I went over to the T-60 site and copied the serial number dating list that they have to hopefully help everyone here with their T-40 dates.
Since the T-60 guitars were manufactured at the same time as the basses, the serial numbers are similar and were not separated between guitar and bass, just as they were produced. 8Mxxxxxx 1978 0000xxxx - 0030xxxx 1978 0031xxxx - 0047xxxx 1979 0048xxxx - 0065xxxx 1980 0066xxxx - 0099xxxx 1981 0100xxxx - 0129xxxx 1982 0130xxxx - 0169xxxx 1983 0170xxxx - 0199xxxx 1984 0200xxxx - 0239xxxx 1985 0240xxxx - 0259xxxx 1986 0260xxxx - 0339xxxx 1987It must be noted that there are some rare 6 digit serial numbers that are out there that do date to 1978, however there is no way to know if they pre-date the 8M, 00 or are mixed in there as well.
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The Solo Series Bandit 112 was manufactured after the Bandit 75, beginning in 1988, continuing to 1995.
In my limited experience, a teal stripe such as yours would date from 1990 on.
In the decade of the '80s, serial numbers were made up of a 2 digit prefix and an 8 digit serial # following that.
The prefix indicated the year of manufacture, followed by 8 digits in the rest of the serial number, which was the pattern.
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.
Also, that number in the lower right hand corner, "91B," corresponds with a 1991 date.
I pulled my old Peavey T-60 out of the basement..never played it much. is 00420080 Related News Peavey Classic 30/112 Guitar Amp Just purchased a T-60 from a fella and the serial number is: 00291372, it also has a name burned into the front of the guitar above the fretboard which is: Chip Dale.
Here is some serial number related info that Chip had posted on the original T-60 forum quite some time ago. During the last few years, I have received more than a few T-60s that were the very first ones made on the gunstock carving machine and the Ekstrom-Carlson router, before production was even in sight. 5 or 6.(1976) Hand-stamped Then 0000000.0 through .00000000, 000000.0.0, and 00000.0.0.0 and these were the sales rep samples.