Dating an ibanez acoustic guitar
Similarly, serial number 09050112 indicates the 112th guitar made during May 2009.In mid/late 2012, US distributed Japanese-built guitars switched to the year designation that guitars distributed in Japan use.The first 2 digits represent the year (98=1998) The last 5 digits are the consecutive production number for that month.
That means that each month starts with the number prescribed above, or that these are estimates.Exceptions are the Ibanez Blazer models, made by Dyna Gakki and the Axstar Ibanez models (AX40, AX45, AX48, AXB50, AXB60, AXB65, AX70 and AX75), made by Chushin Gakki. Supported Plug-in Formats • Audio Unit • AAX (64-bit), AAX-AS (64-bit Audio Suite) • RTAS (32-bit), DPM (32-bit Audio Suite) • VST 2 • VST 3 Supported Plug-in Host Applications Logic Pro X, Ableton Live 9-10, Pro Tools 10-2018, Cubase 9.5, FL Studio 12, Studio One 3- 4, Reason 10, Reaper 5, Bitwig Studio 2. Serial number F534157 here is the 4157th guitar of 1995, built by Fuji Gen Gakki in July 1995.Factory Fuji Gen Gakki, Nagano 1987–1996 Letter 6 digits Example: F534157 The letter indicates in which factory in Japan the guitar was manufactured. The production month can be derived from the table below.In these eight-digit numbers, the first two digits signify the number of years since Takamine’s establishment in 1962.The following two digits denote the month, and the remaining four digits denote the instrument’s sequential number of manufacture among all the instruments made during the month indicated.