Couldn't find the logic in it yet. Username: Chazmo Registered: 3-2007 Posted on Sunday, October 21, 2007 - 10:34 am: Wolfgang, your English is just fine! Wait, that doesn't sound so correct anymore. I made a little homepage - - and now I am searching other owners to start a list of their serial-numbers. But perhaps some nice Belgian beers would. I do not know how accurate the system is but the few I've run have worked just fine. The lads over there really struggle with serial numbers and i thought it would be helpful.
It's possible, but I doubt it. There are so many specialisms and specialists, for instance: Custom Agents. Others as above say that there is a month code. The next two characters should be digits. Some have actually had two.
Doesn't make sense with you earlier postings. I can't tell you why Honda does this, but ultimately I think it's up to the corporate execs in the different countries. Steve Username: Daveh Registered: 07-2005 Posted on Tuesday, September 06, 2005 - 10:36 am: Funkle- Thanks for the info. Ginger Username: Beedeepotter Registered: 4-2007 Posted on Tuesday, April 10, 2007 - 7:21 pm: Hmmm, I might be able to live with that. That much I was able to make out.
It doesn't fit in the Fuji Gen serial number format. Could be wrong but I recall someone saying that at one time. The listing is posted at: - Pete Username: Peterdryan Registered: 6-2007 Posted on Sunday, July 01, 2007 - 12:31 pm: Interesting. In a case where a guitar has both the true serial number will always be. . I am still always in contact with my very good friends at Hoshino Japan to keep it real for you all. During the 1970's and most of the 1980's, Ibanez guitars were made almost exclusively in Japan, and the majority of electric models were made at the Fujigen Gakki manufacturing plant.
They are made up of component pieces of information concatenated together: factory, year, month, and build number. They had it for sale February 2005. There are several specialists and several generalists. In cases where you have a serial numbe r but not a country of origin, the origin can sometimes be deduced from the serial number, although in this case it's very helpful if you have at least a rough idea of the date of manufacture. Note 2: Guitars with no serial number were produced at many different times. A761356 - The 1356th guitar produced in January '76, hope that helps Jul 21, 2015.
They start with that Artwood at 1983. I thought: not in my interest, but he sent same photos. What started off a pleasent stroll through a puddle of water. Username: Chazmo Registered: 3-2007 Posted on Sunday, April 01, 2007 - 9:48 am: Ah, sorry. Only registered users and moderators may post messages here. Username: Captainibanez Registered: 1-2004 Posted on Saturday, April 21, 2007 - 3:49 am: If anybody has a question on a serial number etc or anything Ibanez use my column.
Holland 42 None, except owning a few of their products and quite a lot of catalogues, starting 1988. Username: Artfield Registered: 4-2001 Posted on Saturday, May 19, 2007 - 1:30 pm: peace. Are these both from the same guitar? Note: the wide variety of musical instruments in this catalog reflect their full-time export business during that era. My bass seems to have had a sticker too, there is a lilbit of glue under the serial. It was one of the first original designs produced by Ibanez and continues to be a sought after guitar. Many other guitar brands such as Antoria shared some Ibanez guitar designs.
I have seen several of these on Korean built models from 1987. Could be wrong but I recall someone saying that at one time. What K told me makes sense because that answers my earlier question about the place holding zero in F907303. The serial numbers are generally a character string containing letters and numbers, although some are purely numeric. Ibanez Tube Screamer Mini Guitar Effect Pedal. I'm surprised that even the captain missed that this guitar is an Artcore United. Anyone know what this might be? May be 1995, october, 121st made.
The Ibanez Golden Age, 1975 - 1981 Beginning about 1975, Hoshino began introducing original guitar and bass models to the market. Ibanez Premium The Premium guitars are similar to other models but are built in Ibanez's Indonesian premium factory to premium quality standards. This was when we would make a few of some model to see if it would sell. Which would still leave a J and more importantly the I unaccounted for. Just my opinion, of course.
Username: Beedeepotter Registered: 4-2007 Posted on Friday, April 13, 2007 - 3:58 am: Heard something the other day that struck a memory chord. Still up for debate is when it was made. Thanks for the info, perfect response. It turns out that Nagoya, the home of Ibanez is the capital of Aichi. Next number 5 is Model number. Doesn't affect the sound though.