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before i bet on this les paul, i would like to know if is something they can be fix. and if yes do you think the neck can be stay straigh for a long time or i will need to go every 6 month to the guitar tech

thank and sorry for me english(les paul 1992) but i don't know if is a studio or standard

 

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Wow, it looks like someone intentionally cut that portion out!!! I am sure with some work, I wanted to say little but it wont be, that should be able to be fixed. but a new piece of wood, would have to be fitted and glued into that hole, and then most likely jointed to the neck and to the head so it doesnt come back out. If you cant do the work yourself I would say it probably wouldnt be worth it, and a the bill from a Luthier to have that fixed might be scary.

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If you've got the broken out piece a competent luthier/shop should be able to fix it.

 

Without the broken out piece it's gonna be hard to fabricate that chunk and get the headstock on the correct angle - read time consuming and expensive. So in this case I'd look for another guitar.

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i got a reply from the seller he told me is a 1992 gibson les paul standard natural finish. if no body bet on this it will cost 500$ and i got at home old fake les paul. i can cut a piece on the neck if the neck have the same size.but if not the same size, what do you think about the price

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