Shure serial number dating

How do you tell the date of a speaker by looking at the serial number? Got a guy here saying he has 2 year old Y115's and I think something don't add up.

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Perhaps by helping me locate where the serial number is and to point me in the direction of a collector or dealer so I can have this appraised for insurance.

I have put this site together at the request of friends, and many people who have contacted me for information, advice, or just to get an opinion about harp mics in general over the past few years.

If you do not wish to have your serial number published please let me know but I can still ad it to the database since so few CYC’s exist, if we are to find a date code buried in the serial numbers we need as many as possible. Double Gusset with curved brake bridge original red paint and decals. Takagi MX cranks stamped T7-51 ) # 001375 (1977 Stormer – This bike has a clear date code stamped into it of 09-17-77) # 002454 (1977 Stormer MX – Chrome frame with no decals. Curved brake bridge.) # 010217 (1978 Stormer MXR – Original paint (blue) and decals. Curved brake bridge, Double non stamped gusset) # 011293 (Year Unknown- Double Gusset, Curved brake bridge.

However I’d like to begin a data base of bikes and their serial numbers. If nothing else this will act like a registry of bikes. Ashtabula cranks stamped 77) # 001333 (1977 Stormer MXR – This bike has a date code stamped into it of 09-06-77. It has the double gusset, curved brake bridge, and lightning decal on downtube) # 018981 (1978?

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You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.What he did leave behind for me (other than a life long love of playing music) is a beautiful 8 string Fender Lap Steel. It's in wonderful shape and stored in the case with the three matching legs. I can't locate the serial number (only a PAT # on the tuning keys) Can you help??? Fender did the work, and it shows, because there’s pure tonal magic in each American Vintage instrument.In the late 1960's through to the mid 1980"s my father was the owner of Musicland situated at 708 Main Street in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.It's here to share the information that I have gathered over many years of collecting and researching harmonica mics, and looking for ways to get the tone that we're all looking for by using different mic's, amp's, and other gadgets.

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