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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.

Therefore, while helpful in determining a of production dates, a neck date is obviously not a precisely definitive reference.

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.Kanda Shokai also marketed a few original designs in the late 60s including the Greco Semi-hollow "Shrike" guitars which were imported and marketed first by Goya and later by Kustom.The "Shrike" model was unusual in that it had a pair of unusual "L" shaped pickups, with the corner of the "L" pointing towards the headstock on the neck pickup and towards the bridge on the bridge pickup These "boomerang" pickups predate the Gibson Flying V2 "Boomerang" shaped pickups by over 10 years.Starting in 1979, the Greco "Super Real Series" was introduced which made available high standard replicas of Gibson and Fender models.In 1982 the Greco "Mint Collection" was introduced, which continued the high standard of the "Super Real Series".

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