#1
Ok long story short
There's a Gibson sg special in ebony finish and its for sale for $599 usd
Its used..badly
There's 4 or 5 paint cracks where the volume and tone controls are (they go all around the body) and it looks like 1 or 2 wood cracks
Also. Occasionally the bridge pickup crackles and stops working so you gotta hit the guitar to make it work again hahaha
Anywho,
They agreed to give it to me for 500 even and how much would it cost to fix all those problems?
Well can it ever look like new again? Lol
Thanks guys
#2
refinishing the guitar would cost hundreds.

fixing the wiring would be $15 for a new soldering iron, maybe $10 more for a switch.
unless you bring it in, then maybe $45 or more.
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#3
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refinishing the guitar would cost hundreds.

fixing the wiring would be $15 for a new soldering iron, maybe $10 more for a switch.
unless you bring it in, then maybe $45 or more.

+1 unles you can do most of the work yourself, labor costs will rack up quite a large sum of money.
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#4
I think it might be cheaper to just buy a non killed used one.
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#6
So if I bought the guitar for 400 bucks and could a guitar repairer almost completely fix the cracking wood and paint problem?
Like I don't really care about a line in the paint from fixing
I just don't want the wood to split
#7
Why not just buy a guitar that can actually be played?


If not, dont buy for more than $300. You could get LOADS better guitars for $500, and fixing it would cost >$100.