#2
no
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#3
No that neck looks like it needs to be re-set.
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#5
The crack in the finish definately tells me that something has moved that wasn't supposed to...

Now that being said, it's a beautiful guitar, and if I were looking at it, I'd gently try to flex back on the nec to see if the crack got any wider... If it didn't move, I might buy it, get a little use out of it... and it can be repaired... but, the repair will be expensive...

But hey.. the case is worth a hundred bucks..

So, right back At 'cha.... is it worth it to you?
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#6
Judging from the photos about how much do you think it would cost to get it repaired? If its less than 75 bucks I can live with it as long as the tone is great.

edit- I'm guessing it's more than that but I'm a noob when it comes to repair
Last edited by You Ruined It at Jan 1, 2012,
#7
why would you spend 75 bucks repairing something when you could spend 75 bucks and get the same guitar brand new
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Capitalization is the difference between "I helped my Uncle Jack off the horse" and "i helped my uncle jack off the horse"
Quote by stepchildusmc
either way your gonna need a big bucket... how you set it under the horse is up to you.
#8
Jeez they have a funny top carve on them! Nothing like a Les Paul at all.
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#9
Quote by mike_oxbig
why would you spend 75 bucks repairing something when you could spend 75 bucks and get the same guitar brand new


I'm not thinking...
#10
Quote by Papabear505
The crack in the finish definately tells me that something has moved that wasn't supposed to...

Now that being said, it's a beautiful guitar, and if I were looking at it, I'd gently try to flex back on the nec to see if the crack got any wider... If it didn't move, I might buy it, get a little use out of it... and it can be repaired... but, the repair will be expensive...

But hey.. the case is worth a hundred bucks..

So, right back At 'cha.... is it worth it to you?


Im betting that case is from Rondo too so its probably actually only worth about $60.

I would personally buy it if it was at the most $150 to $200 but I love new challenges with repairing guitars. For someone with no experience and no motivation to do it there self its worthless.
#11
Quote by Papabear505
The crack in the finish definately tells me that something has moved that wasn't supposed to...


coincidentally the truss rod cover has been taken off

i smell a rookie that shouldn't have touched the allen key.
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Capitalization is the difference between "I helped my Uncle Jack off the horse" and "i helped my uncle jack off the horse"
Quote by stepchildusmc
either way your gonna need a big bucket... how you set it under the horse is up to you.
#12
Not worth it. I had an Agile AL3000 and the neck warped. I bought a custom made guitar and after hearing it made me realize that the Agile was a dull sounding POS.

In fact most of my budget guitars were dull sounding POSes. I didn't know any better.
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#13
Quote by mike_oxbig
coincidentally the truss rod cover has been taken off

i smell a rookie that shouldn't have touched the allen key.

Not surprising if he is a member of this board... someone complains of a string buzzing and one of the first things posted is "Your truss rod is out of adjustment"
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