Bobbo Posted August 25, 2003 Share Posted August 25, 2003 I recently repaired a 1961 Les Paul Jr. (shaped like an SG with a single P-90). It had the typical cracked neck behind the headstock. I repaired it for my nephew and it plays realy well and is in excellent condition otherwise. The repair came out good and is still noticable but not bad. Doesn't even have any fretwear. I assume the man he bought it from just put it in the closet after the neck was broken . My nephew asked me what the value of the guitar is now and I didn't know..I was wondering if anyone knows by what percentage a neck repair reduces the value of the guitar.. I thought maybe some of you have had experience with this problem. Any input would be appreciated so I could relay the info back to my nephew.. Thanks.....Bobbo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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