Dating vintage yamaha guitars
You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.The remaining four digits denote the instrument’s sequential number of manufacture among all the instruments made during the month indicated.For example, serial number 07100091 indicates a guitar built in 2007 (07), in October of that year (10), and that it was the 91st guitar made that month (0091).From 1946 to 1968 a 5-digit sequential system is used.However, there is no indication of the year of production in this system.A nice and simple 6-digit system is used in the period from 1969 to1984. The next two digits represent the month and the last two digits represent the number of the unit (serial number).
It's a little rough version but it's still beautiful.
Yamaha maintains a messy serial number system whose coding often occurs complicated and illogical.
What makes it even more difficult is that a large part of the serial numbers repeat themselves every decade.
scale: 658 mm weight: 1575 g body length: 488 mm nut: 52 mm upper bout: 282 mm waist: 239 mm lower bout: 373 mm depth: 99 mm top thickness: 2.77 mm action - 5th fret: 2.8 mm action - 12th fret: 4.3 mm neck size - 1st fret: 80 mm neck size - 5th fret: 85 mm natural resonance note: G#/A strings: D’Addario Pro Arté normal tension, silverplated wound clear nylon, EJ45 top material: spruce sides/back material: maple neck material: nato (aka eastern mahogany) fretboard material: bubinga (aka African rosewood) bridge material: bubinga (aka African rosewood) builder: Yamaha (Nippon Gakki) made in Japan model: G-60A serial no: 1587470 years built: 1969-1973 original msrp: .50 (6 in 2011 dollars) download picture pack (4.4M) info on specs A Nippon Gakki.
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