SG '61 Reissue were produced from 1993-2012.
I bought a '94 Les Paul DC Special being told by the seller that it was from a certain yearSG '61 Reissue were produced from 1993-2012.
Since the second digit is a "4", and cannot be 405 days in the year, the YDDDYPPP format does not apply in this case. The first two digits indicate the year. It is a centennial anniversary year model.
Trying to figure out what year my LP Studio was made and I'm getting three different answers. The serial is 94037957. 1.) Gibson Support Site says: The pattern is as follows: YDDDYRRR YY is the production year DDD is the day of the year RRR is the factory ranking/plant designation...www.mylespaul.com
Thanks - my # is 92468369, so 1998 (I think.)
You're talking about some Limited Edition models.In 2014 they made it real clear by installing a 120th anniversary inlay at the 12th fret.
I was referring to 2014 models where they also changed the serial number format to 14XXXXXXX and had a 120th anniversary banner on the the 12th fret.You're talking about some Limited Edition models.
The Les Paul's had the TRC engraved (175 of 200) but no special inlay.
So many variations in 1994.
But all 1994 had that 94XXXXXX serial number!
And I do not have such an inlay or TRC on my 94XXXXXX 1994 LP DC Special.
I was referring to 2014 models where they also changed the serial number format to 14XXXXXXX and had a 120th anniversary banner on the the 12th fret.