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Tthe serial number dating is wrong or someone inserted custom on the neck and the former is probably true.If it is a Telecaster Custom (sure doesn't look like a Standard) its in the higher price ranges that I gave you.Take it to a Guitar Appraiser and have it looked at as this could mean thousands to you....

Your Telecaster Custom was made at the Fullerton Plant in California (CBS Era) between the years of 1973 - 1974.

It is valued at; Mint 98%: ,750.00 USD Exc+ 95%: ,200.00 USD Exc.

90%: ,700.00 USD VG+ 80%: ,400.00 USD VG 70%: ,100.00 USD Good 60%: ,800.00 USD Note: The Telecaster Custom was made between 19, yours per the serial number indicates 1973. The Custom is worth considerably more than the Standard Telecaster with a high at ,000.00 and a low at ,000.00 USD....

Hope this helps and that you're smiling, kcbuck Well then two options here....

It is valued at; Mint 98%: ,000.00 USD Exc+ 95%: ,000.00 USD Exc 90%: ,500.00 USD VG+ 80%: ,500.00 USD VG 70%: ,000.00 USD Good 60%: ,000.00 USD Hope this made your day, kcbuck Just based upon the limited pictures to indicate condition I would say it's in Excellent condition and would set a price at ,000.00 USD, so adjust the asking price to ,000.00 USD and let the guy/gal dicker you down to ,000.00 USD....

The serial number is 880509595 and it's located on a stick-on strip on the back of the headstock.

The front of the headstock has "Epiphone by Gibson" at the top and the Epiphone logo at the bottom. ______________________________________________________________________ looking at the epiphone forum the serial numbers seem to run similar to gibsons, if they begin with a letter then this denotes the factory/country of origin, yours has no letter so yours according to Epi forum was made in 88(1988) 05(may 5th month) 09595(9,595th guitar made). Hi, I have such an Epiphone, serial number begining with 88 and I cannot find when it was made either!

Best of Luck, kcbuck Hi to all of my fender gear heads... the fender guitari have is a bullet not a telecaster. Raul Ponce I have no idea what you are talking about, if it's not a 1965 Telecaster, it's not worth what I previously told you it was. After this they were brought back but were titled Squire by Fender and they are valued at 5.00 USD to 5.00 USD depending upon condition and model type....

I own a 1965 USA FENDER BULLET DOUBLE LINE KLUSON DELUXE RED. The serial is # 101834 no F or E someone told me that femndwr would use leftover parts from the 60's on my 1981 fender bullet. If it's a 1981 Bullet it's worth between 5.00 USD (V. I am still not sure of what guitars you have so I can't be of much help with all this uncertainty.

BODY HEEL SERIAL MATCHES NECKS SERIAL IN THE 100000's I haven't seen one in the internet yet.. Sorry Bud, kcbuck By entering this site you declare you read and agreed to its Terms, Rules & Privacy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.

the pickup guard and the bridge are one piece made out of metal. Your Telecaster was made at the Fullerton Plant in California in 1965.