Discussion in 'eBay Deals' started by NitroSG, Oct 21, 2016.
61 reissue http://www.ebay.com/itm/302113599034
Might be a good candidate for a splint job
I would willing......but not for that price.
Wish I had the (mad) skills in 1987 I have now----- I tossed one out taht was in that shape back then.......thought it was "unfixable" stupid arse kid back then.......probably shouldnty have put the FLOYD on it ----hey IT WAS THE 80's BABY! SG shred fest ----till the car we where in was rear ended..........
man......thanks Nitro now I am depressed.
on a lighter note WTF dPaul?????
Sorry man, tried to show a pic of a splinted headstock, obviously something went wrong. Fixed it.
IT gave me a headache trying to read all that stuff-----I must say the story was interesting but the plot was weary ..................
Also for anyone wondering about my "Mad" skills ---they have NOTHING to do with repairing a broken headstock ...........
Shoot, I'm trying to save for another amp!
YOu HAVE Marshalls....WTF more do you need.............
A bigger, louder one.
Sooo tempted... Gonna watch the auction & see how far the bidding insanity goes.
That's a clean break, should be an easy & clean fix.
But no strings... Could be a deal breaker.
Not gonna be much meat left on this bone... Already over $400 with reserve not met...
For something you could only sell for $600 or so.
Nope, there is not much for the flipper here. There might be a great guitar, however.I think it is an easy fix, possibly requiring a splint,
but possibly not.
This one had a similar break.
$.02 worth of Elmer's glue was the cure.
That looks like a very clean break - an *easy* fix, but I think it's at the limit of its worth at $400. At $300 I'd be interested.
How does a splint job look after being refinished?
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