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  • NGD: Epiphone Stratocaster copy

    If you'd followed my last thread, you'd know that I went to pick up a guitar that was sort of an impulse buy.

    It's an Epiphone "Epi" ES-300 Strat copy. I bought it for $20. It needs some TLC for sure. I've already cleaned most of the body, but I need to take the whammy system off and clean it. It's filthy. There's numerous other things, but all 3 of the pickups and the five-way switch works. It's made in Korea and I have a serial no. on the plate where the bolts are for the bolt-on neck. It's got a maple fretboard, which is nice. My RG270 and American Strat have maple boards, too.

    Things it needs:
    New strings (Got a set of D'Addario XL Blues/Jazz .11's to go on it.)
    New nut (It's a plastic nut. I'm open to ideas on where to get an affordable nut. Any advice is welcome.)
    Some

    I'll take pictures of my own once it's all clean, but for now, I'll leave you guys with the Craigslist ad for pics.

    http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/for/4075042074.html

    GUITARS: 2004 American Standard Stratocaster, 1970's Hondo 740 Deluxe Mark II (Les Paul copy), 1994 Ibanez RG270 (Maple Neck/Turqoise), Kit-built Telecaster, 2007 Ibanez AW40NT, 1949 Harmony Sovereign<br><br><br>AMPS: Marshall MG100HDFX / Marshall 4x12 cab, Line 6 Spider 50W (Gen. 1), Crate KBA-10<br><br>PEDALS: Dunlop Original Cry Baby, Boss BD-2 (Blues Driver)

  • #2

    Sounds like a fun project.

    Enjoy 

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  • #3

    Cool!  congratulations!

    Two types of people you don't want to argue with.... geniuses and fools. .....it helps if you can tell the difference.

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