There were hardware differences as well. There were a few specials, like the Magnolia wood T bass for Ken Achard, author of "The History and Development of the American Guitar" with rear mounted pickups and controlsthat were made, with Hartley's blessing, off the records and with their initials for serial numbers. Even though it was fairly ubiquitous in its time, the T was actually a relatively short-lived model from Peavey. The Fury moniker would be resurrected inon an instrument that resembled a Fender Precision Bass. The T, designed by luthier Mike Powers, got Peavey deeper into the bass business in a more impressive manner, by offering several new innovations. Toys For Tots and Psychedelic Dreams.
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Serial number dating
Buying a new guitar is a considerable investment for most of us. By the latter part ofthe T was gone… or was t? The mandolin originated in the Middle East as a bowl-back instrument. Here is some serial number related info that Chip had posted on the original T forum quite some time ago. They can't date imported Peavey's. Can someone tell me how I decipher the year my Peavey T was made, via the serial number?