VAMPIRE SG WITH EMGS ARE SELLING AROUND $450 NEW
VAMPIRE SG USED SHOULD BRING AROUND $250 - $300
VAMPIRE SG WITHOUT THE EMGS IS PRETTY MUCH WORTHLESS UNLESS YOU FIND SOMEONE WHO LIKES THE ART BUT WANTS PASSIVES.
First thing I would do, if you have not tried this already, is raise the pickups close to the strings - That will give you a lot more output. Also you can raise and lower the individual pickup screws to......MORE »
Our friends over at EMG Pickups are hosting a giveaway that you're going to want to know about. It's open worldwide, and has one sweet grand prize:• An LTD Vintage-214 bass with EMG PJX pickups• An Ampeg......MORE »
Here's the same advice I gave you a few months ago when you asked about this:
I always come off as a jerk when people ask about upgrading inexpensive guitars, but it's honest advice:Don't buy pickups, save the money......MORE »
More than likely. ESP's white has varied over the years, some (especially the matte white) start turning very quickly and very dramatically. Some of the snow whites change very slightly over the years. Odds......MORE »
Agree pic 1 is a minor defect , pic 2 and pic 3 are fairly typical, I think you are making to big a deal of it.
If you look carefully very few guitars are perfect.
The only guitars I can't find......MORE »
By my estimation, you're making a big deal about nothing. The finish line in photo 2 is normal (in my experience) with guitars that have neck-through, non-finished necks. Here's my old Carvin:
Photo 3......MORE »
I live in the US in Virginia, My wife is from the UK, I spent a lot of time over there before she moved here.
I have from time to time considered buying ESP Models that were not available in the US market......MORE »
I looked that up on the uk government website, you are correct about the VAT, under the uk's duty relief act a retailer does not have to collect VAT if they can prove the item left the UK and EU,