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I was told to check the potentiometer date codes, which all have “1377142” impressed into them.
I read on a Gibson forum that, on seven-digit pot codes, the fourth and fifth numbers represent the date.
I’ll start with trying to date the instrument, but keep in mind that dating and identifying Gibson guitars typically go hand in hand.
I get several questions about Gibson serial numbers every day, and my initial answer is always to not expect or rely on the serial number alone to determine the year of manufacture.
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The warranty period commences on the date that a Product is purchased by the original user owner ("Purchase Date").
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This was mainly caused by Gibson trying to keep up with production while attempting to serialize everything accurately, as well.
Unfortunately, during extremely busy times, production simply trumped serialization.
Lower Right: The fourth and fifth numbers of this seven-digit potentiometer date code reveal the last two digits of its year of manufacture. Hi Brian, There’s no question that dating Gibson guitars is challenging—and sometimes downright impossible.