#1
does a Jackson RR5 have a serial number anywhere on it? the reason I ask is because I know someone selling one but it doesn't have a serial number or made in USA on their is supposed to?
#2
I used to have a Jackson RR3 and I think it had a serial number on the back of the headstock.
#4
RR5's are made in Japan. The RR1 is made in the USA. Check the back of the headstock or under the 22nd fret. It should be in either one of those spots.
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#5
^ yeah i'm guessing it should have a serial number somewhere. the bolt-on pros (also mij) have it on the neckplate, though obviously a neck-thru like the rr5 won't have a neckplate.
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