1 ewkewk 6 months ago I was looking thru all my old guitar paraphernalia and brochures and mailers in trying to ascertain with certainty exactly what the Skinny Chet model was when I noticed an old mailer from Mandolin Brothers. They were offering for sale back around 1992 or so the oldest -- by far -- Super Chet I have ever heard of. Previously, I thought the absolutely earliest Super Chets with the fancier scroll work binding on the headstock dated from December of 1971 and the model itself really was introduced in February of 1972. I happen to own a March of 1972 Super Chet which is suffering from a horrible case of binding rot. Anyways, the Mandolin Brothers Super Chet I am referring to had a serial number of 6 1121, which would be the 121st guitar produced in June of 1971 -- which is 6 months earlier than the previously earliest known example of this guitar. So -- what do you make of that?