Originally Posted by xxx The majority of the serials I have seen are this 7 digit serial type. In response to the monumental demand for Jacksons, and with an eye toward making them affordable to virtually any working professional guitarist, Jackson has introduced a standardized line of guitars. Yeah, that does look like a made in India number. Serial numbers for the MIK JS20s are 7 digits long and start with the number 1 there is some speculation that they might also start with a 0, but I have not seen a 7 digit serial number starting with 0 as of yetproduction ended in when the Jackson MIK production ended. The models in the chart below, can be found in more than one guitar catalogue, so be sure to check out all Jackson catalogues from thruto get the full picture. Hollywood, pretty sure that's a DX10D.
From the Jackson catalog, page
Japan Made Jackson Guitars
The list covers the period from thru and info is added continuously. After or where is Posted by Kahler Model their facility locations. Jackson guitarit has h pick guard on U. The serial numbers for those late JS30xx guitars appeared to follow the 9 digit MII Made in India serial scheme xxxxx we saw until when they added a 10th digit. Below is a summarized chart I put together, making it easy to spot the Pro's and compare them to the other models.