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Yup. It's an Indian-made JS.
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T00DEEPBLUE BTW, do you know anything about their serial number meaning? Except that two first digits - year.

I believe this was during the time when Jackson's model numbers followed little rhyme or reason and little information could be gained from reading it.

The way to gain the most information about the guitar might actually be taking the neck off and looking at any stamps that might exist on the body and the neck. It might not just give the year, but the month in which they were constructed. Which with the serial number alone, cannot be determined very accurately.

At least this was the case with the MIJ Jacksons that were being produced back in around 2008.
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N for India
J for Jackson
H for Harmony, the company that made it.
08 for 2008 as you said. The rest is just the guitar number at the plant.

The standard format is NJH, not sure why that one has it all backward or what the L stands for.