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Clarity of Jargon

 
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Peter Mac
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 11, 2014 9:37 pm    Post subject: Clarity of Jargon Reply with quote

Hi all,

This post is primarily to do with Tokai 1978 to 1980 guitars.
I am suggesting that we use a different term when referring to Model Numbers.
As nearly all stamps are made using ink, I thought referring to the serial numbers and Model numbers on the fretboard be referred to as 'pressed'.

It might be me, but I find myself re-reading some posts in an effort to follow the number of different stamps we are discussing.
I am hoping this suggestion may apply a little more clarity.

Peter Mac
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felixcatus
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 12, 2014 4:21 am    Post subject: Re: Clarity of Jargon Reply with quote

Peter Mac wrote:
Hi all,

This post is primarily to do with Tokai 1978 to 1980 guitars.
I am suggesting that we use a different term when referring to Model Numbers.
As nearly all stamps are made using ink, I thought referring to the serial numbers and Model numbers on the fretboard be referred to as 'pressed'.

It might be me, but I find myself re-reading some posts in an effort to follow the number of different stamps we are discussing.
I am hoping this suggestion may apply a little more clarity.

Peter Mac


To me, your suggestion seems even more confusing and unclear than the current used terminology and descriptions.
But maybe it's because English is not my native language.

Could you please explain further?
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