Before the later 1970’s Fender never expected the guitars to be collectable or for serial numbers to be important.
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Leo Fender never intended for his guitars to become collectors items.Fender serial numbers were assigned like this: As you can see from this over-simplified example, serial number assignment was fairly random. The only truly definitive way to date a pre-CBS fender is to look at all the dates on the instrument (body date, neck date, pot dates).Relationship app Hinge has released data from an in-depth study that pinpoints exactly what “type” of profile picture will get them the most likes.“Since Hinge profiles are designed to show off our Members’ personalities, we want to help them put their best foot forward with their photos,” says Hinge spokesperson Jean-Marie Mc Grath.“Now we can tell them which photos they should share and which they should probably keep to themselves” Things such as wearing sunglasses, adding a Snapchat filter and posing with someone who could be confused for a partner are all bad ideas when it comes to photo selection.Data scientists created an algorithm targeting 35 specific photo tags (such as whether your hair is up or down, or if you’re showing teeth or not) throughout a random selection of profile pictures.