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    JCF (I have no life)Member rjohnstone's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankyB View Post
    Thank you so much! I got one more question, does anybody knows the fret's material?
    Nickel.
    -Rick

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    Having trouble finding information on a 7 digit serial on a neck thru model starting with the number 7. Anyone know anything of this?

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    Are you sure it isn't a 1 instead of 7?
    The early SLX(T)'s were Indian made and had date coded fret board serials. 11xxxxx-2011...
    96xxxxx, 97xxxxx and 98xxxxx serials oftentimes don't indicate '96, '97 and '98.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudlark View Post
    Are you sure it isn't a 1 instead of 7?
    The early SLX(T)'s were Indian made and had date coded fret board serials. 11xxxxx-2011...
    Iím certain. The first digits are 770****. Itís a custom shop paint job verified by Fender/Jackson and verified by the painter. Iíve been told some opinions that it was a guitar that got a strange serial due to being made during the period of which Jackson was purchased by Fender. And Fender told me they donít have much info on guitars during this time as well.

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    I'd suggest posting pics, but you need to post them on a site such as imgur first...then copy the link here.
    Did Fender see a pic?
    Trust me, they know shockingly little about even the guitars they make in regards to Jacksons.
    96xxxxx, 97xxxxx and 98xxxxx serials oftentimes don't indicate '96, '97 and '98.

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    Newbie here. I have a dk2s that I'm having a hard time decoding. Serial #9848760 with black hardware, black neck plate. Thanks, Brian

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    https://guitarinside.com/Jackson_Dinky_DK2S

    Later 98xxxxx serial and black hardware would mean post 2005.
    I dont have the serial numbers needed to give an accurate date but it would be stamped on the neck and body if you remove the neck.

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    Should be 2010, maybe '11.
    9846xxx was Dec. 2009 and my 9853xxx is pocket stamped June or July 2011.
    96xxxxx, 97xxxxx and 98xxxxx serials oftentimes don't indicate '96, '97 and '98.

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    Thanks for the quick replies!
    I've been avoiding doing a string change because the trem scares the $#!% out of me. Plus, the fact that this guitar stays in tune FAR better than any of my Les Paul's has made me not want to change a thing.
    But it's time - I'll see if I can pop the neck out while I've got it apart & take a look.
    Thanks again! ��

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    OK, replaced strings & pulled the neck at the same time:




    One last question - can anybody tell me where this Jackson was made?

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    Made in 2010 for neck and body.
    Made in Japan.
    Check the link I posted earlier.

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    Hi,
    I have a Grover Jackson guitar
    , code is seven digits 0510790 Please, could you tell me what the country, year or model is??






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    Japan, '90s, but that's all I have on this one.

    They were only sold in Japan.
    96xxxxx, 97xxxxx and 98xxxxx serials oftentimes don't indicate '96, '97 and '98.

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