Fender made super-sonic guitars 3 times. Here they are.
Squier Vista Series - 1996-98
The Super-Sonic was originally a part of the Japanese-manufactured Vista Series, and produced at the FujiGen factory between 1996 and 1998. The bodies were constructed from basswood and available in four different finishes, with a maple neck with a rosewood fretboard. The pickups were manufactured in South Korea with ceramic magnets with wooden spacers, and the bridge pickup canted. Instruments produced between 1996 through 1997 are accepted to have had serial numbers beginning ‘V’, while those from late 1997 through the end of production in 1998 generally begin with ‘A’. Following the cessation of production of the Vista Series, FujiGen-manufactured Super-Sonics have become increasingly sought-after and collectible
Fender Pawn Shop Series - 2013
Fender reintroduced the Super-Sonic in 2013 as part of the Fender-branded Pawn Shop Series. The reissued Super-Sonic was manufactured at the Fender factory in Mexico and featured an alder body available in three new finishes, a C-shaped maple neck, a rosewood fretboard with a 9.5mm radius, and medium-jumbo frets. The South Korean-made pickups on the Vista Series models were replaced with Fender Atomic humbuckers, and both canted
Squier Paranormal Series - 2020
The Super-Sonic was once again reintroduced to the Fender catalogue in June 2020 as part of the Squier Paranormal Series. The revived model features a poplar body available in two different finishes, a C-shaped maple neck, an Indian laurel fretboard with a 9.5mm radius, and narrow-tall frets. Like the version from the Pawn Shop Series, the Paranormal Series Super-Sonic features Fender Atomic humbuckers