This is a hot-rod ’90s Fender Stratocaster that was made in Mexico (probably with American parts), and sports the ‘Squier Series’ stamp on the curl. The equipment on this bad dad is top notch, and the neck feels great on this animal.
The electronics feature two DiMarzio pickups (an AirZone in the back) and all American switches finished in gold / brass. There is no middle pickup, and the wiring features dedicated volume controls for the front and the back, and a 3-way selector switch. Additionally there is a tone-cut toggle to very quickly roll off a bit of tone. Very intuitive and utilitarian.
Bridge is a standard Strat fulcrum trem (though its hard-sprung to act more or less like a hard-tail), and sports solid brass saddle-pieces.
Tuning machines are gold-finished Warmoths, and the strap-buttons, neck-plate, and all of the screws are finished to match. This is a tuxedo-rocker for sure.
No case included, but the heavy-duty Levy’s strap is.