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At least not while he was at Fender Musical Instrument Corporation.

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7600000 ("76" in bold) = 1976-1977 800000s = 1979-1981 1000000 to 8000000 = 1976-1981 (7 digits) S1 to S5 5 Digits = 1979-1982 S6 5 digits = 1976 S7 5 digits = 1977-1978 S8 5 digits = 1977-1978 S9 5 digits = 1978-1981 E0 5 digits = 1979-1981 E1 5 digits = 1980-1981 E1 5 digits = 1982 E2 5 digits = 1982-1983 E3 5 digits = 1982-1984 E4 5 digits = 1984-1985, 1987-1988 E8 5 digits = 1988-1989 E9 5 digits = 1988-1990 N9 5 digits = 1990 N0 5 digits = 1990-1991 N1 5 or 6 digits = 1991-1992 N2 5 or 6 digits = 1992-1993 N3 5 or 6 digits = 1993-1994 N4 5 or 6 digits = 1994-1995 N5 5 or 6 digits = 1995-1996 N6 5 or 6 digits = 1996-1997 N7 5 or 6 digits = 1997-1998 N8 5 or 6 digits = 1998-1999 N9 5 or 6 digits = 1999-2000 DZ0 or Z0 5/6 digits = 2000 DZ1 or Z1 5/6 digits = 2001 DZ2 or Z2 5/6 digits = 2002 DZ3 or Z3 5/6 digits = 2003 DZ4 or Z4 5/6 digits = 2004 DZ5 or Z5 5/6 digits = 2005Due to the popularity of Rock Music in the ’70’s and ’80’s electric guitar sales soared.

Many Japanese companies started make knock-off versions of US electric guitar designs.

But you can also imagine that there were many times for inventory purposes when suppliers, vendors, and etc.

wanted to be able to see the serial number, and now, the year of production without turning the guitar over.

This time, probably in a corporate branding effort, a large Fender script “F” was added to the neckplate below the serial number.