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I will also mention briefly pot-codes as a resource (numbers on the internal potentiometers of the guitar).These can definitely be useful in cases where no other numbers exist, but just tell when the pot itself was made.The most important thing to keep in mind when dating a Fender is the highly modular nature of the designs.Like Henry Ford, part of Leo Fender's genius was in optimizing the company's production efficiency.“JD 8 digits” and some of instruments with “U 6 digits” are also built in 2012.So you need to figure out the year of production for your Fender guitar or bass. Fenders rank as the most frequently bought and sold instruments on Reverb, and finding a precise date of manufacture can be key to determining the value and specifics of an instrument.Here's how the serial numbers break down from 1954 to the beginning of 1963, though there are some areas of inconsistency in this era: At the very end of 1962 and into 1963, Fender changed to a system where serial numbers began with an "L." According to some accounts, the L was supposed to just be a 1 to mark the cross over into the 100,000 range from the previous scheme, but an L was used by mistake.Here the range of the L-series serial used each year.
These two basses and the other instruments listed below that were supplied by this factory continued to use “Made in Japan T 6 digits” designation through 2011: Pawn Shop Fender ‘51 Pawn Shop Fender ‘72 Pawn Shop Mustang Special ‘70s Precision Bass Jaguar Bass In 2012, Fender has transitioned the numbering scheme again with the new serial number starting with “JD” followed by an eight-digit number with “Made in Japan” decals.
There's A Brief History of the Stratocaster Part I and Part II that follows the evolution of the most popular Fender guitar of all.
Similarly, take a look at Behold the Jazzmaster for general timeline of the history of everyone's favorite offset guitar.
Some browsing around the Fender section of the Price Guide can definitely help you find which model you have.
We also have some other blog posts related to Fender that can hopefully be of some help.