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A black JS20 (serial number 65002013) was my first electric guitar and my first Jackson, purchased new in 1996.The JS20 was initially made in Taiwan (MIT), India (MII), Korea (MIK) and Japan (MIJ).

In a very confusing manner, the new series was called the called the JS30xx series, which is not the same as the JS30 guitar made between 20.Serial numbers for the MIT JS20s are 8 digits long and the first digit probably denotes the year.No serial numbers are known except ones leading with a 6, so it is likely production of Jackson guitars in Taiwan started and ended in 1996.Some new "No Series" name MIJ guitars for 1996 (like the SDK-2, the Stealth EX, etc) received 6 digit serial numbers during this transition period while the Professional series was ended (there also are some Professionals that received 7 digit new format serial numbers and some new "No Series" guitars that received the new 7 digit serial number sequence [96] in their 6 digit serial numbers, so anything is possible during this transition in early 1996).The less expensive MIJ Concept series (produced Christmas 1993 to 1994) moved production to Korea in 1995 and became the Performer series.

In a very confusing manner, the new series was called the called the JS30xx series, which is not the same as the JS30 guitar made between 20.Serial numbers for the MIT JS20s are 8 digits long and the first digit probably denotes the year.No serial numbers are known except ones leading with a 6, so it is likely production of Jackson guitars in Taiwan started and ended in 1996.Some new "No Series" name MIJ guitars for 1996 (like the SDK-2, the Stealth EX, etc) received 6 digit serial numbers during this transition period while the Professional series was ended (there also are some Professionals that received 7 digit new format serial numbers and some new "No Series" guitars that received the new 7 digit serial number sequence [96] in their 6 digit serial numbers, so anything is possible during this transition in early 1996).The less expensive MIJ Concept series (produced Christmas 1993 to 1994) moved production to Korea in 1995 and became the Performer series.I suspect the move of the X series from Korea to Japan is why the MIK JS20s end in 1998 and MIJ JS20s appear to start in 1999 [speculation warning].