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Aria guitar serial number 65107005


I can't say about the age, but they seem to be in production still. CGp indicates a classical guitar, rather than an 'acoustic' guitar. the difference is in the strings. Classical guitar strings do not have the tension od regular steel acoustic strings. The fingerboard is usually flat and wider. I don't think they made these back in 1965. The serial number is different for each manufacturer and you would have to ask the manufacturer.

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How to string an electric guitar


I'm writing this tutorial to help new guitarists string their electric guitars.<br /><br />The first step is to purchase some strings from your nearest music store, depending on the type of music you want to play the string gage will be different. If you want to play heavier music such as metal then I suggest using a heavier gage of string. If you want to play calmer music such as indie, or maybe soft rock I suggest a lighter gage.<br /><br />Next make sure and remove <span style="font-weight: bold;">ALL</span> existing strings. The best way to take off the old strings is to simply loosen them up then cut them right in the middle with wire cutters. Then just pull the left end through the tuning knobs, and the right end through the back of the guitar (Note where the strings come out of the back).<br /><br />After you have removed all the strings its time to put on the new ones. Start with the string closest to the top of the guitar. On your string package you can reference by color which string is which. Find your string then run the sharp end through the back of the guitar in the hole relative to the string you are putting in (These holes in the back are the same holes the old strings came out of). Run the string all the way through so that it is pulled tightly into the back. Now place the sharp end of the string through its relative tuning knob at the top of the guitar. You should pull enough through so that when you pull the string up off the neck there is a gap of about one foot. Now turn the tuning knob clockwise until the string is relatively tight against the neck and it has wrapped around the knob 3-5 times. Now cut the excess string that is coming out of the tuning knob but leave about 1 inch in case you want to lower the tuning. <br /><br />Do the same thing for all your strings, then tune them with either a digital tuner or by ear if you can. You can purchase a cheap digital tuner for around $20 at your nearest music store.<br /><br />Enjoy!!

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What is the difference between a Sensicore Perlon Violin Set Octave SS2507 and a Sensicore Perlon SS2307 set of strings?


The 2307 has a "plain" E string... the 2507 will be a wound E string. The pro's probably will go for the plain E string but it may be harsher sound for the beginner.

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Which system do I need to be able to trigger loops/textures/pads from the lower 2 or 3 strings of my guitar (kinda like one finger accompaniment on cheap keyboards), while soloing on the higher strings?


You could hook the output of the GR33 to something like an AKAI MPC (http://www.akaipro.com/mpc) assigning different notes to trigger different samples or sequences.

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The high E string dont sound as brightly as the rest of the strings when plugged. I already changed the strings several times with different brands. still the same problem. only the first string sounds...


This is likely a problem with the amp you are using. Turn the treble up higher. If the amp is intended for a bass guitar, it probably can;t handle the highs of the E string. In that case get an amp that has a smaller speaker or one that is intended for Keyboards that has the capability.

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There is a noticeable ringing sound only when I strum any note on the E string , any other string sounds fine.


If the ringing only occurs with a specific range of notes it may be something rattling in the amp loose or speaker enclosure.
It could also be feedback occurring at certain frequencies - does the ringing stop if you turn the volume down a bit or stand in a different position in relation to the amp?
Could be a problem with your guitar? Maybe the pick up height needs adjusting in relation to the E string or is it the string buzzing against a fret - indicating a need for adjusting the bridge height or trussrod settings?

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When playing notes on the A string I get a crackeling noise


Just a thought:

If you used the speakers with another amp and they still make noise when you play certain frequencies, then it is obviously a problem with the speakers or the cabinet - it could be a mechanical resonance in some part of a speaker / cabinet, something like a loose screw or a nut, loose protection mesh on the speakers that resonates at certain frequencies, possibly a bad speaker or a speaker membrane...

Also, you might want to check the pickups on your guitar, see if the pickup core slug under the A string is much closer to the string than the other slugs so it is either picking up too much signal and distorting it or the string might be touching the slug when you play it and cause noise, also see if the string is touching something else when it vibrates...

good luck

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Bridge problem


There are different tension strings available. Contact your guitar store to find the right weight strings for your guitar as a first step.

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My sx prob is with intonation, I set it up with the tuner on the 12th fret etc, but when I think I'm done I play a few chords and D or A is out. Also my G string is almost way back into the bridge with...


If you have a floating bridge such as a flloyd rose you will have this problem unless you followed the instructions for changing strings. The instructions are on the net for various manufacturers. Ibanez, BC Rich and flloyd rose all have good instructions. There are other good sites to explain bridge and intonation adjustments. You have to remember that new strings have to stretch in before they can be tuned accurately. My son has a Jemm that he does one string at a time and lets them sit. You also have to take string guage into account. Different guages tune differently especially if you are mixing the guages. http://www.fretnotguitarrepair.com/Electric_Guitar_Intonation.htm is a good place to start. Hope this helps.

Jul 16, 2009 | Music

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Which string used for epiphone gibson lea paul special II guitar


This is really a personal choice as long as the strings are made for an electric guitar there are hundreds of different kinds, it mostly has to do with the thickness of the strings and how the thinner the string the easier it is to manulipulate, you should go to a good music store and tell them what type of music you play and they will give you some choices.

Mar 23, 2009 | Epiphone Les Paul 100 Electric Guitar

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