#1
Should I buy a used Epi G-400 for 400CDN$?
The guy changed the pickups for some Seymour Duncan.
#2
Sounds like a good deal to me. The guitar off the shelf in CDN is like $650 around here, and the stock pickups are nothing to brag about. I'd go for it.

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#4
Sounds like a damn good deal. I think you should go for it. BTW, what condition is the guitar in?
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#6
Yeah i dunno for the condition but i'll go to the guy place to see that this weekend or the next one and i might get a better deal if there's some scratch.
#8
Yup i'll see the condition...the guy just hooked me up with some update. He said the price was negociable cuz the fret board needed some clean-up and there's no strings.

(i feel like these sentences didn't make sense but i suck in english)
#10
me too. before u bought. it would need to be strung and set up.
the neck might be back bowed and there could be buzz all over that board.
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#12
They have them for $450.00 here. I bought the G-310 because A. Hadn't much money
and B. Actually like it better.
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