#1
Does anyone know if the Epiphone Goth Thunderbird IV has the dot inlay it the side of the neck? There's no dot inlay on the actual fretboard and there are no pictures of it from the side.
#4
Yeah i checked this before i bought it too - because i used to sing and play and need to see the fret markers every so often =S
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#6
I've yet to see any guitar/bass ever NOT have those.
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#7
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I've yet to see any guitar/bass ever NOT have those.


i think the mattocaster doesnt, i may be wrong tho
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#8
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I've yet to see any guitar/bass ever NOT have those.


Lots of classical guitars don't have them, me and my grandfather used tip x to put the dots on lol.
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#9
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I've yet to see any guitar/bass ever NOT have those.


my 1964 harmony rocket doesn't
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#10
My first guitar had them, but I wanted to be safe, so I wrote the numbers on masking tape and put them on the neck.


And yes, it does have dot inlays.
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