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Why dont the g400's have cream neck biinding?

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I hope that im not the only one who is bothered by this. perhaps i would have kept mine if it actually did though. idk just my 2 cents

 

Peace,

Sinful Bane

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The Vintage G400s do have binding...at least the ones I've seen.

 

really? hmm how r they different from the original?

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They're cheaper and they have a "worn" brown or cherry finish.

SG_6215.jpg

Note the flat finish instead of the shiny Poly finish.

Just noticed that you can also see the cream binding on there.

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They're cheaper and they have a "worn" brown or cherry finish.

SG_6215.jpg

Note the flat finish instead of the shiny Poly finish.

 

well tahts rpetty kewl. do u think getting one would be worth it?

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well tahts rpetty kewl. do u think getting one would be worth it?

They're pretty much the Standard G-400 at a reduced price. Many people buy them for a cheap mod guitar. I personally don't like the finish too much, but if you can get past it, it's a great guitar.

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They're pretty much the Standard G-400 at a reduced price. Many people buy them for a cheap mod guitar. I personally don't like the finish too much' date=' but if you can get past it, it's a great guitar.[/quote']

 

oh kewl. Ill probly check one out. thanks man

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