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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.

(late 1976 or early 1977)There were some undisciplined zero-numbered ones with various single digit numbers included in the zeros, which went to artists like, Chet Atkins, Jerry Reed, Neal Diamond, Billy Gibbons, etc.( 1977)I remember the "8Mxxxxxx"s, but am not sure where they were in the order, only that they weren't before the above and the #00245XXX which was the true first production guitar and was presented to Mississippi Music in Meridian, MS, (the store that Hartley's dad owned before retiring).

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hand-stamped Charley Gressett, his wife, my wife, and I went to see Neal Diamond years later, in California, when we worked for Fender, and were appalled that he had red, white, and blue, NEON TUBES outlining the T-60 that he played when singing "Coming To America", (or something like that).

That was probably his 000000XX."That's all I know about that"..... Gump Chip It's humorous to read the word,"Vintage" after almost any guitar that's a decade or more old. There are two T-60s on ebay now that have an 8Mxxxxxx E serial number.

The Schmidt Serial Numbering head didn't have the capability of letters, only numbers, so there would have been only a very few with the 8Mxxxxxx.

There were a few specials, like the Magnolia wood T-40 bass for Ken Achard, author of "The History and Development of the American Guitar" (with rear mounted pickups and controls), that were made, with Hartley's blessing, off the records and with their initials for serial numbers.

Got a chance to buy one of these but I've never heard one. I've heard these are sterile with no bottom end and need endless mods and to make them worth it.

Don't want to waste time looking if it's not considered good. It's 275.00 so there's a little room for improvements and I have a spare Hellatone 60L lying around. 0 seems worth it, although I do not presume to know the value of gear in your location. Lots of power in those little amps, good tube drive, reverb is decent, fx loop, dual channel, built solid (at least the older tweed ones were.

FYI - Peavey's serial number database suffered a crash a few weeks back.

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.

I do like the part about "rare", meaning we must have not made too many mistakes or they wouldn't be "rare"Chip_________________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?

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