Shield your eyes from this ebay monstrosity!

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  1. Dumple Stilzkin

    Dumple Stilzkin Special needs member

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  2. eaeolian

    eaeolian Pictures of guitars I don't even own anymore! Super Moderator

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    Actually, I think it's the veneer that's crooked. Painted, you'd probably never know...but why oak?
     
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    SevenatoR Seven String Slinger

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    LOL. I'm surprised they didn't say something like: "The space the neck pickup once occupied now acts as a sound chamber, just like on guitars that cost 3 times as much!!!"

    Oak, indeed....wtf?
     
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    "THE GUITAR HAS BEEN REASSEMBLED, AND WORKED JUST AS IF IT WAS NEW, BUT IT HAS BEEN DISASSEMBLED AGAIN..."

    then I'm not buying it. Assemble the damn guitar.
     
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    Dodgy Oak inlay aside, it's an RG7420 in a nice UV1000 case. I'd say $150 is a good price for a project guitar. New pickup, paint job to hide the Oak and block the crap TRS bridge and you'd have a nice guitar.
     
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    Wow that stripe in the middle looks bad.
     

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