Discussion in 'Guitars' started by Roger Ciszon, Apr 12, 2019.
History of Serial Number
Happy new serial number day.
Am I missing something?
http://www.aguitarforum.com/threads/the-history-of-the-agile-al-the-first-four-years.84840/ This or email kurt all he can tell you is when he got it and sold it.
not necessarily. I asked about my semi-custom AL3200 and he could provide no info.
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I voted for both Rusty and Rusty. Only because Rusty Shackleford wasn't an option.
Hey, how did you know my name? Do I know you?
The poll makes no sense. Everyone knows that there are four choices when it comes to Rusty.
Agile serial numbers though the years have been all over the place but based on the serial numbers, style and the location on the back of the headstock of some of the ones I have, I'd say whatever guitar it is that you posted is between two and three years old. I bought an AD-2200 Reissue in May of 2017 with #A1611728...
my AL3100 beginning with 16 was Viet made and sold in 2016 but as it wasn't korean wasn't sure about including it. And Rusty #5
#9 (sort of):
I would vote for the more formal "Russell Thomas."
This new guy is going to realize soon enough that none of us here actually have real lives...
If you're going to talk Rusty, might as well go old school. For the youngsters, should probably explain. Rusty, the son, on The Danny Thomas Show.
This one is sorta old skool. And has a Canadian flavour.
Rusty the Rooster.
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