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neilharris

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Good morning ,personally If you Dont Care about repaired
Headstock/No CoA ...However $1800 I Feel is Overpriced Lmk
 

monty john

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headstocks are sturdier after repair if done right so no worries there.....1750?? sounds about right if the rest of the guitar is excellent.....
 

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I have an '87 reissue '61 Les Paul/SG, essentially a much older version of what you're looking at. If you like the feel of the guitar -- specifically the neck -- then I think it is a phenomenal instrument. I have several $$$ guitars, but my LP/SG is my absolute go-to. I rewored the controls "Frampton Style" to make good use of all 3, and the tones are exceptional (though mine has "Shaws" pickups, standard on this model then; yours are different). I think the price (the offer), given the break is on the high end of reasonable. Though the break is likely a non-issue if it really was repaired well (matching that white is hard and will change over time, so cross your fingers) but the seller usually takes a greater hit than this price reflects. It's personal, of course, but I think those guitars are awesome. I love mine.
 

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I have no problem with repaired headstocks, but ONLY if the price is lowered plenty.

They lowered the price a lot, but the original price was way too high, so I think 1860 is still way too high now.
 


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