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First half of 1959: No markings for a period after a customer complained about an obscenity written on the neck butt. 1966: the model number (the number stamped on the neck before the month) change (for example, “13”=Stratocaster).
1969: A new type of neck stamp of six, seven or eight digits was used on some models. Example: “529129B” (more info on reading there in the “nack stamps” section below.) This new green stamp was used simultaneously with the earlier “XX MMM-YY W” format.
Since the neck is only a component of the guitar, it could have been produced a number of years before the actual instrument was assembled, hence the date on the neck is not necessarily the production date of the whole guitar.
On early ’50s Stratocaster guitars serial numbers were stamped on the back vibrato cover plate.
Only about half the guitars still carry any intelligible information here.
Below is a list of date formats and how they were marked on the neck-butts: 1950-1954: Hand-written below the truss rod adjustment at the butt end of the neck.
No one likes it when you forget their birthday and neither does your Fender. For most of Fender’s production history they have applied serial numbers and production dates that can help you determine their production date (within a few years’ margin, at least).
Also, labeling techniques have changed with Fender owners, slightly adding to the confusion. S.-made Fender guitars and basses from 1950 until today, since they are some of the predominant vintage guitars for sale on Vintageand 026-4233-000 Genuine Fender Japan new old stock Jaguar 1 meg mini tone pot. Used on Vibro-King Custom, Dual Professional, and Prosonic amplifiers manufactured from '94-Present. Thumb wheel controls used for neck pickup volume and tone control in most Jaguar/Jazzmaster guitars.From 1972 through about March 1973, this new system was used concurrently with the previous “XX MMM-YY W” format.Again, a neck was stamped with either the new or the old date stamp, but not both.
Vintage reissue instruments have the date on the butt end of the neck like the originals.