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This is quite a bit different from the originals, which used eyelet board construction, where components are soldered into small brass rivets which are in turn strategically hammered into a vulcanised fibre baseboard.

This traditional way of building the Fender amplifier survived up until the mid-eighties when the Fullerton production line closed, and is now restricted to Custom Series models like the Tweed Deluxe.

At that time, Fender USA was still trying to get back up on its feet after the CBS buyout, as USA quality under CBS ownership let their standards really slip.

until the new factory was built in Corona, California.

I have owned, and still own, many of both the MIJ and CIJ guitars and when setup correctly and rewired, they can play, feel, and sound as good (if not in many cases, even better) than their USA counter-parts (especially when rewired with custom pickups!

The best option for getting a close production date is to remove the neck from the body.

This new numbering scheme was short-lived and was replaced only a few months later by an improved scheme that identifies an instrument's country of origin and year of manufacture in the body of the serial number.

This new scheme uses the letters MX as a prefix to designate an instrument made in Mexico, followed by an eight-digit number.

Over the years Fender used modular production techniques that may have resulted in a guitar that has parts from one year to another.

Parts may have been produced in one year and left in a bin until they were ready to be paired with a body.