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#1
I have a busted Washburn with Bill Lawrence L-500XL in it, and I was wondering if I should take the Dimebucker out of my Razorback, and stick the Bill Lawrence in it. What do you guys think?
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#3
What kind of Washburn was it, and how did you bust it?

Anyways, yeah, go for the Bill Lawrence, much better tonal response and harmonics than the Dimebucker in my opinion.
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#4
It's a Washburn Dime V. The nut on it is broken, and it's a pretty cheap ass guitar, so I'm probably not gonna bother getting it fixed.
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#5
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It's a Washburn Dime V. The nut on it is broken, and it's a pretty cheap ass guitar, so I'm probably not gonna bother getting it fixed.


One of the bulky pointy ugly ones or the Dean 79' style camo version?

I'm a bit interested in it if you don't want it.
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#6

That's what it looks like. I have all the electronics torn out of it now, but I could probably find the original pickups if you would want me to. I have to see if I'd be able to sell it first, though. My parents get really pissy when I say I either wanna buy or sell stuff.
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#7
How much do you think it would cost me?
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#8
Since the electronics are ripped out and the nut need to be fixed, I'd say $200. That's how much it cost me brand new, just the guitar. With the gig bag, pickup, and nut I had put on, it was another $150, so. The nut would work if you used Zakk Wylde Lo Tunes, since that's what I had the nut put on there for, but With normal strings the spaces are just too big. I'd include the original box, electronics, and gig bag.
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#9
Hmm, I might be able to afford that, I'm not 100% sure yet though.
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Ibanez RG7321 Seven String
Epiphone Iommi Signature SG
Digitech Scott Ian Black 13
VOX Valvetronix AD100VTH
Laney 4x12 w/Celestion 50s
#10
I see you live in Indiana. I'm in Wisconsin, right near the Illinois border, so it's not too far away.
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#11
The transplant is complete. This is definitely better than the Dimebucker. More mids, less abrasive highs, more lows, more chunk. It's awesome!
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#12
dimbucker is a horrible pickup...And bill lawrence makes some nice pups. Go for it
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#14
Now that I think about it, I wouldn't call it busted, its just that you need a new nut to use normal strings, cause I had it set up for Zakk Wylde Lo Tunes, and those are 11-70s!
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#15
^ So you just have a busted nut?
Sorry, that needs to be said in any thread involving a nut.

I'd just toss a new nut in there, and fix it up to use as a backup guitar.
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