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Sticker in Epi Dot Worn Brown.

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I am thinking of purchasing Epiphone Dot Worn Brown.

Would there be any way of me being able to remove the sticker that can be seen through the top f hole, It doesn't look nice.

And what is the purpose of the sticker ?

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It's got the serial number on it for one thing. Might be harder to prove it's legit if you ever want to sell it or need to call on the warranty.

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First off, good call on the dot studio. I own one in the sunburst and I've kept it completely stock, the pickups are better than I had expected. (I do wanna sell it and trade up to a cherry dot though, I just like the way those look better)

 

And yeah, that sticker is annoying but short of painting over it (which i considered but never did) there isn't much you can do about it.

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let it ride......stickers/labels in the F- hole have been around for hundreds of years, I think their cool. Just think how interesting the guitar will be in years to come with the original sticker intact. Its a very important part of that particular guitars identity.

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my Dot SE says so on the internal sticker .Thats its ID in a sense ,other than the serial number of course .At a wild stab I suppose Gibsons ES series were Electro Spanish and most Spanish guitars have a paper sticker inside .I would leave it in there .Its part of the guitar .

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