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The 33-2000 models were Squier's standard Stratocasters. They slotted above the Squier II 33-6150. The difference between these models were that the 2000s had higher ratio, lubricated tuners, thicker bodies, bigger tremolo blocks and "Fender" stamped saddles with U.S. standard string spacing.

33-2000

Same as 33-2002, but with Rosewood fretboard.

33-2002

91 33-2000

1991 33-2002 in Torino Red

  • 1989-1991
  • £199 MSRP (ca. 1989)
  • £175 Street
  • $299 Street (est.)

Body:

  • Contoured, laminate body construction
  • Belly carve
  • Polyurethane finish

Neck:

  • Bolt-on Rock Maple 1-pc neck/fretboard w/ dot inlays
  • Rosewood "skunk stripe"
  • Gloss Polyurethane finish
  • 21 frets
  • 25.5" scale
  • 1.625" nut width

Electronics:

  • Three ceramic single coil pickups
  • 5-way switch
  • 1 Vol, 2 Tone
Die-cast tuners

Die-Cast Machine Heads

Hardware:
  • Chrome hardware
  • Lubricated, die-cast machine heads (unbranded)
  • Three-ply, 11-screw pickguard
  • Bullet style truss rod
  • ST-40 "Heavy Duty" vintage-style 6-point tremolo

Finishes:

  • Black (806)
  • Pearl White (980)
  • Torino Red
  • Lake Placid Blue

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