Fender Classic Moments This book is about the unique relationship that exists between performer, instrument and audience, and celebrates in photos occasions when the three come together to create an unforgettable Fender Classic Moment.
Obviously, no one out there will be able to say, "Yeah, Mike! " But what I am wondering is if the serial number reveals if it was indeed one of the last M20s to be made in RI -- if that is self-evident in the numbers.See the explanation below: 1107064001 First digit indicates where it was made.(1 = El Cajon, California, USA; 2 = Tecate, Baja California, Mexico) 1107064001 2nd & 7th digits indicate the two-digit year - '14 (2014) 1107064001 3rd & 4th digits indicate the two-digit month - 07 (July) 1107064001 5th & 6th digits indicate the day - 06 (the 6th) 1107064001 Last three numbers indicate the guitar's position in that day's production sequence.Anyway, here's my Guild story: In 2000-2001, I purchased a beautiful Guild M20 (like the F20, but with a Mahogany top), which was ordered for me by my local music store.I was interested in it because of my love of Nick Drake's guitar tone who (may have) played an M20 (people debate it, though). The tag inside reveals that the guitar was made in Westerly, RI, serial # FA101022.