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I'm in the Air Force and would love to get stationed in Italy in the future...it's one of the destinations high on my list. I'll try to do my best in supprting and contributing to the forums , in the next days I'll post pictuers of my two Peavey's ..._________________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. Chip hasn't mentioned where they fall in different serial number sequences. CT-1, CT-2, CT-3 - the three prototypes built on his carport2.
I'm playin' mainly hard rock of the '70/'80s , we're a semi-pro band ( classic 4-piece ... I have some far more expensive or "attractive" instruments but , man , it's so true what people they all stress on all forums , once you grabbed one of these old Peavey's , they turn out that they're really "best of the breed" ... undisciplined zero numbered ones with various single digit numbers included in the zeros (built for Chet Atkins, Jerry Reed, Neal Diamond, Billy Gibbons, etc. 8-digits_________________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. I must admit, I'm a bit confused by the serial numbers and dates listed above -- is there a simple way for me to figure the date of my bass from my serial number? Pete_________________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.» Serial number (software)» What are you using for vintage comm receivers? Who is owner of a NFFS Cox Medallion .051 NFFS Special from Bob Beecroft» 57 Chevy Restoration Guide» 1953?
I have a Peavey Predator Guitar Black w/ white face triple pickup serial number 07041573. Peavey Predator Guitar Black w/white face two pick up serial number 08548378.
Peavey Fury 4 Quilted Bass guitar serial number 01050957 Can you date this Peavey Fury 4 Quilted bass guitar from the serial number 01050957 and where manufactured the number is ink printed on the ...
It had the case and all the hardware, except no checklist or fretboard guard (if Specials even came with the fretguard, I don't see the point of them really).
It is (in all likelihood) either a 2003 or 2004 model.
I guess I'm probablty the "far away" member from the others ...
00308019 T-40 bass 79 00307778 T-40 bass 79 00394058 T-60 guitar 79 00395415 T-40 guitar 79 00475915 T-40 bass 80 00515301 T-60 guitar 80 00533530 T-60 guitar 80 00658037 T-60 guitar 82 01036658 T-60 guitar p 4/82? T-60 guitar 83 01370055 T-15 guitar 83 01417571 T-40 bass sff 4/8/83 01422657 T-60 guitar 83 01467995 T-30 guitar 83 01589041 T-20 (bass) 83 01614821 Patriot guitar Hi everybody , I am a T-40 enthusiast ( and also owner of a early '80 Peavey Foundation bass ) and I read about the forum just few minutes ago , and quickly registered I am the proud owner of a T-40 , serial number 01763916 , it should be a '84 one I guess ...
The year 2010 will mark our 45th year in business, and we wish to sincerely thank our customers for their support. Due to the volume of quality products that have been manufactured and sold over time, Peavey gets an ever-increasing number of requests for “born on dates” for older products.
Unfortunately the archive containing this old serial number information has a problem and is currently shut down.
but there's a large military airport not far from my place , an airport called Cameri ... ) , you know , touring pubs and roadhouses where such a kind of music is still enjoyed And the T-40 is simply wonderful , especially when you have to switch from Aerosmith to Iron Maiden back to Deep Purple or Van Halen , always with the same instrument ... 0000000.0 through 00000000, 000000.0.0.0.0.0 (sales rep samples - late 1976 or early 1977).4. 00245XXX (the first true production T-60; presented to Mississippi Music in 1978)6. I never really gave it a second thought as it was always just the bass I had, but I'd be curious to know how to find any info about it.