I thought the first two numbers signified the week and the last number the year. You can look up Gibson potentiometers by their part number in the Gibson pot index on this site. Return to the Feature Index. This means the guitar was most likely shipped out in early I would suggest checking the solder joints - are they clean? It remained a stamped 9-digit number, but the first 2 digits indicate the year, while the last 7 digits are a production number for all guitars produced that year. These are an invaluable tool for dating vintage Gibson Instruments.
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Though they are one piece of the puzzle and something to consider, don't put too much faith into a pot date.
Potentiometer Codes On Gibson Bass Guitars
Members Registered members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. The remaining 3 or 4 digits are the date code. Or six digits and the letter "A" in