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From American Deluxe and Classic Series Teles to Custom Shop beauties and even signature models by legendary rockers, this selection of Telecasters is like taking a time machine through its rich history.Since the Telecaster arrived on the music scene in 1950, it has went through many variations, which is obvious the moment you start browsing this catalog.Therefore, while helpful in determining a of PRODUCTION DATES, a neck date is obviously not a precisely definitive reference.Most specifications for a given Fender instrument model change little (if at all) throughout the lifetime of the model.First four digits are paired up, 09 is the model number for the Stratocaster, and 00 is the neck configuration, in his case a fretted Maple neck with a Rosewood fingerboard. 38 is the week, 9 stands for the year, 1979, and 3 is the day of the week, which is Wednesday.The '*' represents a middle digit that is either an 'X', a '-' or something that resembles a '1/2' or '1/4' fraction.You spot a '79 in a local shop, or online, but how can you be certain it is a '79?
SERIAL NUMBERS were stamped on the back vibrato cover plate on early ’50s Stratocaster® guitars, and on the bridge plate between the pickup and the saddles on some Telecaster® guitars.Hallo everybody, Could somone help me to identify my MIM body. 0485923003 Regards, Jens (netherlands) [/img]All I got is this site, not sure on models but it will give year and plant assembly...The seller told me it`s a vintage 60`s reissue body from the classic serie`s. ebay for fakes, there is forums on how to spot one, I ran you serial on that site above and came back with nothing, I run my MIM strat and tells me this: Your guitar was made at the Ensenada Plant (Fender), Mexico in the Year(s): 2008 - 2009_________________2009 Fender Standard Stratocaster - S1 switching system insatlled w SCN Pickups - GFS Brass Trem Block - Lake Placid Blue w Maple Neck So, you can't afford that '54 Strat, or that '64, or even that '74 for that matter.Your last chance to own a vintage Fender Stratocaster is with the guitars of the late 1970's.My intent with this site is to educate those who are on the hunt for that last affordable vintage Fender Stratocaster.Have a read through and hopefully you will pickup a few things to better assert yourself in the late 70's Stratocasters buyer's market. M = Model or Manufacturer O = Operator N = Neck configuration W = Week Y = Year D = Day Neck Stamps: MMNN*WWYD Example: 0900*3893 - Found on the very end of the neck heel, if at all, in green or dark red ink.They are part numbers and just used for internal inventory puposes. The correct name for the body that you are referring to, may be a "Classic Series 60s" Strat.You need the serial number from the original neck to date the guitar. The words "Vintage" and "Reissue" have nothing to do with that body, there are no "Vintage" or "Reissue" MIM Strats.I guess people like to use those words way too often to describe Strats that are neither.I have a 'Classic Series 70s" Strat, and I think that the "Classic Series" are excellent guitars.