C means cutaway E means electronics So a CE has a cutaway and a pickup. Cindy inlay is that fancy shmancy neck inlay that you see on some of the 900 series guitars.
Where do you find the model number on a guitar?
The most common place to find identification is on the headstock or on a label inside of the guitar, if applicable. If there is nothing on your guitar in question, chances are the original label or logo has fallen off.
What is number guitar?
The guitar number system is a way to refer to chords by using a number instead of by name. Chords are built from each degree of a scale, with the degree of the scale being assigned a number. Playing by number makes it super easy to transpose chord progressions to a different key.
Why are guitar chords numbered?
The numerals on top represent the scale degree from which each chord is derived. These are the chord numbers. Note that this also denotes the chord quality. Uppercase numerals represent major chords while lowercase numerals represent minor chords.
What do the numbers mean on guitar scales?
The circles with numbers in them represent playing a note, with the finger of the same number. Each circle intersects a number and string. When we see a circle, we simply play the fret and string that the circle intersects, using the finger of the same number.
What are guitar parts called?
There are over 20 parts that your guitar is made up of and these include Tone Woods, Headstock, Machine / Tuning Nuts, String Trees, Truss Rod, Volutes, Nut, Neck, Fretboard, Strings, Action, Neck Joint, Heel, Body, Strap Button, Scratch Plate, Pickups & Sound Hole, Electric & Controls, Bridge, Tail Piece, Intonation,