#2
looks like a LP standard. seems like a pretty good deal.
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#3
pictures of the headstock would be nice, but looks like a standard.
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#4
That, my friend, would be an LP-100.
As an owner I wouldn't say it's worth your $200.
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#6
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That, my friend, would be an LP-100.
As an owner I wouldn't say it's worth your $200.

No

A les paul 100 has dot inlays and are bolt on, these have trapezoid inlays and is a set neck.
#7
Quote by jsaatsaz
That, my friend, would be an LP-100.
As an owner I wouldn't say it's worth your $200.

LP-100's have bolt-on necks, sir. I'm sure that the pictured guitar has a set-neck.
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#8
Quote by jsaatsaz
That, my friend, would be an LP-100.
As an owner I wouldn't say it's worth your $200.



check the second photo man. set neck. not a 100. it looks to be a standard like already mentioned. 200 isn't a bad deal for that at all if its in good condition.
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#9
oh, and to answer the other question TS has, it normally sells new for about $400-$450
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#10
It's not a standard there is no Binding on the body. My guess is that it's an older Studio Model.

Here's a 2000 Epi Studio

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#12
either way if its a studio or a standard, and it does look like and older studio cause of the no binding, as an owner of a standard, i say its worth your $200 and more if its in good condition.
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#14
LP Standard. New you can score one about $430.00 new, used $200.00 or less in Ebony.


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#16
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Looks like a fake to me. It's not on ebay is it?
You can not be ****ing serious. Those two tiny pictures that show you next to nothing and you're crying fake?

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#17
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You can not be ****ing serious.


Yep, I'm completely serious. To ME it does. Those pictures show ME enough to believe it might be a fake.

Whether it's a fake or not, I don't care! My opinion is still valid.

Does that second picture show a stomach contour?