#1
How difficult is it to replace the neck on an epi sg? What tools will i need?
#4
Pretty hard. I'm assuming it's a set neck model. You'd need to somehow remove the old neck which is glued in, find a suitable replacement, and then glue that in. You'll need something to remove the old neck, and some kind of clamp to hold the new one in while it's drying I think.
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#6
Well, tell us if it has screws in it or not. Then we can tell you how to remove it.
Will says:
DON'T FEAR THE REAPER!
- SmarterChild - says:
I don't know if I can help it.

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#8
Okay, you didn't give a definitive answer, so I couldn't tell which it was.
Will says:
DON'T FEAR THE REAPER!
- SmarterChild - says:
I don't know if I can help it.

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#10
Of course it's possible to remove it.

But the fact that you are asking us how means there's no way for YOU to do it without destroying it. I mean look at the damn thing.

Why do you think you want to take it off?

Ron
#11
you have 4 choices:

1. Buy another guitar
2. Bring it to a tech
3. Leave it as it is
4. TRY and fix it and probably **** it up
#12
It's not absolutely necessary that i remove it i just wanted to know how hard it would be incase i need to. I want to right now because of dents, scratches, and the lack of a binding but like i said, it's fine the way it is. This was for future reference. Thanks for the help guys.