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Perhaps this is due to the fact that 1970s Fenders have, until recently, been all but ignored by the vintage and collectible guitar community.

Now that these instruments are hitting the "magical" 25-year mark, they have suddenly gained attention.

Fender Japan used to be a joint venture between FMIC and two Japanese shareholders, Kanda Shokai Co., Ltd.

and Yamano Music Co., Ltd but this JV was terminated and the two Japanese companies then became Fender’s Japanese distributors, each handling different sections of the product range.

Recently there’s been some chatter online about the status of Fender Japan.

There were many great guitars coming out of Fender Japan – indeed you may remember this post from 2012 in which I had a look at some particularly beautiful Fender Japan instruments. ” Several other members go on to say they’ve spoken to folks working in Japanese music stores who have confirmed that the distribution agreement has ended and that Fender Musical Instrument Corp is taking over.

Most likely this would be keeping on top of payment schedules or fulfilling minimum order requirements, but that’s just a guess.

Or maybe FMIC bought out the remainder of the contract.

That supplier discontinued business in fiscal 2010.

For a variety of reasons, including the specialized nature of the paint we require, replacing that supplier was costly and time consuming.

There’s a very similar paragraph right under that one about certain Fender, Jackson, Charvel and Guild products which were being distributed by Yamano; “Pursuant to a distribution agreement most recently amended in March 2005, we granted Yamano the exclusive right to distribute certain of our products, including certain Fender, Jackson, Charvel and Guild products, in Japan.

Under the distribution agreement, we received .8 million, .6 million and .7 million from Yamano for each of fiscal 2009, 20, respectively.

So it seems that if Fender Japan is no more, then Fender decided to handle its own Japanese sales rather than working with a distributor model.

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