#1
Okay, I need some help with a guitar. My dad has had this guitar since the late 70s, It's made from two different kinds of guitars, the neck of a hollow bodied Aria, and some sort of an SG. All it needs is a bridge and some strings on it, but I really dont know if Its worth spending money to fix. That's why I need the SG identified.


#3
Ya i agree with the dude above. Just sell that on Ebay and then buy a good Epi SG.And does it have a Serial # on it?
#4
i'd do it. you'd have a unique guitar, and it from the 70's!
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Ya i agree with the dude above. Just sell that on Ebay and then buy a good Epi SG.And does it have a Serial # on it?


Well, the only problem is that I dunno if someone would buy it, and yes it does. 2302236
#7
I would say to fix it - that wood is worth $$$ and a bridge+strings can be had for under $50

Also i would check that the neck joint is holding well and the neck is not warped
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#8
ya dude the stuff u need to fix it will only add to like $50 so i say fix it
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I would say to fix it - that wood is worth $$$ and a bridge+strings can be had for under $50

Also i would check that the neck joint is holding well and the neck is not warped


I have checked and it looks fine. I think I will fix it!

It'll be 5x better than having Drive Wildfire (I have a SUPER low budget. And plus my mom bought it. :/)