This M-20 has been in the shop multiple times now for bridge reglues. Seems it likes to fail yearly most likely due to the fact it is so thin in the wings. I am trying to hold off on replacing the bridge until the guitar needs a neck reset. But really I think the guitar is pissed I did this to it's brother.
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Family Heirloom :: 1965 Guild Mark I [3.0 lbs]
An all-mahogany (top too) Hoboken Guild classical in for a checkup. This a player's family heirloom that belonged to his father that unexpectedly passed away recently. He told me that this is the guitar that got him into playing when he was a kid. We opted to not fully clean the guitar, but only adjust the setup and lubricate the tuners. Unfortunately this has a low neck angle that could be reset (like this 1969 Mark III) in order to lower the action.
Shipping Damage & Bridge Re-glue :: 1971 Guild D25 Brown [4.2 lbs]
An all-mahogany Guild dreadnought that came in with significant shipping damage on the bass side. The side cracks were glued and the finish repaired to help hide the damage. We also found that the bridge was lifting and cracked through the pin holes, so it was removed, repaired and re-glued.