#1
Hey guys. About how much do you think it will cost to get standard, trapezoid inlays on an Epiphone Les Paul Studio? I know it depends on where you get it done, but on average.
#2
A lot more than the guitar costs.


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#3
or buy inlay stickers?

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#4
www.inlaystickers.com

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They're actually sweet, super thin, look awesome, and last a hell of a long time, very impressed when I bought mine.
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www.inlaystickers.com

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They're actually sweet, super thin, look awesome, and last a hell of a long time, very impressed when I bought mine.


This. I've used stickers from the same company before and they stick well without affecting your playing. It really wouldn't be worth putting real inlays that guitar.
#6
Looks pretty cool. Says on the site 'easily removed' yet they dont say how.
I just ordered some birds for my torero, should be cool.
#7
lol it'll probably cost more to get the inlays done than your epiphone lp studio did. just get some stickers if you want them that bad. or a new guitar