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It is not an original vintage from the 70s-80s, but a reissue from China. M09011884Based on my experience decoding other guitar's serial numbers I am willing to say this is a 2009 model made in January and production # 1884. Are you looking for a vintage Martin guitar or Gibson guitar, a fine Gibson mandolin, or a good upright Kay bass? Shows some playing wear as well as a few nicks and dings, but overall a nice solid mandolin. Excellent structural condition showing some significant playing wear - because it sounds great! Just set up by my luthier so it plays smoothly with excellent volume and tone.Perhaps other brands of vintage mandolins are your interest. Snakeheads are considered the best sounding of Gibson oval hole mandolins, as they ring out and punch well. No logo as made but it does have the original Gibson label inside. This is a great sounding mandolin - an excellent demonstration of why many pickers believe the snakeheads are the best oval hole mandolins ever made by Gibson. 53827) Excellent minus condition, white top finish. Plays very easy and has strong volume with a very balanced sound - this would be a good session instrument.
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: 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 123 1987-1997 SEMI ACOUSTIC MODELSFor Yamano Gakki Epiphone Japan from 1987 to approximately 1997, the serial numbers are in a YCPPP format.
They were made by Terada and usually have an Orange Epiphone label.
he easiest way to find the year of manufacture of a particular Gibson guitar is to reference the instrument's serial number of factory order number.
Click here for a description of our "on hold" policy. Excellent for Celtic or old time or jazz or classical. This is just a great sounding mandolin - an excellent demonstration of why many pickers believe the snakeheads are the best oval hole mandolins ever made by Gibson. Z635 13) Excellent minus condition with a dark sunburst finish front and back.
PLEASE NOTE: We DO NOT ship rosewood guitars across international borders. 68349) If you are looking for a good session mandolin, and do not mind a little wear and do not need the fancy trim, this is your mandolin. Just an "A", so its top bound only and does not have the pearl logo. Snakeheads are considered the best sounding of Gibson oval hole mandolins, as they ring out and punch well. No major structural issues and the finish is original. Although similar to the earlier A4 model, in the 1930s this was the A0 model. 2740G) Clean one owner mandolin with just a little pickwear. Bought from the family of the original owner here in Richmond, VA. Classic "Gibson" decal logo above the truss rod cover on the peghead. All hardware and finish is original but missing the guard.
The serial number will be an 8 digit number impressed into the back of the headstock with "MADE IN USA" below.