A Jackson guitar is dated by cross-referencing the serial number with the product dating reference chart. The serial number is generally found on the neck plate on bolt-on neck models and on the fingerboard of the last f... More »

A Peavey guitar serial number is a unique number that identifies each individual guitar manufactured at the Peavey factory. The serial number usually appears on the back of the headstock of the guitar. More »

The exact location of the serial number on a guitar varies between manufacturers as well as within models and years of product. Many guitars have etchings of the serial numbers on the headstock or neck plate, while other... More »

The exact location of the serial number on a guitar varies between manufacturers as well as within models and years of product. Many guitars have etchings of the serial numbers on the headstock or neck plate, while other... More »

To tune a guitar to standard tuning, you need to first tune the sixth string, also known as the low E string, using a reference tone. Once the low E is tuned, you can use the tone from this string to properly tune subseq... More »

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Standard guitar tuning is done by tuning each guitar string to its reference note and then making sure the strings are in tune with one another. To tune a guitar accurately, you need a set of tuning pipes or a piano. More »

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Guitarists use guitar note charts to know the names of the notes on each string, to understand the formation of chords and to read guitar tablature. Chord charts and tablature are two different but closely related ways t... More »

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