#1
hi ...


im looking to buy a new guitar, and am really interested in the gibson les paul studio.
i've found a really nice looking one currently at £205 but theres one problem...

it has a crack on the neck at the 1st / 2nd fret. (see attached pic)


so is it major?
should i go for it??


Thanks A Lot
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#2
just buy it and sell the crack...........

but in all seriousness. i would probably look elsewhere
#3
£205?

Why not? I've seen a lot worse damage on a guitar than that and people still play them.


EG, Slash's guitar.
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#5
Quote by Lil Macker
£205?

Why not? I've seen a lot worse damage on a guitar than that and people still play them.


EG, Slash's guitar.



Yeahh thats what i thought (Y)

the owner said that it doesnt affect the playability of the guitar
& i probably wont sell it tbh ...

so as long as it doesnt break or anything =/


probably a stupid question ... but would it affect the tone / sustain of the guitar??
#7
my friend has a epiphone with a similar problem only not as bad. and it does not stay in tune. so i would stay clear of it.
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#8
is the crack on the finish or the actualy wood, if its just thew finish who gives a ****
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#9
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hey i saw it on ebay, its repaired fine

go for it, watch it and make a bid in the last few mins



coool...


thanks a lot