#1
a bought a cort around $200 a couple years ago. its been dropped several times.
the output jack is bad shape and i dont like the humbuckers. also my brigde pins are terrible
it sounds ok intill i plug it into a amp or sound system
so i wonder should i spend alot of money to fix my guitar or should i buy a new guitar
i dont want to spend alot of money to fix a bad guitar
#2
you put reasons of why u don't want that guitar, and I think you should get a new one; you sound like you want a new guitar.
Last edited by DiegoAngeles at Mar 20, 2011,
#3
you sound like you want a new guitar and want our justification

go get a new guitar
i said its okay
#4
Agreed. Buy a new one. You can never have too many.
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#5
you definitly need a new one. or buy the brand new roland gr-55 with the add-on pickup. with the added on pickup, you can make your guitar sound like a fender strat, gibsons, etc. you can also make yer guitar sound like a piano, nylon string guitar, acoustic 6, 12 and 30 string guitars. if im not mistaken, you can also make yer guitar sound like a bass.

you just gotta watch a demo of it on youtube i dont think i explained 1 fifth of whats mainly on it
#6
if you drop your guitar hard enough to damage it regularly, seems like buying a more expensive guitar may lead to breaking it, too. seems like that would be more of a bummer for you if you broke a more expensive guitar. on the other hand, replacing the pickup and the pins, and maybe the saddle could cost almost as much as a half step up guitar.
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#7
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if you drop your guitar hard enough to damage it regularly, seems like buying a more expensive guitar may lead to breaking it, too. seems like that would be more of a bummer for you if you broke a more expensive guitar. on the other hand, replacing the pickup and the pins, and maybe the saddle could cost almost as much as a half step up guitar.


I don't consider a guitar to be properly broken in until it has a couple of dings.

At the risk of sounding like gear snob. IMHO stuff that would do serious damage to cheap guitar. Just isn't that big a deal on a better quality and better made instrument.

My Charvel looks like crap half the paint is gone. It has more dings than I can count. Still plays great even after 25 years (20 in my hands) it's set up 80s hair metal style. humbucker bridge pup Floyd Rose and a volume knob.

It's gotten knocked totally out of wack a couple of times. After redoing the setup it played perfectly again.

When things start coming apart of low end guitar it's time to get a new and better one...

Ibanez Jackson and ESP all make student series guitars that are very good for the money.
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