#1
On my phone so excuse the photo attachment. It's a Kelly. I know know that much.

Appears to be no serial number after a brief inspection.

http://i1036.photobucket.com/albums/a445/ckmartell/Mobile%20Uploads/Snapchat-3188596890922474419_zpsxikq37ej.jpg
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#2
Well that's not much to go on. It is not a KE3 from the mid 2000s as they only have a single volume knob.

I suggest you scour the archived catalogs on Jackson's support site and see if you can find a match.

Or get more pictures and a serial number. Pictures of the bridge will help narrow down some decades.
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#3
It's an original Floyd as far as I can tell.

I'll take some pics when I get home. Would the serial be in the trem cavity? There's no cavities for active pups so those SDs are stock.
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#4
Is it bolt on or neck through. I'm inclined to say that's a KE5FR from the paintjob.
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#6
From the evidence, KE5FR seems to be the best bet. It's the top Kelly model of the Japanese line for the last few years of Japanese Jackson production, and (here in the UK at least) sold for nearly twice the price of the bolt-on KE3.

Generally neck-through Jacksons have the serial number stamped on the end of the fretboard just past the 24th fret. I've seen at least one photo of a KE5FR where the serial number is just about visible there.