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1962 Guild M-20 [3.7 lbs] :: bridge reglue & top touch up

1962 Guild M-20 [3.7 lbs] :: bridge re-glue & top touch up

The combination of the Fishman magnetic sound hole pickup and drop DGDGBD, this guitar sounds incredible.  This player needed the bridge re-glue turned around quickly as he will be playing at a friend's wedding.

*Note the airplane in the photo.  My shop is south facing and right under Boston's Logan Airport flight path.  Sometimes when the sun is in the right position planes will eclipse the sun and almost blackout the shop.

Coincidentally the owner is stopping by tomorrow before he picks someone up at the airport.

 

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Refinishing :: back and sides on a classical

Refinishing :: back and sides on a classical.  The customer wants to keep the top French Polish and go with nitrocellulose lacquer on the back and sides for durability.  The back and sides are stripped here and ready for wash coat and subsequent filling of the pores.

Refinishing :: back and sides on a classical.  The customer wants to keep the top French Polish and go with nitrocellulose lacquer on the back and sides for durability.

The back and sides are stripped here and ready for wash coat and subsequent filling of the pores.

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