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Can you tell me what model this is and how much it is worth today? —Brian Page Left: The mystery ’70s Gibson Les Paul.

Upper Right: Starting in 1970, Gibson began stamping “Made in USA” on the back of the headstock.

Lower Right: The fourth and fifth numbers of this seven-digit potentiometer date code reveal the last two digits of its year of manufacture. Hi Brian, There’s no question that dating Gibson guitars is challenging—and sometimes downright impossible.

There are two basic components to your Les Paul question: dating it and identifying it.

Remember, your amp is newer than the newest component.

("26" would mean the 26th week or approximately June).There are other methods used to date "Silverface" amps, you will need to get the date codes from your speaker frame, tube chart or pots.Pots and speakers are usually stamped with a 6 or 7 digit code that can be dated as follows: The first 3 are the manufacturers code 137xxx = CTS 304xxx = Stackpole 140xxx = Clarostat 134xxx = Centralab 381xxx = Bourns 106xxx = Allen-Bradley Speaker Manufacturers codes 67xxx = Eminence 117xxx = Credence 137xxx = CTS 220xxx = Jensen 270xxx = Quam 285xxx = Rola 328xxx = Utah 391xxx = Altec/Lansing 433xxx = Cleveland 465xxx = Oxford 649xxx = EV 1098xxx = Pyle The next number(s) is (are) the year.Electronic components such as transformers, potentiometers, speakers, and some capacitors are often stamped with a date code, which indicates the manufacturer and the manufacturing date.The code follows the format: = a number from 1 - 52 indicating the week of manufacture.Stamped on every potentiometer (volume and tone pots) is a six- or seven-digit source code that tells who made the pot, as well as the week and the year.