Classical neck reset :: Late '60s Guild Mark III
Here I'm steaming apart a Guild classical to reset the neck for more pitch over the bridge. Normally you don't easily reset a traditionally built classical guitar as the neck and the neckblock are one continuous piece. Luckily this Guild neck joint has a steel-string style dovetail that comes apart quite easily once you score the finish around the joint. Note that Guilds have the finish applied after the neck is joined to the body so you need to cut through the finish in order to cleanly separate the two. Touching up the finish is usually required.
The bridge needed to be removed as seen here.