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Fender Bullet Serial Numbernewthings

I've stumbled on some guy who's selling an MIJ Fender Bullet for around 400 dollars.
Never heard of this particular model so I wanted to get some more insight from you guys here.
I've already got a pretty modern sounding guitar and am looking for something that'll be able to put out some garage, indie and post-rock tones.
Think this will do the job?
Here's a link the guitar: Fender Bullet
Person selling gave a clear picture of the head stock and the serial number gave me this:
Your guitar was made at the
Fuji-gen Plant (for Fender Japan), Japan
in the Year(s): 1984 - 1987
How do you guys think the bullet would compare to Jim Adkins Telecaster?
The telecaster's made in Indonesia, is a hollow body and has P-90's installed.
How big's the difference between a Japanese and an Indonesian made fender?
Thanks in advance!

Fender Squier Bullet Serial Numbers

Guest, That is a serial number from a Fender Modern Player Telecaster, built at the new Fender production facility in China. The guitar was made in late 2011, which makes it one of the every first Chinese-built Fenders.

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Fender Bullet Serial Number

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  • Fender guitars produced in Japan have the serial number on the back of the neck, near the attachment to the body. In some reissue models it can be found on the headstock or the neck plate. The combination of the text 'Made in Japan' and the serial number was used until 1997.
  • Up until 1997, the serial was paired with the words 'Made in Japan.' In 1982, Fender expanded operations with a series of instruments produced in Japan by the Fuji Gen Gakki company. Like the US serial numbers, MIJ (made in Japan) serials start with a letter or pair of letters that indicate the rough year of production.
  • I had a Fender Bullet back in the early '80s, Stratish shaped body with a Tele style headstock. I'm just curious as to where they fit in the Fender picture? I think my Bullet was American made, but I've forgotten to be honest. It did have an excellent neck, maple fret board, good sized frets that were well dressed etc, 3 single coils pups.