So, I just took just took this guitar out of the closet last month, and was thinking about changing the pickups. While researching around for what other people are using, I came across this topic about MIJ and MIK Bullets. Let me start by saying this is not a second hand guitar or picked up on Craigslist or in a pawn shop. I am the only owner, and it was my guitar in High School. I got it somewhere between 1986 and 1988. I played it for a year or so, then switched to acoustic and this guitar sat in a closet until about the early 2000’s when I took it out and changed the strings and played it again for a little while. Then it sat in the closet again until this month, January, 2020, when I took it out and changed the strings again. It is 100% stock and exactly the way I got it. It’s only had three sets of strings. There is no mysterious history to it. Its never been taken apart. It’s been in my possession for over 30 years. So anyway, after researching the MIJ / MIK thing, I’m stumped. Everything I came across with this guitar, from the neck, bridge, saddle, tuners, frets, the truss rod the design of the “Squier” logo and the E6 serial number say MIJ.... but there it is — a “Made In Korea” sticker right on the head. Now, I assure you, no mysterious person ever snuck into my house, went to the closet and put an exact style “Made In Korea” sticker on it and got away. So, what gives?