Serial numbers for Ovation guitars typically appear on paper labels inside the body of the guitar visible through each instrument's sound hole. The labels are small and rectangular. They also often contain the model of t... 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 »

Serial numbers appear in different places on different makes and models of vintage guitars; they might be found inside the sound hole, on the back of the headstock or on the bridge plate, among other places. Serial numbe... More »

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Gibson stamps serial numbers on all its guitars on the back of the instrument's headstock. The number is printed perpendicular to the instrument's neck on guitars with "book" headstocks such as the SG and Les Paul. The s... More »

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Serial numbers appear in different places on different makes and models of vintage guitars; they might be found inside the sound hole, on the back of the headstock or on the bridge plate, among other places. Serial numbe... More »

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Washburn guitar serial numbers are located on the back of the headstock on electric guitars and in the sound hole on acoustic guitars. In most Washburn guitars, the first two digits of the serial number indicate the year... More »

Values for guitars are available from secondary guitar marketplaces, such as Reverb and Vintage City Guitars, and value guides, such as the Blue Book of Guitar Values. The Blue Book guide requires the purchase of a book,... More »