#1
I bought a new les paul custom today for £349 second hand. i got it home, and while playing, noticed that the trim (the outside border like thing thats white with 2 black lines in it) has a flaw in it at one point. At one point, it looks like the 2 black lines have been painted over in a thin line of cream colour. Should this be a worry? Am i being far too picky, especially since it was 2nd hand. Also, the finish feels the same at the flaw, so maybe it was a factory error, rather than misuse of the 1st owner. Any experiences with trims on LPs?
Thanks
Last edited by SOADplayer2 at Dec 29, 2008,
#2
a gibson? if so deal of the century
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#4
dont touch it then, its probably concentrated lead mixed with paint... you know those chinese
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#5
still good deal, and sorry i know nothing of lp's
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