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I have a Samick guitar. Serial# SI00105146. What was the year it was made? Value?


I'm fairly sure it was made in 1900 (It was the 105,146th guitar to be made and possibly made in Indonesia)
Unfortuantly I don't know the worth, but with the information given I'm sure you could find out with some research.

Sources:
http://samick.wikia.com/wiki/Serial_Numbers
http://acousticmusic.org/research/guitar-information/identifying-vintage-guitars-banjos-mandolins/

Jun 06, 2017 | The Music

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Im trying to find out about a guitar that we have the best we can tell the serial number is EB125T0 it is very hard to read does this sound like a legitimate number for a Gibson Guitar


I beleive you are mis-reading the model number rather than the serial number. I beleive what you are meaning to say is ES125TD, which is a Gibson model. The serial number will either be written on the label you saw this number on or on the rear of the headstock. If you email pics and whatever other info you have to service@gibson.com they can identify it for you.

Oct 20, 2014 | Gibson Music

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Gibson lookup serial number0026900328 gibson guitar is this real


Have you checked the serial number? I tried it on this site with this result. Serial number unrecognized
The site does have other things that you can check.
Second link shows how to identify a fake.

The Guitar Dater Project Gibson Serial Number Decoder Guide To Spotting Counterfeit Gibson Fender and Ibanez Guitars Sam Ash...

Aug 03, 2014 | Gibson Music

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Mod FG-180


It would help if you had identified the guitar maker and location of the serial number. I assume it's a Yamaha, but the serial number doesn't coincide with any of the typical systems they used. The first two numbers could be the year of manufacture, but the earliest Yamaha I could find was 1966, so you may want to go direct to Yamaha and ask if they recognize the number based on the model number.Yamaha Corporation of America
6600 Orangethorpe Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620
(714) 522-9011 Email Inquires:infostation@yamaha.com

Jun 18, 2014 | Music

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Cy081206559


Since the picture shows a saxophone, it's kinda hard to tell what kind of guitar it is...but there are a couple of things to check.

Sometimes, if you use a flashlight and can look inside the box you will see a manufacturers mark or sticker which will identify it. Sometimes there will be a mark or sticker on the neck. Also, any professional guitarist familiar with Fenders should know specifically where the fender identifying marks are. Finally, any good music instrument store ought to be able to clearly identify it and tell you what its worth.


Above all, if you are able to identify it as a Fender, get two or three appraisals. Fenders have a way of appreciating in value so don't sell it until you know what you've got and what it's really worth.

May 14, 2014 | Fender Music

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My guitar was playing fine yesterday but when i plugged it in after my friend's bass guitar was using the same amp, my guitar got this feedback from the amp. I cant stop it and it's very problematic.


First of all I suggest that you try your guitar through another amp you know works without the feedback. There is a very slim chance there is something wrong with your guitar but I would say no. You didn't mention what kind of amp you have: solid state, tube or hybrid. It would help if you tell us what brand and model number your amp is. Try setting your amps controls the way you usually have them and using a long cord that works properly, isolate your guitar by putting it in a room with the door closed by running the cord under the door. Is the feedback still there? Try playing with your back to the amplifier. Is the feedback still there? You need to identify the problem. Is it your guitar or is it the amp? Here is a link to tube amp troubleshooting:http://www.geofex.com/ampdbug/ampdebug.htm Here is a link to guitar feedback causes:http://www.guitarsite.com/discussion/messages/23765.shtml If you decide it is your guitar you can have a look for broken solder joints etc. There are wiring diagrams on the internet. If it is your amplifier, you should take it in to be serviced. Take it to a dealer that carries and services that brand. Unless you have all the tools, a schematic and electronic troubleshooting experience you are in danger of injuring or killing yourself or making the problem worse. Hope this helps.

Nov 07, 2010 | Dean Guitars Dean Ml Xm Electric Guitar

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Have a fender electric acoutic guitar,,serial number.ka 97101717..need to know what model is it.


Serial numbers alone won't tell you what model the guitar is, only the date of production, and perhaps the plant that is was made (in certain circumstances). There should be some other identifying numbers in the soundhole label, such as FG-20CE or something similar. That will be your model.

May 14, 2010 | Music

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