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What does the triangle F5? under the serial number mean?

Fret To Be Tied

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This is on the headstock of a 1979 The Paul? Any cause for concern? TIA
 

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brandtkronholm

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If I’m not mistaken, that triangle is the A in the phrase “MADE IN U. S. A.”

It could also be the triangle of the Free Masons and the guitar could have some association with the Illuminati. It’s hard to know.

But it’s definitely the A from “MADE IN U. S. A.”.
You should have no concerns whatsoever.
 

Fret To Be Tied

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Thanks a million for the reply. I was wondering if it was indicating the guitar was a second (if that's the correct term for imperfection).
 
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