#1
anyone know what this guitar is? what type? how much its worth? (im guessing less than 50 bucks...) but i want to know what guitar this is.







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#5
that reminds me of axl's mayhem series fire ax without the bevels and the floyd check the axl website
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#7
anyone think its just a junk guitar? from the opinions it looks like its just a junk guitar...
#8
i am like 90% sure its an axl guitar
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#9
hey if u like it and it sounds good
do u really care the cost, doesnt look that cheap but its not a 1000 grand guitar either
#10
i put it through a low cost bass amp, and sounds like shiet to me...
i can't buy another amp to test....it will waste my money
#11
Clean it up a bit and try it out. For all you know it's a really nice guitar. And if anything it looks pretty darn cool.

EDIT: See if you can identify what wood its made out of, and if you like it enough put in a new set of pickups. At least new strings, anyway.. the current ones are probably super old.

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no i didn't my dad got it NO IDEA where the hell he got it he doesn't even know



shitt well do u live in socal?
cuz i was a the pcc fleamarket today and there was that EXACT guitar there on the 4th floor.it was that exact guitar,i was thinking about buying it but decided not to and bought a few cds.
#17
swap the strings, and intonate and adjust the pickups.

if it stays in tune it's as good as any other starter. then buy a pedal for your amp and your set until you grow out of your rig.
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swap the strings, and intonate and adjust the pickups.

if it stays in tune it's as good as any other starter. then buy a pedal for your amp and your set until you grow out of your rig.

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#19
Quote by jj1565
swap the strings, and intonate and adjust the pickups.

if it stays in tune it's as good as any other starter. then buy a pedal for your amp and your set until you grow out of your rig.

im not interested in electric though, if its a good guitar ill play it and buy some rig, but im planning to buy an acoustic soon.
#20
doesnt matter, it's not worth selling and it's a guitar.

you might as well swap the strings and tune it. if you dont want to do that, i guess you could put christmas tree lights on it or something.


i'm saying, you have it, so make the most of it.

then save for an acoustic.
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#23
My friend has a Series-A Van Halen look-alike guitar (the one with stripes). It's a low end brand.
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#24
Wow, not many of those Series A things survived the 80s... it would make a cool project down the road despite not being worth much and probably made of plywood, particularly if you could get a really nice neck on it.