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Korg Music | 46 views | 0 helpful votes


Try requesting it from Roland.

Roland Music | 31 views | 0 helpful votes


Order directly from Peavey.

Peavey Music | 41 views | 0 helpful votes


On the Hofner Shorty, you will need to manually remove the bridge with a screw drive or similar tool. There are large screws on either side of the bride that when removed, the bridge will come off entirely. At this point, you can unwind the strings from the tuners on the head of the guitar, which will completely slacken the strings. Push the strings out the back side of the bridge to remove the old string, and insert the new strings via the same hole in the corresponding order they were removed. Make sure all new strings are looped through the bridge, then set the bridge in place. At this time, with all the strings hooked in and the bridge set in place, you can now attach the strings to the tuners.

The Music | 72 views | 0 helpful votes


Google (xplorer)(95065)(manual) without parens.

Music | 20 views | 0 helpful votes


Looking at the specification, it is possible to change the voltage settings. The manual shows dual voltage. Take it to a Behringer dealer for advice.

Behringer Music | 34 views | 0 helpful votes


Either on the head stock or on the neck, between the neck and body. Once you have the serial number, you will be able to find out where and roughly when it was made. The price is liable to be anything.

Fender Music | 42 views | 0 helpful votes


You seem like an active guy - here's a link, hope it helps. http://www.emgpickups.com/media/productfile/8/9/89_0230-0114rf.pdf
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EMG Music | 20 views | 0 helpful votes


Depends on maker, model, date manufactured and the tone

Music | 36 views | 0 helpful votes


The 2 Taylor factories, in El Cajon CA, and in Tecate Mex., are quite close, and before 2008 it seems that pieces of the one guitar were made in both places.

Yours was made in May 2006, and that is the most likely scenario for it. Mexican made Taylors are apparently considered to be just as good as US made Taylors.

I have seen it reported that from 2008, more production was done in Tecate, and a guitar made there completely should have 'Made in Mexico' visible somewhere on it or deep inside.

Taylor Music | 25 views | 0 helpful votes

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