#1
how wrong could I go? baring an unfixable issue such as a cracked headstock or seriously warped neck, would this be a good deal? do all S470 have the same specs (ie: hardware, wood and the like)?
#5
Im hopefully getting a new S470 with the lavender quilt top this weekend for $300 new, go for it the guitar looks sweet.
#6
the S series are great. i have a s370 and the 470 is a little higher grade. i got mine for 300 so get this one. but becareful. never know what you might get right
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