#1
I got an Epiphone Les paul 100 one of the older ones I have the same one in cherry burst but I messed up and solder off the ground connection when I was trying to rewire my guitar. Anyways I got the guitar from a friend he didn't even play it so he sold it to me for 30 bucks, a Reign Supreme hoodie, Sabertooth Zombie 7 inch Vinyl, and a Guest list spot to my next show.

The guitar is in very good condition only needed to replace the strings, and I'm going to install my Seymour Duncan Invader Bridge humbucker tomorrow.


Just a family photograph since everyone has seen an epiphone before


Peavey VTM
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Epiphone LP-100
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#3
happy ngd!
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#4
cool story bro
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cool story bro


No. Just... no.

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#8
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Woah, those knobs are messed up. Happy new guitar day, anyway.



Lol, I think it's just the potentiometers in there. No knobs attached.
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#10
I took off the knobs to tighten the pots so they could stay in place better.
Peavey VTM
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Fender 4x12 loaded with t75's
Epiphone LP-100
Fender Stratocaster Highway one
#11
how do you like that butcher(?)? late 80s peaveys are such well hidden tone monsters...
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#12
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I took off the knobs to tighten the pots so they could stay in place better.

Oh, I see.
#13
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but I messed up and solder off the ground connection when I was trying to rewire my guitar.
I REALLY hope you're not suggesting that this is why you replaced the guitar. Because you de-soldered a ground lug on a pot.
#15
Quote by al112987
I REALLY hope you're not suggesting that this is why you replaced the guitar. Because you de-soldered a ground lug on a pot.

That would be absolutely hilarious.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
#16
No I accidentally solder the whole ground wire off so I have like not even a centimeter to reach the pot
Peavey VTM
Marshall 8412
Fender 4x12 loaded with t75's
Epiphone LP-100
Fender Stratocaster Highway one
#17
....and you replaced an entire guitar because of that...?


...you're kidding... right?
#18
Quote by al112987
....and you replaced an entire guitar because of that...?


...you're kidding... right?


He got it for $30. He can still replace the faulty pickup eventually (granted that he learns his lesson about soldering, haha). Can't blame the guy for picking up another axe for cheap.
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....and you replaced an entire guitar because of that...?


...you're kidding... right?



U mad?


I got a guitar for 30 bucks basically the same one, I messed up when I was soldering so I am learning. It's called Trail and error no one is perfect.
Peavey VTM
Marshall 8412
Fender 4x12 loaded with t75's
Epiphone LP-100
Fender Stratocaster Highway one
#20
It's just the thought of someone buying a whole new guitar because they had one very minor soldering mistake that's humorous.

HNGD, regardless.

#21
Quote by xBOPx
U mad?


I got a guitar for 30 bucks basically the same one, I messed up when I was soldering so I am learning. It's called Trail and error no one is perfect.
Don't get me wrong, you got a new guitar for $30, if it were me I'd probably buy it even with my guitar otherwise fully functional, but you realize that it takes about... 5 minutes to fix the mistake you made soldering right?
#23
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Don't get me wrong, you got a new guitar for $30, if it were me I'd probably buy it even with my guitar otherwise fully functional, but you realize that it takes about... 5 minutes to fix the mistake you made soldering right?



It's the ground wire that is in the guitar not the humbucker, I don't know how to reach the wire that is inside the guitar, so I replaced it.
Peavey VTM
Marshall 8412
Fender 4x12 loaded with t75's
Epiphone LP-100
Fender Stratocaster Highway one