Dating a fender bass by serial number
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Bxxxxxx serials were used on both early EB and Pre-EB Basses but unfortunately no official records exist for these.
However, a comparison with similar serials will give a good idea of age.
Anyway, who needs Guitardater to date an Epiphone when we have this thread? Up until now I have my eye on two guitars and I would like to know if they are legit since the Guitar Dater can't recognize either. Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents." Ludwig von Beethoven " There's nothing remarkable about it.
I havent even really used Guitardater since this thread went up. S#1: 311552845 S#2: 311560242 Also, if you can, give me a brief explanation on how to differentiate a legit epiphone standard from counterfeits. I recently purchased an Epi (I just like the axes for the price and quality), but guitar dater didnt find anything on the serial. There you go: Serial# 1104210476 From experience, I suppose it was manufactured in April 2011 (1104), am I correct? All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.' Johann Sebastian Bach " Playing scales is like a boxer skipping rope or a punching bag.Check out the picture from the '85/'86 catalog, on the catalog page, to see what I mean.