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So I'm currently talking to a local guy about buying a pristine Warwick FNA for $800. It's a sexy red color with a nice flamed maple top, swamp ash body and wenge neck. Mmmmm...

Anyway, I asked him what the serial number was and he gave me this: D-046982-98

I'm mainly wondering what year it was made, and I'm assuming that the 98 at the end means that it was made in 1998?
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#3
Ah, thanks alot!

Is that for your custom?
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Quote by dullsilver_mike
The resonant frequency of the clitoris is too low for the guitar players to take care of.


Quote by jackers1234
you sir, have just won for this statement. =D


Young Knees
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Quote by Deliriumbassist
Yes.

Warwick have a serial number input on their site which brings up details of the actual bass. Unfortunately it doesn't have the FNA in question's details as it:

a) is from before 2000
b) hasn't been registered.


Also, I'm pretty sure if you email them they'll check it for you personally.