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Check for Service Manual on Google, bro...

Music | Answered 14 hours ago

Depending where you are, you gotta check with your Yamaha distributor, or else on Amazon. Then get a tech to take the thing apart (ugh) and replace them keys.
Good luck from Venezuela....

Yamaha Full-Size... | Answered 14 hours ago

Regards, urgent help.

I have a powered speaker Class D, and the PWM isdead. change the IC 3525, is controled by a NE555 which is shutting down. works when connected to a higher voltage 150v, but turned it off, I think by overheating. I already changed mosfets, and ICs. I think that may be some component failure is triggering the protection, someone could help me. I'm a musician and I depend on this car for my livelihood. Thanks

Behringer B215D... | Answered Yesterday

Speakers are front loaded onto the baffle - probably. To test the cab - go through the jack panel in rear - probably.

Peavey Music | Answered Yesterday

to what?

Music | Answered Yesterday

Make/Model of the guitar?

Music | Answered 2 days ago

Have recently added to or changed your speaker config? Are all tubes seated and glowing nicely? Any smell? Worse case, you popped a tranny.

Epiphone... | Answered 2 days ago

This is actually not an easy question to answer a Gibson (as you may already know) has used multiple numbering schemes..Your guitar may be a 2000... This is from Gibson's site: "Les Paul Classic: This model features an ink stamped serial number with no "MADE IN USA" (just as we used on the original 1952-1960 Les Pauls). Most will be 5 to 6 digits in length, but the earliest examples feature 4 digit serial numbers. There should be a space after the 1st digit with the 4 and 5 digit serial numbers, and no space with the 6 digit numbers. The 1st digit indicates the year of manufacture for the 4 & 5 digit serial numbers, these were used from 1989-1999. The 1st and 2nd indicate the year of manufacture for the 6 digit serial numbers which we've been using since 2000. Examples - 9 xyx = 1989 (4 digit number beginning with "9" used only in 1989) 0 xxyx = 1990 9 xyxx = 1999 00xyxx = 2000 05xyxx = 2005" Alternatively many people have gotten the best answer by calling Gibson directly: USA: 1-800-4GIBSON HTH!

Gibson Music | Answered 2 days ago

The truss rod in the neck needs adjusting to rid the buzzing sound.

Ibanez Music | Answered on Dec 09, 2017

Either you can get it online or go to and you will locate what you need through this site

Ibanez Music | Answered on Dec 09, 2017

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