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Jackson carvel no trem not bolt on number C 701146 ANYONE HELP WITH IDENITY ETC THANKS RAY UK

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Yes, Fender Customer Service has the info you need.

https://support.fender.com/hc/en-us

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Can you please identity the model and year of manufacture please? Serial number is 9820141 made in japan.


Jackson Catalog Archive Jackson Support

At the bottom of this page is the contact number for Jackson Support, which is the same as Fender Support. They should be able to ID the year and model from the serial number.

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What year is with my Jackson guitar serial # 25029


Contact Jackson Customer Service. The number is at the botton of this page-

http://www.jacksonguitars.com/support/catalogs/ Jackson Catalog Archive Jackson Support

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Serial number has no letters just numbers 073681 on last fret. is it a genuine jackson guitar ?


Contact Jackson customer service directly to get the correct answer.

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Who can help me find out what kind of Jackson guitar I have


You can contact Jackson directly at 480.596.9690
consumerrelations@jacksonguitars.com
Or skim through the catalog archive located here-
Jackson Catalog Archive Jackson Support
Or look through the serial number info here-
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Jackson guitar serial numbers, age?


Here is a link to the Jackson serial number info

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Great guitar a real beautyfull solo guitar to ripp some awesome tunes

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Schecter Hellraiser C-1 question


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Yes, you can install a Floyd Rose later, but it will cost you more to buy one later and install than if you were to purchase the Schecter with it already installed. A Floyd Rose bridge with trem can cost between $40.00 for a used one, to $80.00, or even higher, depending on the features you want. If you need it installed for you, you are looking at another $50.00 to $100.00 potentially.

If you are unable to purchase the one without the Floyd Rose bridge because the cost is a bit out of your reach, don't worry. Schecter C-1 guitars are well made and sound very nice, and you would still have a really nice guitar. I have owned two Schecters , and still kick myself for having sold them to "upgrade" to a Gibson Les Paul Standard. Just because it reads Gibson on the headstock, doesn't necessarily mean it's a better guitar. To prove that, check out reviews on Harmony Central sometime (www.harmony-central.com) and see how many people are displeased with their Gibsons, and how many are pleased with their Schecters.

But you don't have to worry about installation of a FL bridge later, as they fit exactly where the standard bridge and stop tailpiece are fitted.

I hope this helps.


Jul 16, 2009 | Schecter C 1 Hellraiser Electric Guitar

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What size strings? and how to adjust pickups and bridge adjustments. can i find an owners manual online?


String gauge is a personal preference. I'll ask you this: what is your playing style? I see your picture and its a Jackson DK2M. One thing to remember is that the Floyd Rose usually needs adjusted with a different string gauge. With a Floyd, I recommend replacing one string at a time unless you are cleaning the neck with steel wool. If you are taking all the strings off at once and changing them all at once and not one after another, put a towel under the back end of the Floyd Rose so it does not tilt back and mar the finish. Jackson usually installs 9's on their guitars, but this is too light in my opinion.

The pickups...there is a screw on each end of the pickup to adjust the pickups up and down. Raiseing them will get you more output but more noise and feedback. Lowering them will get you a more mellow sound. I keep mine no less than 3/16 to 1/8" from the strings.

Bridge adjustment...Floyd Rose trems are tricky little animals. They have small allen screws to raise the saddles up and down. Raise the bridge just enough to keep the strings from buzzing excessively and as long as they don't make a buzzing sound thru you amp, its nothing to worry about.

Send me a message if you have any more questions. With a Floyd Rose, it would not hurt to go consult your favorite guitar shop or a friend with a Floyd equipt guitar to see them work on them.

Apr 05, 2009 | Jackson Dk2m Dinky Electric Guitar

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