There's a Les Paul I'm interested in, but the original owner thought it would be a good idea to have Kid Rock and Hank Williams Jr. sign the body. Has anyone been successful at removing signatures from a guitar? Is it even possible?
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My favorite guitar among a pretty decent collection (Suhr, Fender, Gibson, PRS) is my Peavey Wolfgang. I absolutely love everything about it....tone, finish, neck, etc. I also have a Fender EVH but prefer the Peavey model.
I have been lusting after this guitar ever since reading this thread for the first time. Unfortunately I could not find any stores with it in stock.
Checking out craigslist list the other day and someone was selling one for $575. I offered $500 and we settled on $525. Funny thing is the guy...
I have a pretty unique guitar that I've been on the fence about selling. It's an ESP Eclipse hand-built as a custom order by John Gaudesi at ESP Custom Shop in California in 1999. 3 EMG's, Floyd Rose, trucker girl inlay, and one of the most beautiful quilt tops I've ever seen.
Blasphemy I tell ya! I have 2 Peavey Wolfgang's (HT & Floyd) and they are my favorite guitars ever. I would like to try an EVH Wolfgang to see how it compares, but I really can't see it getting much better than this.
You guys are killing me! :) I paid closer the upper-end of the ranges listed above a few years ago, and I thought I was getting a good deal at the time. Oh well! I might just throw it up on ebay one of these days and see what happens.
It does have a bolt-on neck. It's a great guitar, but...
I have a pretty rare USA Custom ESP Eclipse that doesn't get much play these days. I've considered letting it go, but it's so hard to put a value on it because there is not a lot of info out there. This one really is unlike any I've seen...beautiful quilt top, 3 EMG 81's, Floyd, trucker chic...