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Note "E" and "N" prefix models are sometimes also Japanese-made (see below). This could have been a mistake on Fender's part using the same prefix for both U. JV 5 Digits = 1982 to 1984 SQ 5 Digits = 1983 to 1984 E 6 Digits = 1984 to 1987 A 6 Digits = 1985 to 1986 B 6 Digits = 1985 to 1986 C 6 Digits = 1985 to 1986 F 6 Digits = 1986 to 1987 G 6 Digits = 1987 to 1988 H 6 Digits = 1988 to 1989 I 6 Digits = 1989 to 1990 J 6 Digits = 1989 to 1990 K 6 Digits = 1990 to 1991 L 6 Digits = 1991 to 1992 M 6 Digits = 1992 to 1993 N 6 Digits = 1993 to 1994 O 6 Digits = 1994 to 1995 P 6 Digits = 1995 to 1996 Other Fender Serial Number Schemes.7600000 ("76" in bold) = 1976-1977 800000s = 1979-1981 1000000 to 8000000 = 1976-1981 (7 digits) S100000's-S600000's = 1979-1982 S700000's to S770000's = 1977 S740000's to S800000's = 1978 S810000's to S870000's = 1979 S880000's to S980000's = 1980 S950000's to S990000's = 1981 E000000's to E100000's = 1979-1982 E200000's = 1982 E320000's to E390000's = 1984-1985 E400000's = 1984, 1985, 1987 E800000's = 1988-1989 E900000's = 1989-1990 N900000's = 1990 N000000's = 1990-1991 N100000's = 1991 N200000's = 1992 N300000's = 1993 N400000's = 1994 N500000's = 1995 N600000's = 1996 N700000's = 1997 N800000's = 1998 N900000's = 1999 Japanese Serial Numbers on Peghead Decal Note the lack of S, E, N series. Fender has recently (in the last 20 years) introduced LOTS of different serial numbers schemes, depending on the country the Fender was made (USA, Mexico, Japan, Korea, etc). Below are some examples of letter prefixes used in recent serial number schemes.

V : this prefix used for US made "vintage reissue" models, 1982 to present.

25 4 digits : 1979 to 1980 Anniversary Stratocaster. SE : this prefix means a Signature Edition, 1982 to present.

This system of serial numbers is unique to these three models until about the early summer of 1954 (when Fender switched to a universal neck plate serial number system for all models): Precision Basses 1951 to 1955 (number on bridgeplate). This system of serial numbers is unique to this model until about 1955 (even though Fender went to a universal neckplate serial number system on all instruments in 1954, some old style Precision Bass serialized bridges were still left over and used until 1955.) All Models, summer 1954 to mid 1976 (serial number on neckplate).

In 1957/1958 some serial numbers started with a minus sign ("-"), or had a "0" prefix before the number.

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