I have a Charvel guitar that I recently acquired. The guitar is a charvel model 9E and it has a serial number that I cannot find on the back of the guitar. The serial number is 168640. The guitar does not have a pick guard, is the guitar a model 9 or 9b? I have looked through the internet and cannot find anything about this model. This is a very rare model.
I bought my guitar from the private collection of a real estate agent in Houston in 1995 for $40.00 it was a Charvel model 9, serial number 168640. It has a pick guard with a 7 string logo on it. It has a red body. It has a few dings here and there and is in need of some new strings. It's a great guitar.
Charvel model 9E. serial number 168640. Veneer split top to the body. the headstock is missing. the pick guard is missing. a big crack in the headstock. the 2 tone neck has a ding on the edge. the 2 tone neck is missing the pick guard. it has the Charvel logo on the headstock. the guitar has a 6 string compador emblem on the headstock. the guitar has a Charvel logo on the bottom edge of the body. the strings are 645. the guitar has a Charvel logo on the back of the body. the guitar has a compador emblem on the back of the body. the guitar was made in 1986. it was made in Japan. the guitar was made for sale by Hoshino in Japan. the guitar was sold in the United States in 1987.
I've recently come across a UK Charvel that I'd really like to know more about. It was a 1969 and it has the dealer marking on the back (No. 6) and a number on the fretboard (No.25) and the strings are also the correct 645. There's also a note on the headstock which is in Japanese. It also has the Carvell logo (which is still used in later versions) and a gunmetal grey body. Other than that, I have absolutely no idea! I can't even tell what model it is. Any info would be really appreciated.
this is the same serial number plate as in the charvel guitar, tonal qualities, pickups and electronics are exactly the same. The only difference in the control plate is the broken and reparatied G string area and the guages are different. It is a guitar which was made in Japan, i.e. in 1991.
I have a Gibson J200 model guitar, serial number of 6684. I got it at Rite Aid in 2003 and I believe that it is a Model of 1995. It has a kahler tremolo system with some plastic bushings. A book I got read, this guitar and many others have the same plate. I would like to know if any of you know anything about this guitar. I love it.
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