Greetings all. First post. I've owned this guitar for a long time. I bought it in my teens, sold it in my 20's for way less than I should have (175), and got it back for the same price I sold it to the friend for a few years back in my 30's. I'm unhappy with a few parts of this guitar getting it back. There's a few splits on the paint (i think it's the paint? I haven't taken the neck off to really look, just worrysome) by the neck connection of the bolt-on. The neck is aftermarket - this guitar was dropped and the neck split nowhere near the headstock. (FML) I was like, 15 when it happened. I had no idea what to do and honestly, my parent was clueless as to what to do with a musical instrument. So we took it back to the place I bought it from (layway payments at a local music mom&pop store back in the 90's, now defunct) and they replaced the bolt-on with a brand-less neck. So I'm worried this paint split on the neck isn't just the paint. I haven't had the guitar in a decade and I really don't know what all it has been through. I realize now kind of why I sold it instead of trying to mess with it, since everywhere online I read says that 310's are bad. This one is Korean, made in 1998. That being said, I feel like I wasted the money. Maybe I can explain and get some advice on what I should do next? Should I look for a non epi-Gibson SG Shell and pull the electronics? Should I look for an epi/gibson authentic neck? At this point in my life, I maybe should just sell it put and put the money towards a full real gibson? What would you do? I'm not trying to spend 2k on a brand new 2021 model. Pics enclosed. The Gibson thing on the neck is a $1 vinyl sticker just so it wasn't completly blank. Thank you for your time.