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Just email Peavey's Customer Service Department with your serial number and they'll reply with the manufacture year.
They gave me the dates of both my T-40 and my daughter's T-20.
I'm wondering when it was made.it is pre or post 1980?? Does anyone know anything about this guitar and why the name is burned into the front of it.
Thanks Rich The name burned into your T-60 is probably NOT Chip Dale, but instead it's Chip Todd.
Case in point: A question was asked at the Peavey website forum about a serial number date (00763566), our very own michaelcpoulin, and AJ came back with 1982.
So, don't take the list here as gospel._________________Tony ITOC #05-000134 T-60s, T-63, T-15, Generation Standard, Hydra, Mantis LT, Milestone, Mystic, Odyssey, Patriot, Patriot tremolo, Predator, Raptor, Razer, Reactor, 3 Rockmasters, Tracer, Backstage, Bandit, VSS 20, Vypyr 30, Vypyr VIP-1.
They were in order, 6 keys per side, 3 keys per side, and the bass. These would let us know and identify if any of the sales reps "lost" their sample.
At this time they are not able to date instruments and they don't have any idea when (or if) they'll get the capability to do so again._________________Tony ITOC #05-000134 T-60s, T-63, T-15, Generation Standard, Hydra, Mantis LT, Milestone, Mystic, Odyssey, Patriot, Patriot tremolo, Predator, Raptor, Razer, Reactor, 3 Rockmasters, Tracer, Backstage, Bandit, VSS 20, Vypyr 30, Vypyr VIP-1.Your serial # 1A-05016114 still follows the system used throughout the 80s, and apparently into the early 90s.So that prefix indicates an amplifier manufactured in year 1 of the decade.And in the lower right hand corner there was a number and a letter corresponding to the year the prefix indicated.
So, for example, my Bandit 65's serial # is 4A-01900152, so my Bandit 65 was an amp manufactured in year 4 of the 1980s, i.e., 1984.The first digit of the prefix was a number, indicating what year in the decade the piece was manufactured.