• NightwindKing

    Either way, other than the previous owner being bad at changing strings, I see no issue. If the price is right, I wouldn't let that factor into your decision on purchasing it. Granted, if he's that bad at set-ups, he could've messed something else up as well, lol.

    Awesome! Thanks guys!
    Yeah I asked him and he said it is just in the paint/lacquer and doesnt go into the body wood at all. He said it's from when his friend was setting-up the Floyd Rose and it snapped forward and hit the wood near the setting.

    I'm going to make him an offer this evening, so well see how it goes.

    On a side note: do you guys have any suggestions about either how to re-lacquer the crack or else where/how to find someone who could?

    • Pushead

      He said it's from when his friend was setting-up the Floyd Rose and it snapped forward and hit the wood near the setting.

      Booyah.

      On a side note: do you guys have any suggestions about either how to re-lacquer the crack or else where/how to find someone who could?

      Matching a satin finish is a rough task. Personally, I wouldn't worry about it, but you might consider using a normal pencil to color in the crack so it doesn't stand out as much.

      Otherwise, if you're planning on taking the guitar somewhere to be setup (I'm a bit wary of the intonation the guy has dialed in on the guitar), ask the guy there if he has any suggestions.


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