#1
I am currently looking at getting a Laguna LE924 (Greg Howe Model) and i have majnaged to locally find one at a steal of a price the only issue is that there is about a 2 in crack by one of the volume pots, eveytyhing still functions properly, but the crack spans on each side of the pot each being about 1 inch, Is this a major problem, and if so how much would it cost to fix something like this?
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#2
It depends. If the crack is in the finish, then it is not a problem other than the fact that it looks bad (unless you are into worn-looking guitars). But if the crack is in the wood, then it is a problem because the pot shaft may become loose and it may be indicative of other construction problems.
#3
The crack is only in the finish, the wood is still stable, so this shouldnt affect playability, and cosmetics are not something i really look for in a guitar
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Line 6 Spider III HD 150

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#4
It is hard to tell with out a photo. So I will go to the extreme at both ends. The crack is nothing but a crack in the finish if it is poly that is more then likely the case. If the finish is see through then it is a crack in the wood and the guitar will split in half if you play the magic note.
Bhaok

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