#4
...rly?

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#7
The Pickups say Aria Pro II, the LFR (Assuming that stands for licensed floyd rose) just says Licensed under floyd rose patents
#8
wow i thought they stopped making that series, that is one hell of a guitar
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#11
Thanks everyone, i thought that was just what the pickups were. now i see what the headstock looked like... What do you think, should i try to save it and build a new headstock or just buy a new neck online? would it be worth saving, is there anything particularly exceptional about what's still there?
#13
You might want to try steaming the fretboard off, removing the truss rod and building a new neck to glue the fretboard onto. It is a really good way to learn how to do necks
#14
fretboard looks in pretty bad shame if you ask me - new neck
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#15
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You might want to try steaming the fretboard off, removing the truss rod and building a new neck to glue the fretboard onto. It is a really good way to learn how to do necks

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#16
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fretboard looks in pretty bad shame if you ask me - new neck


how can you tell from one and a half really bad pictures???? and even if they are then what I said plus refret.....this is the PERFECT opportunity to do some learning for him.

I say this because it was the first thing I ever did guitar building related, when a mate brought around his daughters acoustic that had the headstock snapped in exactly the same place so I steamed of the board, removed the old neck, built a new neck etc...DONE...he said the guitar sounded way better than before the break (probably because I used mahogany for the neck instead of the crap that was used originally)
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