#1
So i bought a used Epiphone SG-400 for $150, which I thought was a steal. Well theres some cracks in the finish near the input jack. It's pretty bad and it's even coming off and exposing the wood a little, but its not too big. I was wondering if this is possible to get repaired along with a few other, more minor cracks, and for about how much money.

Thanks
#2
Pics would be more helpful to determine the scale of the damage.
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#3
Quote by TheEak
So i bought a used Epiphone SG-400 for $150, which I thought was a steal. Well theres some cracks in the finish near the input jack. It's pretty bad and it's even coming off and exposing the wood a little, but its not too big. I was wondering if this is possible to get repaired along with a few other, more minor cracks, and for about how much money.

Thanks

some people pay top dollar for that look.
#4
Quote by mmjohn
some people pay top dollar for that look.


Kuh-razy people

Anyway, I'll try and get some pics up if I can.
#8
Everyone wants a guitar thats aged.

Well, I wouldn't buy one pre-relic'd, but I would have a guitar that is aged properly.
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#9
The thing is, I like my guitars to be in perfect condition, thats why I wanted it repaired.