#1
I have an Epiphone Les Paul Custom, alpine white, gold hardware. It has lost it's "glow" over the 3 years I've had it. Still plays great for the price, but aesthetically, it's losing it's charm. Does anyone know how much it would cost to get it refinished the same colour and new gold hardware fitted in place of the old crap on it? I'm talking decent quality stuff too. Sorry I just really don't know good places to buy good hardware or anything like that.
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#2
Allparts?
I don't know about what constitues good gold hardware,but schaller make top notch stuff and they do it in gold.All guitars lose that glow,especially alpine white.Not much you can do,not really worth refinishing just to make a little more shiney.Just polish it with some guitar polish.
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#3
Maybe not a refinish then, but the hardware looks disgusting. Thanks for tip.
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