#1
So there was this pawn shop that was selling a BC Rich warlock for 400 bucks. when i saw the 400 buck sticker i was thinking hell no. that's way overpriced for a used bronze warlock. i got them down to 375 with a bundle of a fender g-dec amp. I don't know much about stock bc rich pickups and the strings from most pawn shop guitars are terrible so im changing them when i get the chance, but i want to make this guitar sound good. I don't have enough money to get a good 800 dollar guitar or something and i found out about the Jackson JS32 Dinky Arch Top guitar after I bought the bronze warlock. So, what could I do to this bronze warlock to make it sound really good. I know it's possible because i've seen people on youtube playing this guitar and it sound great
#2
You could take it back and get a better guitar and amp for that money?

I'm quite sure you could get an Ibanez or a Dinky and a Vypyr for $400. I assume you're playing metal.
#3
Not worth the trouble. With the amount of money you'd be spending to get upgraded parts, plus the cost of the guitar itself, you could've bought a better guitar by default. I wouldn't accept a Bronze Warlock if I was offered it for free.
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#4
Used those two items probably don't amount to $150 street. Sorry to say, I'd just go try and return them both and get something else. Try Craigslist.
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Not worth the trouble. With the amount of money you'd be spending to get upgraded parts, plus the cost of the guitar itself, you could've bought a better guitar by default. I wouldn't accept a Bronze Warlock if I was offered it for free.

I might actually pay to have it taken away from my house.
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#6
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Used those two items probably don't amount to $150 street. Sorry to say, I'd just go try and return them both and get something else. Try Craigslist.

I don't even know if trying to re-sell that guitar is even worth it. Nobody will buy it.

Sorry TS, but you've been completely and utterly ripped off.
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#7
Sorry to be a bit, well, blunt....but you got ripped off.

The FEnder G-Dec is a cheap beginner amp and the Warlock should not have been more than $120 at most (I'm okay with $150 for a GOOD one - there are some Great Bronze guitars out there, but they are, for the most part, a hit-and-miss brand).

I got my Bronze Warlock for $50.00 at a pawn shop years ago. That pawn shop sounds ******ed.
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#8
You've got ripped off big time!
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#9
Take it back. You got ripped pretty bad, you didn't do any research on your $375 purchase at all?! I'm sure 20 seconds of googling could have told you it was a horrible deal.
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#10
The bronze warlocks were $200 brand new. Yeah, I'd march back to that pawn shop and start flipping tables over. (Not really, you could get in trouble, maybe just talk a bit first.)
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