Ever since I had seen Jackson guitars with eerie dess swirl paint jobs I knew I had to have one. After a few years I finally bought one on ebay, knowing I was basically buying it for the paint job considering I already had a few better guitars. I paid more than I should for it and never really played it. It looks nice on my wall.
After finally restringing and fine tuning it noticed it doesn’t play that well, sound that great, or feel that good. Worst of all the I don’t like the placement of the volume knob.
I’ve decided I might as well sell it and break off my compulsive hoarding of material possessions. 5 years ago
This guitar is a product of shitty craftsman ship. I wish I never bought it. Even with my lack of income right now I wish I had paid 3000 for a good guitar than waste 850 on this one.
While I was tuning it today a zither tuning pin sunk into the body and I cannot retrieve even with pliers. The zither (super treble) nut came loose when this happened. Now I must make a hole in side of the guitar to access the tuning peg. 5 years ago
First off I have 4 guitars that need a fresh set of strings.
I want to install a drop D tuner on 3 guitars.
At least 2 guitars need a good truss rod adjustment.
1 guitar needs a new bridge and nut, both hand carved.
2 Guitars need a new set of pick ups installed.
2 Guitars need electronic work done.
My harp guitar need to be tuned and with 21 string it’s a pretty big job since electronic tuners don’t register the high notes.
And some good news 3 guitars are fine just the way the are. 5 years ago