New used guitar day! So I finally got rid of my 2004 Korean B.C. Rich Mockingbird Platinum- (I never got on with it, it was a totally overpriced, meh and uncomfortable guitar that I got in my teens) - I wanted to right this wrong. I took the cash I got from the sale and found this little gem! A 1991 Squier Silver series MIJ Stratocaster and I aged 20 years in a day. I believe these were made in the Fuji-Gen factory. And its a very good Strat. Don't let the Squier tag fool you. These Silver Series Strats are no joke. Fit and Finish is great! From looking at it, what we have is an Alder Body (couldn't' see how many pieces) a single piece Maple neck - thats like a 57 neck, its quite chunky, it has shoulders, 3 Ceramic single coils, Vintage type trem, 5 way, 1 Vol, 2 tone and it came stock with Gotoh tuners. I was really impressed with how the guitar is. It plays very well, and is in rather good condition. The neck is just brilliant. It's fat but not difficult to play with. Stays in tune rather well. Even with heavy trem usage. It's just want you want from a Strat, not much else to say really. A few scuffs here and there, only a paint chip by the neck. The paint finish is rather thick, but the neck has a thin finish hence the discolouring on the maple. Still has life in the frets, but will probably need to refretted in the near future, the pickups and electronics could do with an upgrade, but they are by no means bad. One thing I will change straight away is the Term block. It is tiny thin. There is a lot more here with this instrument then there ever was with the Mockingbird, So I believe I have righted this wrong. All I got to do now is stick a Ferrari logo sticker on the back.