Dating fender amps musicmaster bass
Models from this period could have either code system.1972: A new eight-digit neck stamp was introduced colored either green or red. From 1972 to around March 1973, this new system was used simultaneously with the previous “XX MMM-YY W”.The locations of the serial numbers and dates change from model to model and in some cases they have simply been omitted.Also, labeling techniques have changed with Fender owners, slightly adding to the confusion. S.-made Fender guitars and basses from 1950 until today, since they are some of the predominant vintage guitars for sale on Vintageand Only about half the guitars still carry any intelligible information here.Below is a list of date formats and how they were marked on the neck-butts: 1950-1954: Hand-written below the truss rod adjustment at the butt end of the neck.
Please note that fender serial numbers tend to overlap by at least a year, and thereby the date of your guitar can only be approximated.00: neck code (rosewood fingerboard)36: 36th week of year5: 19751: day of the week (monday)I don't understand what you are asking for sure as you don't specify the neck code you have.If there is no date code stamped on the neck butt it would not surprise me.Typically the serial number is penciled or stamped on the butt end of the heel of the neck of most guitars and basses.Neck dating can be useful in finding the approximate age of your guitar.