Re: JEM 777 DY Serial
Well, I would normal think since DY production went from 87-96, you'd se 87xxxx - 96xxxx, but it seems there was a change in 93.
This quote from Rich's ibanez site about JEM serial numbers says: "Where things go astray is when the Jem line went to AANJ in 93'. This is where you start seeing consecutive numbered plates on the remaining regular joint models that no longer indicate year. 160225 was a very odd plate number I came across on a Jem. Most that I'm aware of are what I call 250k plates [25****] and current 2003' FP15th's have 260K plates [26****] meaning there have been over 10,000 Jem's made since they deviated from the serial plate numbering."
But, I read that as 260K plate, and a 2003 model? So that would be strange.