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Schecter datingserial number

Epiphone Elite/Elitist models FYSSSS F = factory code (this code will be an "F" or "T") Y = year of manufacture (2 = 2002, 3 = 2003, etc.) SSSS = sequential ranking number Example - T41234 is a 2004 Elitist model made at the Terada factory, production rank 1234th unit.

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where made -- the factory code #s identified so far are shown in red print below RRRRR = remaining digits = ranking number -- example 08121520333 was made in December 2008, factory 15, 2 unknown significance, 0333 unit produced [NOTE - pre 1993-94 productions also frequently omitted factory letter codes and appeared as all numbers e.g.I know that in the US, only authorized Schecter dealers can sell new Schecters, but it might be different where you are.I'm going to guess that it's probably legit, as I haven't heard anything about Schecter copies.: I have an 80's Schecter - Strat style, mirror pickguard, black, factory EMG's 1 Hum 2 Single, Kahler Trem, Ebony fretboard bolt on, 5 way position switch, Serial #A3194. Guitardater doesn't recognize the serial# system Epiphone is using since mid 2008 ! Chinese made guitars with F 31xxxx like the "1959" model or the 1960/2010 tribute models don't work either, or are falsely rated as Fuji Gen, Japan made instuments. of your 1993 or most later models Epiphone either: 1.Use the "keys" and factory letter/number identifiers below -- note that for guitars made prior to 1993, the serial # assigned does not reveal the date or factory where made -- or you can, 2. Guitars " data-medium-file="https://thenakedlistener.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/alvarez-guitar-joe-bonamassa.jpg? w=240&h=173" data-large-file="https://thenakedlistener.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/alvarez-guitar-joe-bonamassa.jpg? w=460" class="alignright wp-image-18297" src="https://thenakedlistener.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/alvarez-guitar-joe-bonamassa.jpg? w=240&h=173" alt="alvarez guitar joe bonamassa" width="240" height="173" srcset="https://thenakedlistener.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/alvarez-guitar-joe-bonamassa.jpg?

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AT THE TIME when I wrote this, it was to have been my last post as I headed off to hospital last week because of bronchitis. Oh, yes, a “medical leave of absence.” My own medical leave of absence has come to an end, so this is for all you guitar fans out there.

023849354 -- these are Asian made (Korea, Japan, Indonesia) but again the exact factory origin is not usually available from guitardater project or other sources.] FYYMMRRRR F = factory code (this can be 2 letters as well) YY = year of manufacture (this can also be just 1 digit for '90s models) MM = month of manufacture R = ranking number (may be more or less digits, not necessarily indicative of total units produced) Example - S02021234 was made in Feb. Another code used on some current Epiphone models FYYMRRRR F = factory code YY = year of manufacture M = This will be a letter code corresponding to the month (A=January, B=February, etc...).

RRRR = ranking number Example - R03D0263 was made in April 2003 at the Peerless Korea factory, unit 0263.

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