It was also not uncommon for some necks to leave the factory without a neckdate, this appears to be a bit more common among guitars from the late 1980's.
I have also come across a few late 1980's reissues with hand written neckdates with the last digit of the year missing.
Here's our email address: [email protected]) If we're interested we will generally ask you for a little history on how you acquired the guitar, if you've changed anything or if you've had the guitar repaired.
You can give us a call and describe your guitar or send us an email to with your make, model and serial number if possible.
: If you're not familiar with my site, it's simple, and you'll love it or hate it: (1) This page has gear that has recently arrived; (2) Links at the bottom of this page take you to most of our gear, logically arranged by manufacturer or type, e.g. (3) Lastly, my contains a lot of gear that hasn't made it back to the proper pages yet and is sort of in limbo until I move it.
It's not a fancy site but it remains unchanged since '98 and I firmly believe, "if it ain't broke - don't fix it." All guitars and other gear have pictures.
Our goal is to have the most comprehensive, up-to-date database listing possible but to achieve that we need your help!
3) If we agree on a price you can bring it by our store, arrange to meet us on one of our road trips, ship the guitar to us (we pay for shipping) and in some cases we will drive or fly to your location.
We may ask you to send (preferably by email) a couple of photos as well.
The one also includes a Bass Filter button that applies effect to the high frequency effect only, i.e.
doesn't mess with your low end so your guitar retains its fat sound.