#1
Some douche dropped my guitar and fractured the neck right below the headstock. Its not a clean break, almost more of a stringy fracture inside the neck. Any suggestions on how to fix it? or replace it?
#2
new headstock ebay
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#3
i assume its a set neck so... your pretty much screwed... unless you go to a knowledgable luthier...
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#5
Ah the downside to set neck guitars. If it cant be glued it will cost more than a new epi LP to get a new neck.
#6
if you decide to get it fixed it will be stronger then it was before it broke, but will not be cheap, it is a more "normal" type break in LP, but definitly get a good person to fix it, mine was fixed buy a guy in texas for $250, you could not tell it ever broke. if you are in that area i can get you in contact with him
#7
thanks for the info, and the offer, but i payed about $250 for the guitar so its probably not worth fixing at this point. dammit. time to buy something bigger and better...
#8
on the back of the guitar where the neck and body come together does it have screws/bolts?
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Ah the downside to set neck guitars. If it cant be glued it will cost more than a new epi LP to get a new neck.


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But yeah, if its set neck, you're just better off ignoring it or getting a new epi.