1981, for example) or simply omitted.