Another shows him and his guitar on a Navy destroyer during the Korean conflict. ” But the lack of regular cleaning was a mixed blessing.
Anyone who plays it feels the history evident in its V-shaped neck.
Then 134-6320 would become 134-320 and the specifications of the instrument should be used for determining the approximate year or decade the particular instrument was built.
So a pot stamped 1377833 is a CTS pot made in the 33rd week of 1978.
Note that this does not mean a Muff with a 1978 pot was actually made in 1978, it just means it was not made much earlier than 1978.
This is information from the Engineering and Publications department.
In addition to a source code, it may be desired to identify the date of production.
Also, the first Broadcaster (serial #0001), which Leo Fender gave to Jimmy Bryant, had a white pickguard.
So it makes sense that an early Broadcaster could have been fitted with a white ’guard. J.’s Broadcaster appears to be made of Bakelite, which is harder and more brittle than the plastic ’guards that appeared on the Telecaster beginning in ’54.
In the second string of numbers, the first three numbers are a code identifying the manufacturer.
The next two numbers after the manufacturer number are the year, and the last two numbers are the week of the year the pots were made.
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