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Epiphone les paul standard finish

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-11-27)
Price : US $101.01

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 Up for sale with no reserve is this beautiful epiphone les paul standard, that encountered a problem during shipping that resulted in its neck being broken. There are cracks on both sides of the neck directly below the headstock due to it being shipped upside down and poorly packaged. I tried to take a picture of one of the cracks on only one of the sides because they are both nearly identical, but difficult to picture. They run up along the fretboard (starting at the third fret and raising it up from the neck) and where the fretboard meets the nut, they begin to wrap around to the back of the neck. My friend tried to fix the guitar by gluing the fretboard back down to the neck as well as replacing the nut, and he succeeded to a certain extent. The guitar is playable, but the action had to be raised way up in order for the fret buzz to stop. There is also a loose connection in the guitar because when it is switched to the treble setting, often times nothing will happen, but sometimes it works fine. As I stated before, the guitar does play but it doesn't seem to stay in tune very well and it feels like playing an acoustic due to the raised action. This guitar is fixable because I have seen that people have had them fixed before, I have just lost too much money already on this guitar because of the shipping incident and not receiving any compensation. The finish on this guitar is absolutely beautiful and the body is big and solid, it seems much better than the ones that are being produced now in china, it seems more like a Gibson than an Epiphone. With the exception of the neck break and the wiring problem (only when flipped to treble

Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-11-27)

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