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Peavey 141211105 Owner's Manual

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Owner's Manual


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  • Page 1 Electric Guitar Owner's Manual...
  • Page 2 1. Pickup Height Screw 2. 5-Way Pickup Selector 3. Volume 4. Tone Controls 5. Strap Button 6. Bridge 7. Bridge Pickup 8. Middle Single Coil Pickup Guitar Configuration 9. Neck Pickup 10.Position Markers 11. Fret 12. F ingerboard 13. Nut 14. T uning Keys 15. String Retainer...
  • Page 3: Cleaning And Care

    Congratulations So, you are the owner of a new Peavey Electric Guitar. Congratulations! Your purchase proves your taste in musical instruments is superb. Peavey offers a wide variety of guitars for beginners to professionals, each with unique qualities and features. While our professional luthiers have carefully inspected your guitar, every model requires some initial set up, and periodic maintenance is required for peak performance.
  • Page 4 Properly caring for your fingerboard requires special attention. Over time, a fingerboard may lose its (body, headstock or the back of the neck), Peavey natural oils and shrink or exhibit a worn or faded appearance. Peavey recommends that you periodically recommends that you use a clean, soft, lint-free, dry apply a small amount of Lemon Oil (available at to your fingerboard...
  • Page 5 Cleaning - Metal To clean and lubricate the major metal parts of your guitar (strings, pickups, bridge, tuners), Peavey recommends that you use a different clean, soft, lint-free, dry cotton cloth and specially formulated guitar string cleaner available at Forming a cloth fold and running it up and down the length of each string can quickly clean strings.
  • Page 6 Add-on products like stands, hangers and straps that are made of plastic, rubber or man-made materials may chemically or physically react with and damage the finish of your Peavey guitar. Peavey offers a full line of accessories at Every player needs a strap for peak performance, however, straps and strap buttons are designed for “ordinary”...
  • Page 7 (page 1) or double-locking tremolos (page 1). Standard Tuning Changing strings on a Peavey guitar featuring an ACM Bridge is a simple task that will bring new life to (6th string is the heavey topmost string) your instrument. Open note...
  • Page 8 ® Bridge - Changing Your Strings Insert a new string through the hole in the back of the guitar and pull through until the ball end of the string rests tightly against the underside of the bridge. Thread the other string end across the string saddle, across the nut and into the small hole in the cor- responding machine head tuning post.
  • Page 9 (View 1). TIP: For easier access to the tremolo screws, and to protect the finish of your guitar, tilt the rear of the tremolo upward using an attached tremolo arm (whammy bar). Do not overtighten the screws or you may permanently damage the saddles or strip the Allen sockets.
  • Page 10 Tune-O-Matic ™ /Stop Tailpiece - Changing Your Strings To replace strings, thread the new strings through the string holes located on the back of the tailpiece and bring them up and over the saddle. The intonation can be adjusted by moving the saddle forward or backward using a Phillips head screwdriver on the adjustment screw at the rear of the bridge.
  • Page 11 Should you choose to alter the height of a pickup, remember that it is magnetic. To keep your factory warranty intact, Peavey suggests you take your guitar to an Authorized Peavey Service Center to have the pickup adjustments made. Pickup Adjustments...
  • Page 12 Intonation is determined by the length of each string as controlled by the location of each Every Peavey steel-string guitar features an adjustable truss rod inside the neck. Truss string’s saddle. To check intonation, complete all adjustments to the truss rod and string rods allow for adjustments in the neck to accommodate changes in string tension action, and tune your guitar.
  • Page 13: Volume And Tone Control

    --9. The distance your string travels to meet the fret is the bow. Peavey recommends a . mm to . mm (.010”...
  • Page 14 Pickups & Pickup Selector Switch Single-coil pickups and dual-coil pickups (humbuckers) convert your guitar’s string vibrations into an electronic signal that is processed by your amplifier. Selector switches are used to quickly change between pickups or combinations of pickups. Typically switches are -way slotted, -way slotted or -way toggled.
  • Page 15 Accessories Peavey offers a wide range of accessory products to support and enhance your purchase. Please visit the Peavey web site, for specific details and suggested list prices. Item Number Description Item Number 00010 10’ Black Instrument Cable 00990 000290 1’...
  • Page 16: Warranty

    What Peavey Will Do We will repair or replace (at Peavey's discretion) products covered by warranty at no charge for labor or materials. If the product or component must be shipped to Peavey for warranty service, the consumer must pay initial shipping charges. If the repairs are covered by warranty, Peavey will pay the return shipping charges.
  • Page 17 Features and specifications subject to change without notice. Peavey Electronics Corporation • 022 Hartley Peavey Dr • Meridian, MS 90 (601) -6 • FAX (601) 6-12 • © 2006 EX00009...

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