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Discussion in 'Other Epiphones' started by Who, Jul 3, 2016.
Holy crap, what a great job! How does it play?
Great job Who!
Really nice save, that guitar has a new lease on life thanks to you!
I am happy with the result.
As for how it plays.... it's a stock SG-400. So the pickups suck. (errr... I mean... they are not to my liking)
But, I'm giving it to my son-in-law (along with a Vox DA-5 amp) so he can do some fiddling around (thinking about learning guitar). Maybe someday he'll hand it down to my grandchildren.
Bravo! That's a top notch repair!
Dayum, I miss the like button..
There is a whole lotta LIKE in this thread!
Wasn't there a like button around here somewhere ?
Anyway, really great thread, thanks for taking the time document and to share it all with us.
Now go practice some windmills to test it.
Where is the like button when you need it?!?
Darn! I made this thread to help people who might try the same thing, AND TO GET "likes", 'cause I'm a like-whore.
Ceiling in basement too low. Windmills too painful.
I like this....
Great job Who.
Absolutely incredible! Showed my buddy who knows nothing about guitars (or tools lol) and even he was seriously impressed! hats off to you sir
Well done and thanks for the pics and instruction. (Like)
I've cased this up, with a nine-pack of strings, a capo, a tuner, a fistful of picks, and the Vox amp. The kit is on its way to NC, for my son-in-law to try his hand at guitar playing.
This SG is going to have a new chance at life. If my daughter doesn't hide it on him.
great thread to refer back to when i attempt this....
but with you grabbing all the cheap guitars, none of us can practice our skills !!
great job, i am on to your next thread....
I'll post links to the next broken-Epi CL ad I see.
Who am I kidding? I'll buy it before anyone gets a chance to see the posting! This is a fun hobby.