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I have an vintage clarinet made by Parisian Ambassador F. E. Olds & Sons where would the serial number be located
The Ambassador was their most successful student instrument. The serial number is usually on the back near the tenon joints. Olds Sons Serial Number Listings The link takes you to a list of their serial numbers and the dates manufactured.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That's the serial #. I can't look up any Yamaha info by serial #. I you go to www.yamaha.com click on musical instruments, then support, you can call or email them directly to get model, product info, owners guides can be downloaded, warranty info and replacement parts can be found. It's a very user friendly site. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Real basic owners manual is here:
Look at the chassis, or pull a part number off the original speaker to match speaker and back cross reference to the amp versions that used it. The OM is at least good enough with the block diagram to allow it to be serviced easily enough.
Posted on Feb 21, 2012
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