Jupiter Musical Instruments
Year Model Number Sequence Serial Number Sequence
1986 Begins with the letter "S" Begins with the number 5
1987 Begins with the letter "S" Begins with the number 6
1988 Begins with the letter "S" Begins with the number 7
1989 Begins with the letter "S" Begins with the number 8
1990 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the number 9
1991 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the number 0
1992 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the number 1
1993 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the number 2
1994 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the number 3
1995 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the number 4
1996 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the number 5
1997 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the number 6
1998 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the number 7
1999 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the letter A
2000 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the letter B
2001 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the letter C
2002 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the letter D
2003 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the letter E
2004 Begins with the letter "J" Begins with the letter F
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Model Numbers
Understanding Jupiter product codes
All Jupiter instruments work on a simple coding system
3 Letters, 3 numbers then a suffix.
1st letter of code:
J = Jupiter
2nd letter of code:
TR = Trumpet
CR = Cornet
FH = Flugel Horn
HR = French Horn
SL = Trombone (slide)
VL = Valve Trombone
AL = Alto Horn in the UK called Tenor Horn
BR = Baritone Horn
EP = Euphonium
CB = Concert Bass (Tuba)
PC = Piccolo
FL = Flute
AF = Alto Flute
BF = Bass Flute
PS = Soprano Saxophone (Piccolo Saxophone)
AS = Alto Saxophone
TS = Tenor Saxophone
BS = Baritone Saxophone
CL = Clarinet
Numbering system:
The numbering system in general terms the higher the number the more advanced the instrument
eg: JAS-567GL is the basic student Alto Saxophone, JAS-767GL is the higher specification instrument.
Suffix:
L = Lacquer
S = Silver plate
N = Nickel plate
GL = Gold Lacquer
BL = Black
RL = Rose Brass bell Lacquer
E = Split E only Flute codes