For Mex & US tho, they are fairly straightforward (or seem to be there`s bound to be an anomaly somewhere). I've seen this one before and just tried it again.
Good site though, just tried all mine, and they all came in as they should have. 70 Gibson EB3 slot 79 Rickenbacker 4001 69 Rickenbacker 4001 70 Ampeg SVT Trace Elliot AH150, Twin Valve, V8, 810 Hartley Thompson Design 410 Reflex. My MIJ 51RI which is circa 2008 is according to that site 1994. It's a guide but I think the Japanese ones tend to confuse the system a bit Errrrmmmm Much as you guys are enjoying this banter.
It was established in 1890 by Victor Carroll Squier in Battle Creek, Michigan. By 1975, Squier became defunct as a manufacturer and a brand name for strings, as Fender opted to market its strings under the Fender brand name.
He moved to Boston in 1881, where he built and repaired violins with his son, Victor Carroll Squier. Squier violin strings, banjo strings and guitar strings became well known nationwide and were especially popular among students because of their reasonable price. Squier Company in early 1965, shortly before Fender itself was acquired by CBS in May of the same year.
The Fender Contemporary Telecaster models used the same tremolo systems as the Fender Contemporary Stratocaster models.
bridge in terms of intonation and string height adjustments.
I know this may be in the wrong section but it's a start.
What are the serial number sequences for later CIJ.
The System I tremolo system uses a behind the nut string locking mechanism and was manufactured by Gotoh.