Chip can reduce the weight of your T-60, give it a beautiful veneer job (front, back, and sides), sculpt the neck joint for better neck access, and customize the electronics, just to name a few things.
Chip is also the designer of the worlds best 25" scale mini-bass.
Most guitar manufacturers put a serial number on each instrument they produce.
This number can be used to date a guitar and in some cases tell where it was made.
Thanks, Burt in Greenville, Mississippi Hey Burt, You’re right—I’m not too familiar with the Peavey T-15, but that’s because it’s one of the less common T-Series guitars produced.
I hear a lot more about Peavey’s T-60 guitar and T-40 bass.
It's no secret that Chip Todd makes some of the best custom guitars in the world!
Chip can create a custom guitar to order, or he can improve your T-60 (or other guitar) in both looks and performance. Chip's prices are excellent, and the craftsmanship is superb.
This particular guitar is a Peavey Generation with Chip's custom heel joint.
I thought it would be easy to identify from the serial number, but this doesn't seem to be the case for Peavey's made outside the usa. Any more information you can provide on this instrument would be both interesting and very much appreciated. Pictures might help, but Peavey change the specs of their instruments so regularly it would be difficult to get exact information on any of the more recent ones. If the wings on the body are a darker wood then it's probably Imbuya (brazailian walnut), with a 5 piece maple and mahogany neck.
Essentially I'd really like to know what year it was born and a rough idea of how much it's worth so I'm not ripping myself or anyone else off. They have changed the bridges a lot as well, I have one with individual bridge saddles, and a very recent one with a gigantic black chunk of metal for a bridge.
Unfortunately the archive containing this old serial number information has a problem and is currently shut down.
For this reason, we are currently unable to respond to these requests.