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The letter denotes year, starting in 2010 with A, with a 5 digit production number. Alphabet Production Month (A = January to L = December), Next two numbers are Production Year (09-2009. 5 is UV77REMC [2 is FRM1, etc], Next Two numbers is monthly series number.
Post 11/2011 they changed to alpha, 4 numbers, alpha, the first letter being the month, A for January, the last being the year, B for 2011, C for 2012, etc. - The Guitar Dater Project will decode W, S, I and who knows what other prefixes [factory codes].
There is no master list to correlate to a model number, these are consecutive serialized numbers only.
If you're trying to figure out what model something is from the serial number, figure out what year it is then go to the catalog library for the corresponding year [or year before or after] to find the model.
- Cort serial numbers are denoted with a C prefix followed by either 7 or 8 digits.
An 8 digit number example - C03114373 - translates, 03 = 2003, 11 = 11th month [November], 4373 = 4373rd guitar built in November 2003.
Prior to 11/2011 there are 5 digits followed by a letter.
- Guitars built in Japan between these years will have a serial number beginning with F followed by 6 numbers.
F is the production factory which stands for Fujigen.I'm not sure what year the changeover occurred but using the formula it will be easy for you to tell.