the 1975 model features mother-of-pearl inlays and the "M" in the Ome Logo is more subdued. **These variations are not necessarily vintage specific as I've seen at least one 1974 Rosewood model (#895) with MOP and the subdued "M", but that example may reflect the factory pairing of a newer neck to an older stamped rim??
Monday, June 29, 2015 @9:57:09 PM
Also notice the placement of the "OME" logo on the peghead itself. The earlier, the serial number, the higher up towards the top.
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