Is this repairable?

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Fluorescence
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Is this repairable?

Post by Fluorescence » May 12th, 2018, 8:35 pm

Was at a gig with the guitar sitting on its stand and someone has walked past and knocked it over and the volume knob has collapsed into the guitar.

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Re: Is this repairable?

Post by NoteBoat » May 13th, 2018, 2:34 am

A picture would help, because I have too many questions to imagine the damage.... is it an acoustic or semi-hollow body? Where is the knob mounted? etc.

But yeah, from your brief description it's probably repairable. The question is really whether it's cheaper to repair than replace.
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Re: Is this repairable?

Post by timtheshredder » November 16th, 2018, 9:02 pm

Post a pictures and we might be able to help a little more. Typically, I would say this is repairable, but it might not look that pretty depending on what type of guitar you have. Post a pic and I will have a little better idea of what you are working with.
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