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I won’t get into the pros and cons of 1970s Fenders here, but instead, I hope to shed some new light on those weirdo neck codes.There were also a number of limited run series made for large Japanese guitar shops, such as Yamano, these can be spotted by the lack of a pickguard hole as they were ordered with the pickguards off, and are sometimes, but not always, solid flame tops, and one very limited run features solid Flametops, and a one piece back.Hey Zach, I have a Gibson Les Paul I’m trying to identify.Dating Telecaster Pot Potentiometer, Please Help Hi! Toppscore Well, if anyone knows how to date a Telecaster pot, PLMK. I also did not know you could date a guitar by them. Fender is/was very consistant as how the week/year dates were labeled/stamped on most vendor supplied items used within Fender guitars & amplifiers.I can read one Pot/Potentiometer on my 1978 (I think) American Standard Telecaster: R1378131 = 13th Week of 1978??? The true answer will make me understand what I have and whether I list the Telecaster on EBay or not. The Pot/Potentiometer on my 1978 American Standard Telecaster: "R1378131". After 1980 you will see "yyww" = "year/week" for the last four digits.The Orville by Gibson Les Paul Standard series (LPS) 1988-1993, do not have fret edge binding and have "Standard" on the truss rod cover,.excepting pickups, are otherwise identical to the Ob G reissues.