#1
Hello 5 minutes ago my stand tipped my Ibanez over and the treble/tone knob,pot and everything wint about 4-5mm into the body and i can see wood but it is stuck and i will not move.. any suggestions?
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#2
I'd suggest you not mess with it, and take it immediatly into a shop or something and see if they can salvage it.
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#4
It sounds fine just plugged into my amp to see if any electronically damage was sustained just has that "sound hole" just sent a message to a friend/instructor/luthier he will tell me what to do and how much.
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#5
^ yup. When the guitar is ****ed up that bad, you don't want to mess with them.
#6
The guitar is only 6 months old.
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#7
Think its fixable
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#8
You could smash a guitar right off the assembly line and it'd be just as useless as one smashed in a year ago.

Anyway, I'd try not to do anything until you get it checked out
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- Epiphone Les Paul Standard (Plus Top)
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- Ibanez Acoustic/Electric Guitar
- Ibanez RG1570 Mirage Blue
- Peavey Vypyr 30 Watt
#9
No he said new Ibanez time. but do you think it IS fixable?
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#10
Quote by Guitar2theface
You could smash a guitar right off the assembly line and it'd be just as useless as one smashed in a year ago.

Anyway, I'd try not to do anything until you get it checked out


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#11
Bump. Please someone help its a small area like the size of a quarter
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#13
Camera is dead. Will try tommorow.
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#15
all that happened from falling off a stand?

guitars are not made like they used to be IMO
#16
Quote by RockinRyan13
all that happened from falling off a stand?

guitars are not made like they used to be IMO


it's ibanez lol
It's all about feel
#17
the pot fell into the guitar?

well open the back cavity, hold the pot in place, so when you take off the knob, you dont rip it out of the guitar. then remove the knob then nut under it.

slide the pot into the cavity and look at the body of the guitar to see what kind of shape the wood is in.

might still be playable, you can play a guitar with a hole in it's body.

but to know anything, we would need pics.
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#18
Quote by hopespaul
it's ibanez lol


yeah thats true

i had some fenders take quite the beating along with some esps and there as strong as an ox
#19
You might be able to fix it. Its wood if you can glue a headstock back on then a small chunk of wood can be glued back in.
#20
Get it checked out. If its still usable you just got yourself a custom Ibanez :P
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