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GA-19RVT Falcon: 3-6EU7, 7199, 2-6V6, 5Y3GA-77RET/RETL Vanguard: 3-6EU7, 2-12AU7, 6CG7 (6FQ7), 2-6L6, 0A2 GA-75 Recording: 2-6EU7, 6CG7 (6FQ7), 6C4, 2-6L6 GA-25RVT Hawk (Dated Oct '63 - only one tone-control): 4-6EU7, 12AU7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 GA-25RVT Hawk: 2-6EU7, 3-12AU7 (5814), 2-7591 GA-17RVT Scout: 2-6EU7, 12AX7, 2-6AQ5, 6CA4 (correspond to Epiphone EA-33RVT Galaxie)Titan: 3-6EU7, 2-12AU7, 6FQ7, 4-6L6, 0A2 (12AU7 splitter, 6FQ7 driver) Mercury: 6EU7 splitter, 6FQ7 driver and 2-6L6 output Titan I, III, V and Medalist: 3-6EU7, 2-12AU7, 6FQ7, 4-6L6, 0A2 (correspond to Epiphone EA-500T) Mercury I, II and Medalist (sloping sides): 2-6EU7, 6C4 and 1/2-6EU7 tremolo, 1/2-6EU7 splitter, 6FQ7 driver and 2-6L6 output, 0A2 Courtesy of James Black.

Guitardater doesn't recognize the serial# system Epiphone is using since mid 2008 ! Chinese made guitars with F 31xxxx like the "1959" model or the 1960/2010 tribute models don't work either, or are falsely rated as Fuji Gen, Japan made instuments. of your 1993 or most later models Epiphone either: 1.

FACTORY LETTER CODES For Epiphone serial numbers that begin with a letter(s), this list identifies the factory (& country) where produced: B Bohêmia Musico-Delicia (Czech Republic) BW ____?

____ (China) DW Dae Won (China) EA Qing Dao (China) = Epiphone Acoustic ED is from their Epiphone Dongbei factory. EE Qing Dao (China) = Epiphone Electric F Fujigen (Japan) = Elite/Elitist models F/FN Fine Guitars (Korea) = non-Elite/Elitist models GG (two identified -- Epiphone says it has no record of using GG -- may have slipped through system or are 3rds) I Saein (Korea) J Indonesia (Jakarta ?

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"Women produced nearly 25,000 guitars during World War II yet Gibson denied ever building instruments over this period," according to a 2013 history of the company.

*) AC/DC version was available, sometimes known as EH-110. **) AC/DC version was available, sometimes known as EH-160 (one sample can be found in Aspen Pittman's book, 3-6C5, 4-26B6, 4-25Z5). ***) AC/DC version, known as EH-195 was also available GA-77 Vanguard: 12AY7, 12AX7, 12AU7, 2-6L6, 5V4 GA-70: 12AX7, 12AY7, 12AU7, 2-6L6, 5V4 GA-55: 2-12AY7, 6SC7, 2-6L6, 5V4 GA-45 Maestro: 2-5879, 6SQ7, 12AX7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 (essentially a GA-40 with bass & treble tone controls and different speaker configuration)GA-40 Les Paul: 2-5879, 12AX7, 6SQ7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 GA-30 Invader: 2-12AX7, 12AU7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 GA-20: 4-12AX7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 (correspond to Epiphone EA-25 Century) GA-20T: 5879, 12AY7, 12AX7, 6SQ7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 (correspond to Epiphone EA-25T Century) GA-15: 12AX7, 6SL7, 2-6V6, 5Y3GA-9: 6SJ7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 GA-8 Gibsonette: 12AX7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 GA-8T Gibsonette/Discoverer: 12AX7, 2-6BM8, 5Y3 GA-6: 12AY7, 6SL7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 GA-6 Lancer: 2-12AX7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 (identical to GA-14 Titan except for 12" speaker) GA-5 Skylark: 12AX7, 6V6, 5Y3GA-400 Super-400: 3-12AX7, 12AY7, 2-6BJ8, 2-6SK7, 6V6, 2-6550, GZ34 GA-200 Rhythm King: 2-12AX7, 12AY7, 2-6BJ8, 2-6SK7, 6V6, 2-6550, GZ34 GA-46T: 3-12AX7, 2-5879, 6SN7, 6V6, 2-6550, 5AR4 GA-85: 2-12AX7, 2-5881, 5V6, 5V4GA-100 Bass: 6EU7, 2-6BD6, 2-6FM8, 2-6L6, GZ34, 0A2 (correspond to Epiphone EA-70 Bass-Amp) GA-86 Ensemble: 2-12AX7, 2-5881, 6V6, GZ34 GA-80 Vari-Tone: 2-12AX7, 2-5879, 2-6L6, GZ34 GA-16T Viscount: 2-12AX7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 GA-14 Titan: 2-12AX7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 (identical to GA-6 Lancer except for 10" speaker, and Epiphone EA-30 Triumph)GA-83S Stereo-Vib: 4-12AX7, 12AU7, 3-6CG7, 4-6BQ5, GZ34 GA-88S Stereo-Twin: 3-12AX7, 4-6BQ5, GZ34 GA-87 Maestro Stereo: 3-12AX7, 4-6BQ5, GZ34 GA-78 & 79: 4-6EU7, 4-6BQ6 GA-79RVT Multi-Purpose: 3-6EU7, 7199, 12AU7, 4-6BQ5 GA-78RV Maestro 30: 3-6EU7, 7199, 12AU7, 4-6BQ5GA-1RT: 12AX7, 6BM8, 5Y3 GA-1RVT: 6EU7, 7199, 6BM8, 5Y3 (Aka Maestro M-1RVT) GA-2RT: 4-6EU7, 12AU7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 GA-77RV Vanguard: 3-6EU7, 1-12AU7, 2-6L6GC, 1-GZ34 (5AR4) GA-30RV Invader: 3-6EU7, 12AU7A, 2-6V6, 5Y3 GA-15RV: 3-6EU7, 12AU7, 2-6V6, 5Y3 GA-19RVT: 3-6EU7, 7199, 2-6V6, 5Y3GA-40T Les Paul: 3-6EU7, 12AU7, 2-7591, 5AR4 GA-60 Hercules: 2-6EU7, 2-7591, 5AR4 (correspond to Epiphone EA-65 Rivoli) GA-18T Explorer: 2-6EU7, 2-6BQ5, 6CA4 GA-8 Discoverer: 6EU7, 6C4, 2-6BQ5, 6CA4 (correspond to Epiphone EA-35 Devon) GA-8T Discoverer: 2-6EU7, 2-6BQ5, 6CA4 (correspond to Epiphone EA-35T Devon) GA-5 Skylark: 6EU7, 6C4, 2-6AQ5, 6X4 (correspond to Epiphone EA-50 Pacemaker) GA-5T Skylark: 2-6EU7, 2-6AQ5, 6X4 (correspond to Epiphone EA-50T Pacemaker) Courtesy of Allan Fredrickson.

GA-77RVT Vanguard: 4-6EU7, 12AU7, 7199, 2-6L6 GA-30RVT Invader: 4-6EU7, 12AU7, 2-7591, 5AR4 (most likely corresponding to Epiphone EA-12RVT Futura) GA-30RVT Invader: 4-6EU7, 2-12AU7, 2-7591, 0A2 GA-19RVT Falcon: 3-6EU7, 6C4, 2-6V6, 5Y3 (both brown and late black models correspond to Maestro M-216RVT and Epiphone EA-28RVT Pathfinder) Courtesy of Matt Lafferty and Jonathan Horne.

where made -- the factory code #s identified so far are shown in red print below RRRRR = remaining digits = ranking number -- example 08121520333 was made in December 2008, factory 15, 2 unknown significance, 0333 unit produced [NOTE - pre 1993-94 productions also frequently omitted factory letter codes and appeared as all numbers e.g.

023849354 -- these are Asian made (Korea, Japan, Indonesia) but again the exact factory origin is not usually available from guitardater project or other sources.] FYYMMRRRR F = factory code (this can be 2 letters as well) YY = year of manufacture (this can also be just 1 digit for '90s models) MM = month of manufacture R = ranking number (may be more or less digits, not necessarily indicative of total units produced) Example - S02021234 was made in Feb. Another code used on some current Epiphone models FYYMRRRR F = factory code YY = year of manufacture M = This will be a letter code corresponding to the month (A=January, B=February, etc...).