#1
My Jackson's seen cleaner times, i can never get the action perfect always some buzz on the thick E string at the 1st fret], and its not grounded properly. Its also got a fair few dings and scatches on it. I asked the shop and they said they can clean it up and look at the wiring for me at this price.

So is it worth £40 [$70ish] to get a complete setup on it?
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Gear:
Jackson RR3
Epiphone Les Paul Custom
Stagg C 442
Randall RG100G3 plus combo
Roland Cube 30X
TS9 Tubescreamer
#2
That's the average price for a complete setup. So...yes. Unless you don't like the guitar, and think it's not worth spending $70 on.
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#3
wow $70.00 really?
I've been doing my own for so long I didn't know how much it was to have one set up. Damn!
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#4
ive been getting on fine for a year, but as a birthday treat i thought id get it done good and proper, also i was never very good at soldering.
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Gear:
Jackson RR3
Epiphone Les Paul Custom
Stagg C 442
Randall RG100G3 plus combo
Roland Cube 30X
TS9 Tubescreamer
#5
trust me if you like your guitar its worth it. i had it done though for abt $45 but i started playing 4 3hrs a day after that after a brief break from guitar playing (i cant believe i stopped playing)