Of course, there are those who use pics of real Gibsons to sell fake guitars - the ol' swap-a-roo. Go to the Gibson site, and decipher it yourself, or call them. 1986 Kramer Baretta - American 1990 Gibson Les Paul Standard 2006 Gibson Les Paul Custom - '68 RI 2007 Gibson Les Paul Special - Custom Shop 1960 Double Cut 2013 Gibson SGJ 2013 Ibanez Destroyer 2013 Gibson Les Paul Standard - Premium Plus 2014 Gibson Les Paul Studio Pro 2014 Gibson SG Standard '61 2014 Seagull S6 Original Marshall JMP1H Marshall JCM1H Marshall SL5 Marshall Lead 12 3005 Microstack Egnater Tweaker 15 Yamaha THR-10 Marshall 1960AV 4x12 Mesa Boogie Recto 1x12 I just bought a new Les Paul Standard and would like you to check the serial number for me: 91029466 . I have a 2014, it still can't decode the serial.I want to verify the year of manufacture, whether it has a 60's neck and the color. Go to the Gibson site, and decipher it yourself, or call them. Necro answer - The Guitar Dater is merely a decoder that works by using known serial number formats and decoding them for you.It may sound like a cliché but you need to be at one with the guitar for the inspiration to flow.This has nothing to do with what models you choose or how much they cost.According to Guitar Dater - was made at the Nashville Plant, TN, USA December 11st, 2007 Production Number: 171 Here's some reference info for ya - to Guitar Dater - was made at the Nashville Plant, TN, USA December 11st, 2007 Production Number: 171 Here's some reference info for ya - 1965 Gibson LG-0 | 1983 Gibson Spirit | 2001 Epiphone Casino | 2001 Gibson J-45 | 2007 Gibson Melody Maker 2008 Martin DX1RGT | 2008 Epiphone MM-30E | Squier Stratocaster | Manuel Rodriguez C3 | Fullerton FW-20CEB [quote name='pohatu771]Guitar Dater Project won't tell you if it's real' date=' or not, just when and where it was made... There are some things it can't handle.[/quote'] Good for new guitars. Simply checking a serial number with Gibson yields just about the same result, becuase real numbers are showing up on fakes.
Together, they formed a short-lived two-man band called Lo-Fi Masters.
It's frequently not up to date on serial changes.
It's also not based on any manufacturers shipping records so it can't tell you if the serial is re-used, fake or what the details are of any particular guitar.
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