#1
i was round my friends house jamming with him. and as i put my guitar down i cought it on the wall and it chipped. it chipped cleanly on the headstock so i should be able to glue it back on.

but if i cant do that will i be able to return it. its a bc rich bronze series warlock. this is the 1st problem ive had and it was mostly my fault. i bought it november 2007.
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Last edited by WARLOCK123 at Sep 5, 2008,
#2
LOL you wont be able to return it, but buying a new guitar is a gd option

but glue it one with a rly minimal bit of strong super glue so it doesnt make it look messy and it should be alright,.
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#3
It happens to everyone, if you can't fix it, just leave it, it tells a story.
And if you caused the problem, even if the guitar is under warranty they still won't replace it cause it's not an actual fault.
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#6
Now it's got character.


*Edit ^ Did not see the post above me. LOL
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#7
this has just given me even more reason to buy a cheap used guitar to use for jamming.

ive glued it on and it looks okay from a distance and you would have to go looking for marks and scratches to spot it
remember kids, you can't spell bass without ass

RIP Jimmy 'The Rev' Sullivan


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Also, I would tap Helena Bonham Carter like a Van Halen solo.
#8
Why buy a guitar thats cheap to take to gigs and jam sessions, cos then theres no point in havin a good guitar, instead, seeing as the bronze series is fairly cheap anyway, and because its chipped, keep the Bronze Series that u use at the moment for jam sessions if its good enough for you to use now, and get a better nicer guitar for your better guitar to keep in a good state?
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#10
well im getting a new amp in november for my b'day. so for christmas i might ask for money to put towards a new guitar
remember kids, you can't spell bass without ass

RIP Jimmy 'The Rev' Sullivan


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Also, I would tap Helena Bonham Carter like a Van Halen solo.
#11
Those bronze series are so bad. My first was a platinum, its all beat to hell, I chipped the horns on it too. Just leave it man, gives it character. Mine looks like its been thrown down a mountain though.
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#12
I had a candy apple red Platinum series Warlock for a short while. I didn't like the balance and when I found out the body was made out of plywood sandwiched with some sort of white stuff I got rid of it.
#13
how does it give my guitar more character
remember kids, you can't spell bass without ass

RIP Jimmy 'The Rev' Sullivan


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Also, I would tap Helena Bonham Carter like a Van Halen solo.
#14
I guess Willie should just throw that ratty old thing away, huh?



Guitars are meant to be played, not just looked at.
Last edited by Doooooooooom at Sep 6, 2008,
#16
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how does it give my guitar more character



It looks like your guitar's been used. That's how. Show's you pick it up and use it.
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