Pickup Markings in my 1998 LP DC, What Do These Mean

SixFootUnda

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Hi Everyone,

I just got a used LP DC from 1998, the neck cavity has penciled markings that I cant figure out and I wanted to try and confirm what I think the bridge cavity means.

Bridge: LPS2 - Offset double cutaway, mahogany back AAA flamed maple top?

Neck: TN LG?? (does anyone know?) see pictures

Please let me know what you guys think. Have a great night!
 

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Brutalisateur

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Neck pocket is usually code for finish, and the bridge for the type of neck.

On my standard from 2005, the neck pocket says "TB" which is code for the finish tobacco burst. And the bridge pocket says "LP6F" which means it has a les paul 60s profile neck.
 

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LPS2 is Les Paul Standard Double Cutaway, TN is Tangerineburst
 

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Thanks for the info guys, any idea as to what is written next to the TN? The builders initials maybe? If its the Tangerine burst that means its the limited edition one!!! Stoked on that!! Really appreciate the info:dude:
 

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Your DC has been singled out for thermal imaging to determine if there are doobies hidden in a secret compartment behind the pickups. An old girlfriend of yours, code-named Nefertatas, is rumored to have buried them there "for later" and then forgotten them. They could self-combust at any time. She also claims to have stuffed money in there, and TN LG stands for "Ten Large."
 

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