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The strange and mysterious neck codes found on Fenders from 1969 – 80 have been all but ignored by the vintage and collectible guitar community.Perhaps this is due to the fact that 1970s Fenders have, until recently, been all but ignored by the vintage and collectible guitar community.The first one or two digits of the code, in this case 3, denotes the model.For Telecasters, Telecaster Thinlines, and Esquires that code is 3.
If Fender used the coding system as early as 1967, then we should see more 19 guitars surfacing with the green stamped code.
One plausible explanation is the use of leftover necks – Fender is known to have done this often.
If you have a guitar or bass with this first style green code and you would like to submit it to the database I’m compiling, please send the model, serial number, code, and if you have them, the pot dates and pickup dates.
This means two things for the owner of a 1969-80 Fender.
First, the chances of having an intact stamped code is about 50-50.The new code consisted of 6, 7 or 8 digits and was usually stamped in green ink.