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Pre-1994 productions also frequently omit the factory letter codes and appeared as all digits, e.g.

3042779.----------------------------------------------FYYMMRRRRF/FF = factory ID Y/YY = year of manufacture MM = month of manufacture RRRR = ranking number Example: 3021234 = *Samick* Korea / 1993 / February / unit 1234Example: S3021234 = *Samick* Korea / 1993 / February / unit 1234Example: S93021234 = *Samick* Korea / 1993 / February / unit 1234Example: SI01021234 = *Samick* Indonesia / 2001 / February / unit 1234Example: SI010212345 = *Samick* Indonesia / 2001 / February / unit 12345Note: There may be no factory designator for some 1993 and earlier models.

Someone told me it is the first model 100, very few like our were made, normally they are fairly standard, without the fancy woods and inlay. The **serial** # is on a plate on the back of the body right below the neck- 1048649. Any info on this hand crafted, made in Japan, A790? I have an Aria Custom **guitar** **serial** number 1522 model number. While trawling the internet I came across an Aria with the same **serial** number as mine. Here is the **serial** number on neck plate stamped 2030915 A sticker on the heel of the neck PB02XDBS There are no indications stamped or stickers relating to where it was manufactured as of country or manufacturers Last l would like to know a close proximity of its value in today's market (blue book) as well what a new one would go for if still made! 7/6/16 USA I purchased my **guitar** in summer of 1970 from Bernardo's **Guitar** Shop on Brooklyn Avenue, Eat Los Angeles. I have an aria sg electric **guitar**, full pick guard, 2 humbuckers, natural finish with diamond inlays. If anyone can help me figure the date and possibly the value of the **guitar** it would be much appreciated. Nothing seams to match the numbers on deferent **dating** charts.

It is in rosewood and have the Three of life on the neck and the back is tree pice. Hi , I have had one for 40 years and bought it second hand, in about 1974. I looked on Aria's web site and determined it might be a PE-R80 from the pictures, Has four knobs and a really odd, lg headstock. Just bought this repaired **guitar** from a thrift shop this aft. Lucky for me the repair to the bridge is not subtle but it is successful. For those who have been researching the Aria **serial** number puzzle this may add to the conundrum. I need some info regarding my Aria Pro ll Mad Axe Bass **Guitar**. ser no is in gold under lacqueron back of headstock is 078026 i would love to know a bit more about it cheers Hello!

Use only a reputable luthier(for the bridge to"fall" off typically means that it got heated to 150 degrees F. It has the numbers 106544-1, stamped into the heel on the inside of **guitar**. handmade rosette, ebony fretboard and ebony strip along the back of neck.

# 00144 and if yours is anything like mine its well worth fixing.

So to get right into it: 1950 - 1954 (appears on bridge plate) Esquires, Broadcasters, and Telecasters 0001 to 0999 1963 1963 - 1965 ("L" Series, some late '62 models as well)0L00001 to L20000 1963L20000 to L59000 1964L59000 to L99999 19651965 - 1976 ("F" Series, CBS era, **serial** above Fender F on neck plate, overlap between years)100000 to 110000 late 1965110000 to 200000 1966200000 to 210000 1967210000 to 250000 1968250000 to 280000 1969280000 to 300000 1970300000 to 340000 1971340000 to 370000 1972370000 to 520000 1973500000 to 580000 1974580000 to 690000 1975690000 to 750000 19761976 - Present In 1976 Fender moved the **serial** location to headstock (front or back). 2016Made in Japan **Serials** (usually appears on back of neck near neck joint)JV 5 digits ..... Other signatures, such as Ritchie Blackmore and Duff Mc Kagan used "MSZ," while still others retained the "MX" designation.

Pot codes may also point you to a general date range, but don't expect them to always be accurate. 1984 - 1987A 6 digits .........1985 - 1986B 6 digits .........1985 - 1986C 6 digits .........1985 - 1986F 6 digits ..........1986 - 1987G 6 digits .........1987 - 1988H 6 digits..........1988 - 1989I 6 digits............1989 - 1990J 6 digits 1989 - 1990K 6 digits 1990 - 1991L 6 digits 1991 - 1992M 6 digits 1992 - 1993N 6 Digits 1993 - 1994O 6 Digits 1994 - 1995 P 6 digits 1995 - 1996Q 6 digits 1993 - 1994S 6 digits 1994 - 1995T 6 digits 1994 - 1995U 6 digits 1995 - 1996N 5 digits 1995 - 1996V 6 digits 1996 - 1997Crafted in Japan **Serials** (usually back of neck)A 6 digits 1997 - 1998O 6 digits 1997 - 2000P 6 digits 1999 - 2002Q 6 digits 2002 - 2004R 6 digits 2004 - 2005S 6 digits 2006 - 2008T 6 digits 2007 - 2008Made in Mexico **Serials** (on headstock)MN0 5 or 6 digits 1990-1991MN1 5 or 6 digits 1991-1992MN2 5 or 6 digits 1992-1993MN3 5 or 6 digits 1993-1994MN4 5 or 6 digits 1994-1995MN5 5 or 6 digits 1995-1996MN6 5 or 6 digits 1996-1997MN7 5 or 6 digits 1997-1998MN8 5 or 6 digits 1998-1999MN9 5 or 6 digits 1999-2000MZ0 5 or 6 digits 2000-2001MZ1 5 or 6 digits 2001-2002MZ2 5 or 6 digits 2002-2003MZ3 5 or 6 digits 2003-2004MZ4 5 or 6 digits 2004-2005MZ5 5 or 6 digits 2005-2006MZ6 5 or 6 digits 2006-2007MZ7 5 or 6 digits 2007-2008MZ8 5 or 6 digits 2008-2009MZ9 5 or 6 digits 2009-2010"10" prefix followed by a space and eight digits Late 2009 through approximately March 2010MX10 6 digits 2010MX11 6 digits 2011MX12 6 digits 2012MX13 6 digits 2013MX14 6 digits 2014MX15 6 digits 2015-2016MX16 6 digits 2016-2017MX17 6 digits 2017-2018NOTES: Mexican Fender Signature Series used other prefixes, such as "MSN" 5 digits in the 1990s and "MS" in the 2000s.A number, usually 5 to 7 digits long, follows the letter and helps to further identify the year. Made in Korea **Serials** (may or may not have letter prefix.There is known overlap between years, and looking at the date on the neck heel should be more accurate. may/may not be Squier)6, 7 or 8 Digits only 1988 - 1996 "E" *serials* from Young Chang or Sung-Eum plants: E1 6 Digits in Silver 1987 - 1988 E2 6 Digits in Silver 1988 - 1989 E0 6 Digits in Black 1989 - 1990 E1 6 Digits in Black 1991 - 1992 E2 6 Digits in Black 1992 - 1993 E3 6 Digits in Black 1993 - 1994 "S" *serials* from *Samick* plant: S9 6 Digits 1989 - 1990 S0 6 Digits 1990 - 1991 S1 6 Digits 1991 - 1992 S2 6 Digits 1992 - 1993 S3 6 Digits 1993 - 1994 "CN" (Cort) and "VN" (Sungham) factory *serials*: CN0 or VN0 5 Digits 1990 - 1991 CN1 or VN1 5 Digits 1991 - 1992 CN2 or VN2 5 Digits 1992 - 1993 CN3 or VN3 5 Digits 1993 - 1994 CN4 or VN4 5 Digits 1994 - 1995 CN5 or VN5 5 Digits 1995 - 1996 CN6 or VN6 5 Digits 1996 - 1997 "KC" 1997 and up Cort factory *serial* numbers: KC97 6 Digits 1997 - 1998 KC97 7 Digits 1997 - 1998 KC97 8 Digits 1997 - 1998 KC98 6 Digits 1998 - 1999 KC99 6 Digits 1999 - 2000 KC00 6 Digits 2000 - 2001 KC01 6 Digits 2001 - 2002 KC02 6 Digits 2002 - 2003 KC03 6 Digits 2003 - 2004 KC04 6 Digits 2004 - 2005 KC05 6 Digits 2005 - 2006 KC06 6 Digits 2006 - 2007 KC07 6 Digits 2007 - 2008 KC08 6 Digits 2008 - 2009 KC09 6 Digits 2009 - 2010 KC10 6 Digits 2010 - 2011 KC11 6 Digits 2011 - 2012 KC12 6 Digits 2012 - 2013 KC13 6 Digits 2013 - 2014 Made in Indonesia *Serials* IC08 6 digits 2008-2009IC09 6 digits 2008-2009ICF09 6 digits 2009-2010IC10 6 digits 2009-2010ICF10 6 digits 2010-2011ICF11 6 digits 2011-2012Special cases For Fender acoustics, please see this page on the Fender website: https://support.fender.com/hc/en-us/articles/214343883-How-can-I-find-out-when-my-acoustic-instrument-was-manufactured-NUMBER DESCRIPTIONC(XXXXXX) Collectors Series up to 1965CA(XXXXX) Gold Strat 1981, 82 and 83CB(XXXXX) Precision Bass Special and Gold Jazz Bass 1981-82CC(XXXXX) Walnut Strat 1981-82-83CD or CO(XXXXX) Precision Bass Special (Walnut) from 1982CE(XXXXX) Precision Bass Special from 1981, Black and Gold Tele from 1981-82CN, R or V US Custom Shop (may also include CZ)D(XXXXXX) Jazz Bass 1981-82DN(XXXXXX) American Deluxe Series, 1998-99DZ 6 or 7 digits American Deluxe Series 2000 to present EJ(XXXXX) Eric Johnson Signature Stratocasters EE(XXXXXX) Some US made instruments from the mid to late '80s made for export to Europe had an EE prefix FN(XXXXXX) US made *guitars* and basses made for export G(XXXXXX) "THE STRAT" 1980-83GO(XXXXX) Precision Bass Special (Walnut) from 1982, Gold Strat 1982-83H, I or K(XXXXXXX) USA *guitars* for export stamped USA on heel, *serial* on headstock, 1989-90.F300000 = late 2009 used on LP Std'59/Std'60/Tribute models Continued around F310650~F311050 in spring 2012 on Tribute-Plus models Continued around F305000 in 2011Continued around F310000 in 2012Continued around F317000 in 2013Continued around F324000 in 2014Continued around F330000 in 2015---------------------------------Epiphone Japan **Serial** Numbers1998 - Current The Yamano Gakki Epiphone Japan **serial** numbers from 1998 onwards are in a YMMPPP format.Y = Year of manufacture MM = Month of manufacture PPP = Production number The *serial* number letters used by the Terada and Fuji-Gen *guitar* factories are: J = Terada T = Terada, F = Fuji-Gen No Letter = Fuji-Gen Example: J902123 = Terada / 1999 / February / unit 123Example: T902123 = Terada / 1999 / February / unit 123Example: F902123 = Fuji-Gen / 1999 / February / unit 123Example: 902123 = Fuji-Gen / 1999 / February / unit 1231987 - 1997For Yamano Gakki Epiphone Japan semi acoustic models from 1987 to approximately 1997, the *serial* numbers are in a YCPPP format.

First two numbers in the sequence will tell you when your *guitar* was produced.